About this time last year, NAME architecture began to think about the future of social interactions in hospitality environments. How could design overcome the disconnect that technology has created and help strengthen the opportunities for real life social connection between patrons and customers? 'Our work coincided with the annual Sleep and Eat event and our response looked at encouraging social interactions whilst still allowing for some choice and flexibility about where or how you might sit in relation to others.'
Find out more about the 'Where do you sit' interior concept in the document below.
This article is from Sleep and Eat | Sleep & Eat 2020 will celebrate 15 years of bringing the entire hospitality supply chain together.
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