The facades take the protagonism in retail design
Innovations in digital signage and shop window designs are no longer enough to capture customer attention. The new trends go through anamorphic and kinetic illusion facades.In the context of the post-coronavirus pandemic, the streets are once again heavily populated with consumers. Physical stores, which have suddenly had to adapt to new forms of leisure and commerce, face a challenge: attracting a clientele that is increasingly betting on online channels to make their purchases.
What will the offices be like in the future? Interior design trends for tomorrow’s office design
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.
Past, present and future of hospital design
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.
Biophilic design principles applied in retail design
The reconnection between urban spaces and nature is a trend that, in the design and retail industry, is here to stay.
Holistic retail design
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.