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Wellbeing is the name of the game in our February 2018 issue: how can architecture and interior design support it? And how important should it be in designing spaces? We take a look at a range of projects, from CF Møller’s unusual maximum-security prison in Denmark to Airbnb’s new San Francisco HQ and Nordic — Office of Architecture’s ‘stress-free’ Oslo airport. Meanwhile, our cover star is Ole Scheeren’s Guardian Art Center in Beijing — and we catch up with the architect to hear his plans for the future. We also have Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble share their curated diary, head inside Foster + Partners’ ‘bronzed and breathing’ Bloomberg HQ in London and take a walk around Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s ambitious Zaryadye Park in Moscow.