Articles tagged Frame 113


Brunoir and Java Architecture give Nuun a jewellery box

PARIS – Middle Eastern influences meet French aesthetics for Nuun Jewels' first showroom. 


Liz West’s first permanent installation responds to its neoclassical site

BURYFrame’s One Artist, One Material in issue 113, Manchester-based Liz West puts her signature material – light – to work in her first permanent installation. 


Samsung's IFA booth signals a shift towards more experiential trade show presentations

BERLIN – This autumn, MDLab // Cheil Germany collaborated with Samsung for IFA 2016 to create memorable moments to spur visitor engagement.


The Design Museum's designer in residence, Rain Wu, uses food as a storytelling device

LONDON – Taiwanese architect Rain Wu teamed up with designer Shikai Tseng and chef Chung-Ho Tsai to create Eataipei, an experimental culinary experience consisting of five dishes that feed both …


Room Mate Hotels' Milanese digs have a local touch, courtesy of Patricia Urquiola

MILAN – International hospitality chain Room Mate Hotels opens its 22nd and perhaps most enviable location yet in a renovated late 19th-century building just across from the Galleria Vittorio …


Retro camping gear informs Christian Heikoop's easy-to-assemble seating collection

EINDHOVEN – In collaboration with Ecco Leather, Christian Heikoop brings the spirit of the great outdoors to the humble derriere with Glissade, which the DAE graduate describes as a …


Focusing on light, designers combine novel aesthetics with practical mechanics

EINDHOVEN – Light is a subject of investigation for young designers who enjoy exploring the distinction between the functional and aesthetic qualities of luminous objects


Laufen outfits London’s Battersea Power Station with bespoke bathroom pods

LONDON – Swiss sanitary brand Laufen scales up to outfit Phase 1 of London’s Battersea Power Station with 1242 bespoke bathroom pods. 


Julien Baiamonte's rotating installation creates a ghostly soundscape

GENEVA – Trained in graphic design at HEAD Genève, Julien Baiamonte seeks to bridge the gap between the rational and irrational in his work.


Dimore Studio inserts an aesthetically uncensored fashion boutique into a 17th-century palazzo

TURIN - In today’s retail world, it seems there’s only room for a future that embraces bricks-and-mortar blurred with e-commerce, next-gen technology, and ramped-up, rock-star special effects. 


Haegue Yang’s symphony of blinds rises through the vast foyer of Paris’s Centre Pompidou

PARIS – To celebrate France-Korea Year 2015-2016, the Centre Pompidou in Paris invited South Korean artist Haegue Yang to make a site-specific installation to be shown in the Forum, which doubles …


Mirrors by Fernando Mastrangelo seem to have risen from inner earth

Brooklyn-based Fernando Mastrangelo takes inspiration for his limited-edition Drift series from personal encounters with the unique landscapes of Patagonia and the Grand Canyon.