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When it comes to public and private bathroom trends, styles and choices can provide a unique experience for guests. Product design can reflect niche cultural interests while offering a feel-good, clean environment for adults and kids alike. Perhaps kids fight going to the bathroom because they’re not kid-friendly?...

Seph Lawless is a self-proclaimed “artivist,” an artist who’s also an activist. As a photographer he dares to enter abandoned spaces, lots and even restricted areas to capture the neglected, crumbling, rotting reality of the lands and communities of the United States. During the event Dwell on Design, Lawless gave a...

Milan 2018—The Brera Design District reflected the design-tech trend seen elsewhere in the city and at the Salone del Mobile, while offering a historical teaser. Its name originates from the Medieval Italian word braida or brera, meaning a land expanse either cleared of trees or naturally lacking them. One of the...

Studies show that design promotes patient recovery and health tourism, but the question is: Can we now finally see a development in how our hospitals are being designed and built?   The health tourism trend calls for interiors that mimic the room of a luxury hotel. Hospitals responding to this trend have patient rooms...

To commemorate the Stockholm Design Week, Danish furniture manufacturer Carl Hansen & Søn takes us on a journey through the Scandinavian design movement.   Founded in 1908 as a woodworking shop, Carl Hansen & Søn has long symbolized quality and craftsmanship in Scandinavian design. A breath-taking list of Danish masters...

Cars line the streets of a typical urban setting, bumper to bumper, squeezed to the brim. Schools have reached their pupil population limit and some children have to transfer. One thought comes to mind: there are too many people. It is not on the radar for the numbers to go down. In fact, the population is expected to...

How do you create a local design culture from scratch? For cultural players in the United Arab Emirates, the answer was two-part: launch creative outlets and build a design district. This systematic approach was wildly successful. In five short years, the Arabian Peninsula nation has made its creative economy a force...

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Switch Abu Dhabi is the restaurant brand’s second collaboration with distinctive contemporary designer Karim Rashid, the first being Switch Dubai in 2009. The Abu Dhabi location opened in June 2017 and features curving white ceilings and lots of natural light. ArchiExpo e-Magazine spoke with Rashid about designing the...

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European furniture and lighting manufacturers break through the challenges of culture and methodical procedures to bring their products to the Middle East. What route did they take to succeed?   Over the last decade, the Middle East has developed a booming design culture, encouraging an influx of western designers in...

The lively, luxurious and ultramodern city of Dubai will once again house a world’s first: the Wasl Tower. Construction began in 2016 and, once completed, it will become the world’s tallest building to feature a ceramic facade, reaching 300 meters high. Commissioned by the Wasl Asset Management Group, UNStudio...

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