Rethinking Hospital spaces through Nextatlas trends. An innovative approach for architecture and interior design.
From Malaysia to rural America to contemporary catwalks, Gingham is a pattern laden with nostalgia that keeps covering our bodies and decorating our homes. Why is it so?
How do Millennials drink?
The Generation Clean that is all about smart drinking.
They’re not getting wasted on alcohol for fun or as rite of passage but wait for a special occasion or for the right setting to – responsibly- indulge.
We are surrounded by representations of animals. Why? And above all, why do we put animals on the net that are different from those in our imagination?
What’s left of the spirituality that informed the tech industry in the Eighties? Quite a lot, even if sometimes in disguise, we’ve been keeping an eye on what is happening.
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From ancient Egypt to New York’s Museum of Ice Cream: temporary stores and roadside attractions to entertain and sell. The future will bring some fun starting with the fashion and food industries.
Is fugly the new normal? It seems that dressing like a Disneyworld going 1995 dad is what we love to hate but share (online) and like. Shameless authenticity if highly appreciated, fashion brands have been building on it. We saw it was going to happen 5 years ago.
In the end, it’s a fugly business.
Old age is challenging, but it’s the good flavor of challenge. Baby Boomers still have a lot to say and show: hey have given origin to new styles in aesthetics and consumption: they are a paradigm that brands should be prepared to face.
Playing with our appearance: new make-up lines offer teenagers with the means to beh authentic and be freshly fun. Nextatlas trends picked up on this 4 years ago, Crayola has figured it out and launched crayon styled make-ups this june.