Article by John McManus

Is the blurring of commercial and residential design an accident? That stark clean line, that mindfully day-lit expanse, that blend of stone, wood, glass, and metal that we've found new ways to warm and add drama to and engage with, directly or as a backdrop. Commercial design and architecture have taught residential spaces ways to eliminate the obvious to make room for the meaningful, like light, like flow of space, like physical and suggested linkages between in- and outdoors.

Home and office and hotel and bar and cafe are now an holistic orbit of user interfaces, user experiences, and user stories. That may have started with the modern era's most macro of trends: women joining the workforce outside.

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