I recently had the pleasure of flying business-class to Asia. Not my usual segment, I should say. Which is why I was fascinated by just how joined-up and considered the experience is from start to finish. 

A key part of the journey is, in fact, static: the lounge. With air traffic, for better or for worse, set to continue its seemingly indomitable rise (a record 40 million flights are predicated for 2019), individual airports are keen to maintain their competitive edge, attracting customers with sophisticated and thoughtful interior-architectural schemes that let the discerning traveller know they've arrived.
Simon Keane-Cowell, Editor-in-Chief
  Feature  
Sky's the limit: new airport lounges fly high
Photo: Felipe Ribon
In-air travel might have lost some of its lustre, but newly designed airport lounges are changing the course with ultra-modern and luxurious settings that invite travellers to unwind or keep working in total comfort.
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Innovative exhibition: the „Disruptive Materials“ Piazza at interzum 2019
Designers are increasingly addressing the scarcity of resources. A special event area at interzum 2019 will demonstrate how a return to closed-loop material cycles could transform the world of design.
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  Feature  
Parking for the people: new car parks
Photo: Ben Benschneider
With design concepts integrating environmental factors, multi-use function and strong aesthetics, today’s car parks are bringing man and machine into better coexistence.
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  Brand Stories  
HUE AND CRY: ISH 2019 GOES FULL-COLOUR

ISH, the world's leading trade fair for the sanitary, heating and air-conditioning industry, is taking place in Frankfurt from 11 to 15 March.

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THREADS WITH ATTITUDE: HEIMTEXTIL

This past January, Frankfurt's HEIMTEXTIL, the largest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, exceeded all expectations with its new, optimised concept.

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MAKING WAVES: GROHE'S INNOVATIONS FOR 2019

With a commitment to sustainability, design quality and smart technology, the leading global brand GROHE introduces new product innovations that offer users even more choice and control.
 

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DEEP-SEATED QUALITY: COR

The quality of its furniture is down to one simple factor: COR takes its time! And that applies just as much to the development of new models as to their production by experienced hands.

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ME TIME:
MARTELA PODBOOTH

With the PodBooth Finnish office furniture manufacturer MARTELA brings more peace, balance and productivity into the office.

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THE KITCHEN AS LIVING SPACE: BULTHAUP

For 70 years, BULTHAUP has been developing kitchens designed for people – and creating living spaces where they can get together and communicate.
 

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A SOLID ALLY:
PHOS

German premium manufacturer PHOS defies the volatility of short-lived trends with their truly long-lasting, highly durable and aesthetically designed architectural products made of stainless steel.

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TLMAG: STEPHEN BURKS MAN MADE

Stephen Burks speaks about his relationship with Africa, working with African artisans, and the evolution of his practice.
 

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  Project  
Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station by Grimshaw Architects
Photo: Shai Gil
Grimshaw Architects' design for the Toronto area Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Station is underpinned by a desire to bring daylight deep inside; an idea brought further by Paul Raff's ceiling installation that utilises mirrored surfaces to redirect light and create a constantly kinetic environment activated by station users.
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Airports
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Benthem Crouwel Architects
Founded in 1979, Benthem Crouwel Architects is an international multidisciplinary architectural firm with offices in the Netherlands and Germany. Creating innovative, flexible and efficient designs that meet high standards and complex user requirements, their field of work extends from public buildings to infrastructural projects and urban master plans. For decades they have been involved in major transportation projects, such as Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and several recently completed rail stations in the Netherlands.
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Modular seating elements
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Transport
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  Events  

March 2019
Futurebuild, London, UK
5–7 March 2019
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Design Shanghai, Shanghai, CN​
6–9 March 2019
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ISH, Frankfurt am Main, DE​
11–15 March 2019
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