The coronavirus pandemic redefines urban space as we know it. Will our cities never be the same again, or are we going back to business as soon as this is over?
Cyclists are increasingly dominating the streets in Paris. To everyone's surprise, the French capital has changed in a few years from a car city to a bicycle city. But how did this happen?
The Cost Plus Virtual Store lets customers browse digitally through a 360° retail environment.
An augmented reality exhibition along the River Thames transforms London’s public space into a COVID-proof digital museum.
As we are forced to spend most of our existence at home, startups are coming up with smart solutions to make our spaces more flexible and multi-purpose.
WFH is here to stay. London-based architecture studio Boano Prišmontas have built a flat pack home office for your back garden.
Have you ever dreamt of living on a tropical island, going to the beach every morning and exploring its beautiful nature, without losing your job? Well, now that can be your reality. Barbados is offering a 12-month visa for remote workers.
COVID-19 forces hotels around the world to find new solutions to stay in business. We selected three examples of how hotels reinvent themselves by making a shift towards housing.
The Proxemy Bubble is a wearable that allows you to maintain safe distance from other people during COVID-19.
New navigation tools show how our interaction and valuation of urban spaces is changing as a result of COVID-19 and social distancing.
Tenino, a small town in Washington state, is printing its own currency to help local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A collaboration between H&M and graphic design school Shillington Education featured the works of recent graduates at the busiest shopping street in Europe.
Rotterdam is taking its businesses outside with terraces in street parking spaces to allow enterprises to offer their services in a safe, socially distant setting.