Whether it’s creating Europe’s first underwater restaurant, building an entire eatery out of cardboard or pioneering a new paradigm for seating arrangements, restaurant designers are breaking new ground.
The way we work is evolving at breakneck speed. From female-focused amenities to new kinds of seating that allow workers to switch from lounging to perfect posture without a hitch, designers are rising to the challenge of creating offices that fit today’s needs.
A determination to buck the sterile atmosphere long associated with medical-grade areas is spurring designers to transform health care facilities into spaces that are modern, playful and surprisingly beautiful.
Designers are exploring how to create passenger experiences that are more private and personalized, from legroom-enhancing seat recliners to bespoke baby bassinets. Plus, here’s what to know when your high-flying clients ask you to design their private jets.
Tastes on the open seas are shifting to favor minimalist decor over the ornate, interest in sustainability is slowly growing, and designers report that yacht owners are adding more bells and whistles to their floating residences than in their real homes.