Wellbeing and sustainability are two words making waves within all fields of design; whether it be interior design, architecture, graphics and illustration or the fashion industry. Beyond their meaning, these two words are building a generation of designers that not only put the environment first but also the end user’s wellbeing.
The workplace has witnessed the most significant wellbeing- and sustainability-focused sea change with regards to interior design; primarily due to a proven increase in productivity and a peak in concentration levels. In this month’s issue, we’ve talked to Interior Designer and Co-Founder of Uncommon, Tania Adir, about how the industry will move forward to provide adequate places of work for the next generation to flood our offices. Tania’s business, Uncommon, is the epitome of next-generation workplaces with its coworking ethos and wellbeing-first interior to support its users. Turn to page 65 to read up on Tania’s forecast on the future of workplace design and how we can meet the needs of Generation Z.
Elsewhere in this issue, we’ve listed the latest designs from the high-end interior marketplace to follow Pantone’s ‘Color of the Year’. For an abundance of ‘Classic Blue’ statement accessories for residential and commercial schemes, turn to page 32.
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