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In Aarhus (Denmark), urbanization is getting stronger and stronger, and the need for new urban areas leads to use former industrial areas. To ensure the old and the new match better, the community of this former railroad industrial district has partnered with the AART design studio, following the suggestion of the non-profit organization Givisme. Together they have imagined and actually created  a pop-up village made of old train carriages, providing several activities,… Lire la Suite

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In an hotel, obviously… But not in any hotel. In a world (in)famous one, just re-opened after a major makeover.

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This new economy hotel brand has decided to use all the experience spaces and codes of cool hostel brands. Discover the New York Pods.

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In Singapore, we discovered the new evolution in Food courts: the Food Mall.

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Old Europe is so sexy when it blends history and contemporary living. Here is another great example.

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A place for prescriptions, for sure. But not the kind you might think of. Check it out.

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Tradition or innovation ? This place is a perfect mix between both. Check it out.

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A great idea, demonstrating how old and new, how recylcing and innovating can go together !

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When a NY landmark gets a makeover, the risk is high. But this one won our heart.

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A design gallery, a brand new high-tech company headquarter ? Not at all. This is an amazing renovation in China. Check it out.

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