The focus is still on interiors, the interior of architecture in Germany and abroad. In addition to residential buildings, the range of topics covered in the reporting has expanded to include current construction tasks such as offices, shopfitting and trade fair construction, public buildings, gastronomy, healthcare facilities as well as banks and authorities. After 125 years, AIT is fresher and more up-to-date than ever!
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Deceleration and relaxation, healing and regeneration are more important than ever for an increasingly ageing population. It is no longer a secret that well-designed interiors can make a decisive contribution to this. In our November issue on “Health and Wellness”, we have put together exemplary interiors designed to relieve people (and animals) of the fear of medical treatment, promote recovery and facilitate prevention through sport and exercise. From the exclusive Skin and Laser Centre in Eichstätt to a low-budget Therapy Centre in Ljubljana and the latest leisure pool in Offenburg to the robust veterinary clinic in South Korea, the numerous project examples provide just as many inspirations for the design task related to health and wellness.