Japanese are world-known for their capacity in optimizing tiny spaces. Here is another amazing example.
Can a garage be luxurious ? Check it out.
What would be the best usage for a former Opium factory ?Check it out.
Is this art ? Yes. But this is also a supermarket. Check it out.
Catégorie: Cultural place/ Lieu culturel, Ephemeral experiences / Experiences éphémères, Experiences, Marque-aka-Brand, Quizz Étiquettes : art, arty, éphémère, caddie, carte noire, cocktail bar, coloré, colorful, graphs, illusion, installations, morphing, pop-up, supermarché, supermarket, tags, transformation
This new economy hotel brand has decided to use all the experience spaces and codes of cool hostel brands. Discover the New York Pods.
Cheap can be fun ! And when Japanese work on it, it also becomes a great retail experience.
Living where you work, working where you live… Is this our future life ?
Catégorie: DIY experiences / Bonnes idées à mettre en place, Experiences, Hospitality / Hôtellerie, Housing / Lieux de vie, Innovative Places, Nouvelle société/ New society, Trends, Working places / Lieux de travail Étiquettes : apartment, appartement, co-living, co-working, communauté, community, creative community, etudiants, furnished apartment, jeunes actifs, meuble, students, vie partagée, young workers
How to sell more desserts? This is a question all F&B ask themselves everyday. Here is a great idea discovered in Singapore.
The ultimate client service: How to allow a 21st century guest to visit cities, always connected.
Catégorie: DIY experiences / Bonnes idées à mettre en place, Experiences, Hospitality / Hôtellerie, Nouvelle société/ New society, Trend trip Étiquettes : appels gratuits, client service, connection, connexion, free calls, guest service, handy, hospitality, hotel, innovation, service, service innovation, smartphone, wi-fi, wireless