Sustainable eating, breath therapy, sober bars.

–Yves Behar has announced plans to create a 3-D printed neighborhood as a new solution for vulnerable communities. Via Dezeen.

–The dystopian installation Wellness Center at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit invites visitors to “detox inside artwork,” says Wallpaper.

Future Food Today is a new cookbook for sustainable eating that offers recipes using “future foods” like microalgae and mealworms, writes Fast Company.

The Guardian describes how breathing workshops are gaining popularity as a way to release anxiety.

–With dry lifestyles on the rise, alcohol-free bars like the new Getaway in Brooklyn, NY are cropping up, reveals BBC.

–Dazed Media has unveiled a new sustainability platform geared towards gen Z climate activists. Via WWD.

Wired explores how digital banking is shaking up the financial sector with a wave of new products and features.

–Target is launching Versed, a new affordable, non-toxic skincare line from Who What Wear that was developed based on consumer insights, Fast Company reports.

–Spotify is testing “an Instagram-style stories feature” that would allow artists to share the meaning or inspiration behind their songs, Techradar reveals.

The Wall Street Journal explores how the smart airplane cabin is turning the skies into the next frontier for data privacy.

The New York Times explains how spending too much time on our phones may be threatening long-term health.