Articles tagged Frame Magazine

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Out Now: Frame #116 – 20 Years Framing the Future

In this special anniversary issue, Frame celebrates its 20 years of framing the future and leading the way in spatial design excellence.

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Visit Copenhagen with MARK and FRAME

COPENHAGEN – Join us on an architecture and design trip for exclusive access to the latest inspirational projects in the Danish capital.

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Out Now: Frame #115 - Retail Revolution

The March/April issue of Frame explores how physical retail spaces can remain relevant in an increasingly digital era. Find out more and pick up your copy.

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Frame #114 is OUT NOW!

The Jan/Feb issue of Frame explores the most ground-breaking environments for learning, from offices structured like college campuses to hospitality venues that double as libraries.

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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 …

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Hublot Design Prize winner Christophe Guberan invests familiar materials with new meaning

Christophe Guberan explores the impact of new technologies on familiar materials such as paper, wood and textiles.

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Hongjie Yang concocts an alternative aesthetic from a union of art, nature and science

EINDHOVEN – Hongjie Yang discusses lab-grown human materials, alternative aesthetics and the future of the industry. 

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Promoting education backed by fun and games, AEI merges work and play in a Colombian school

BOGOTA – Inside the visually dynamic Omega Block building in Bogota – a complex made up of three buildings designed by Daniel Bonilla Arquitectos that currently houses the Colegio Anglo …

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Inside Yota Kakuda's cheese-tart shop, baked goods appear to float in midair

TOKYO – Having completed Bake Sendai earlier this year, Japanese designer Yota Kakuda created another cheese-tart outlet for Bake in Tokyo’s Kita-Senju district, this time inspired by the …

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Kodai Iwamoto’s eco-friendly heater is a fine example of carbon-laced infrared radiation

LAUSANNE – You probably heard the term ‘infrared’ in that science class you attended aeons ago – but did you understand what it meant? The Chochin heater, designed by Kodai Iwamoto whilst …

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Emma Wessel responds to urban space shortage with multifunctional interior solutions

EINDHOVEN – Global population growth is making living spaces in the urban jungle shrink to the size of a paltry patio. Dutch designer Emma Wessel believes a ‘lack of space in our cities calls …

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Mi Zhang’s dust collection is an attempt to improve air quality in a polluted Chinese city

QUYANG – Thanks to its rich mineral resources, the city of Quyang in Northeast China boasts some of the largest mining and stone-working industries in the country.