A Wellness Club That Lets Foresee The Future

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When you think of a wellness club ,soft, down-to-earth aesthetics might come to your mind. However, why not change the perception of what wellness is anyhow as we try to transmit in our recently published trend report The New Care Economy. If the understanding of care and wellness changes, why not its design?   Mingzhe Water Spiritual Realm Health Club is located …

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The New Care Economy – Our Wellbeing Trend Report

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Our latest wellbeing trend package, The New Care Economy is published. Ten months of research have come to an end, and we are thrilled to present to you what we've been working on. In recent months, you have heard us talk about a shifting consciousness of Care and Wellness that has entered every corner of our lives, inside and outside our homes …

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The Lifestyle Trend Theme Your Are Most Interested In Is…

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We got the results on The Lifestyle Trend Theme You Are Most Interested In reflecting the interest that's most relevant to our readers and their businesses. Thank you so much for all your participation in which trend report you would like us to publish first. We appreciate your input very much. It's been a tight race, and to our surprise, all …

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Which Trend Report Would You Like Us To Publish First?

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Can we get your help? Which Trend Report would you like us to publish first? Here, at Eclectic Trends, we work with three Mega Trends: Health/Wellbeing, Nature As A Muse/Sustainability, and Urbanization. I've given a few non-public trend lectures in the past 4 months on the new topics. Now, we will bring the trend research available as digital trend books.Evert report …

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Humanizing Public Design in Foster& Partners Hospital Project In Cairo

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Our home is our safe harbor, and we do not want to compromise on that feeling when stepping outdoors. Public spaces such as hospitals, airports, education facilities, or convention centers will undergo a long-due makeover offering a homely, more meaningful, and less anonymous layout. Humanizing public design needs to be on private and public agendas, and a thoughtful example of …

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