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News, trends and marketing in retail

New ways of working will give way to renovated offices where the employee is the center of attention. Flexibility, coexistence, interrelationships, leisure and interconnection technologies are not negotiable.

Going to the office is no longer an obligation. One of the most visible direct consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic is the promotion of teleworking. One fact, added to the high cost of housing in large cities, and the desire to avoid long and tedious journeys, will change the design of offices forever.

From desire and longing to reality. China has been the dream corner for book lovers for years.

Several of the best bookstores in the world are in the Asian country, which has bet very strongly on this type of establishment. Cities in all the cardinal points of the most populated country in the world have been inaugurating, year after year, numerous futuristic libraries… but based on tradition and its history.

Hospital design plays a critical role in providing high-quality, cost-effective facilities for any healthcare system. That’s why it is so important to understand how hospitals are designed and the influence of architecture on people's health.

Holistic retail design is the sector's commitment to reconfigure purchases by introducing common strategies and improving retail experiences. This trend ranges from the points of contact between loyal, temporary and digital customers with the brand and the products on offer, placing the emphasis not only on what but on how.

In recent years we have seen several phenomena emerge strongly. On the one hand, the negative, the consequences of climate change continue to increase. International initiatives such as the Paris Agreement or the Sustainable Development Goals intend to put a stop to it before 2030, but everything remains to be seen.

In decoration, in styling, in architecture ... In many sectors it has always been said that less is more. Something that also happens, of course, in the world of retail design. And it is that for years we have seen how in commercial interior design there is a minimalist and exhibiting trend that turns the establishments into authentic masterpieces, as if we were in an art gallery, thus also offering a better shopping experience.

Everything, absolutely everything in our day-to-day lives has a social and environmental impact: from the clothes we wear to the midday meal or the training session in the afternoon. The only way to continue living life as we know it today is through sustainability. For this reason, more and more companies and businesses have zero emissions objectives and are committed to incorporating circular retail design in the interior design of their commercial establishments.