Financial therapists, cannabis consultants, New York Times TV.

–Ikea’s Space10 has proposed a new subscription-based housing model with communal facilities, a progressive ownership model and shared transportation, Dezeen reveals.

i-D profiles six creatives working to make the self-care industry more inclusive of those with marginalized health needs.

Fast Company explores financial therapy and the connection between between financial health and mental health.

Vice explores the burgeoning high-end cannabis market featuring services like cannabis consultants and heirloom weed.

–New York Times is branching into television with a new docuseries highlighting journalists and their work, Adweek announces.

Wired introduces a wellness startup that is using light and music to replicate psychedelic therapy.

–Nestle is getting in on the meatless burger market with the ‘Awesome Burger’ hitting plates this fall. Via Food & Wine.

–A Tory Birch alumn unveiled a line of luxury connected handbags this week, which can be programmed to do everything from calling an Uber to playing music, says Fast Company.

–Sephora plans to close all of its stores for a company-wide diversity training, BBC reports.

–Apple is doubling down on health initiatives with its latest Apple Watch update, which includes a suite of health features like fertility tracking and ambient noise monitoring to help protect users’ hearing, writes The Verge.

Dazed explores how the lines between art and technology are blurring, thanks to Russian researchers bringing Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa to life with deepfake technology.

Main image made by EFFEKT Architects for SPACE10.