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Modular Cafe in Beijing

love the bookshelves and the plants. An upgrade from the common ikea bookcase. penda home cafes beijing china designboom

Can Virtual Stores Make Shopping More Sustainable?  Online shopping is starting to collide with the physical world. In Korea, a supermarket chain designed a new shopping experience for subway riders: while they waited on the platform, commuters could look at giant images of store shelves, order items through their phone, and set delivery to happen when they got home from the train. In the photo above, what look like shelves are just photographs with QR codes on the walls of the subway…

tesco homeplus opened a virtual grocery store in a south korea subway station, where users shop by scanning QR codes on their smartphones then have the products delivered to their home later that day!

Shoppers will soon have their weekly shop taken to a whole new level of fun as Tesco takes a leap forward in revolutionising the shopping experience with the introduction of trampoline inspired bouncy aisles, which will help people reach the top shelves more easily. Lucy Mecklenburgh, ex-TOWIE favourite and star of the BBC's gymnastics show Tumble, has worked with the supermarket to help develop and quality test the bouncy aisles, as well as providing trampoline training to Tesco colleagues.

April Fools' Day 2015: The best spoofs and pranks, in pictures

Tesco takes a leap forward in revolutionising the shopping experience with the introduction of trampoline inspired bouncy aisles, which will help people reach the top shelves more easily.

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