Articles tagged Furniture

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Five Days of Frame #115: Behind Mark Laban’s primitive approach to cutting-edge design

PROCESS – As part of the exclusive content for the release of our March/April issue, we show you the making of the Rustic Stool by Mark Laban, featured in Frame #115.

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Have fun for free at Singapore Design Week

SINGAPORE – The fourth edition of the annual Singapore Design Week kicks off today and Frame has selected the top five free events of the festival for you to enjoy.

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Frame Milan Design week

Better Life, Better Work: the 39th edition of CIFF to take place in Guangzhou in March

GUANGZHOU – The spring edition of the China International Furniture Fair (CIFF), the world’s largest furniture exhibition, kicks off next month.


Full House by Stefan Diez embraces the deconstruction of design

COLOGNE – Munich-based designer Stefan Diez relocates his workshop to MAKK for his retrospective exhibition, interrogating design by deconstructing it.


A project by Sander Wassink adds Moroccan spice to a Gispen classic

FURNITURE – In Contrabande, Sander Wassink adds a little flavour to the W.H. Gispen Diagonal chair.


Our footprint as consumers informs furniture by Lucas Muñoz Muñoz

MADRID – An explanation of Spanish designer Lucas Muñoz Muñoz’s Temporal collection suggests that his furniture – as it invades homes and public spaces – can be likened to …


Estudio Guto Requena asks 'Can You Tell Me A Secret?'

SAO PAULO – An interactive installation in the immigration-flooded neighbourhood of Bom Retiro invites you to reveal your inner-most thoughts.

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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 …

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Billboard Copenhagen trip
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Fort Standard's monolithic cabinet defies the material properties of soapstone

In its ongoing Qualities of Material series, New York-based studio Fort Standard challenges conventional limitations and current applications of natural materials such as wood, stone and leather.

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Partners & Spade turns an audio flagship into seven 'homes' for listening

NEW YORK CITY – ‘Letting the product sell itself in a series of dedicated listening rooms,’ is how Partners & Spade’s Anthony Sperduti describes the design for the Sonos store that just …


Lee Broom moves from pop-up to permanent in New York

NEW YORK CITY – British designer Lee Broom tested the waters before opening a fixed furniture and lighting showroom in SoHo.


Moooi collaborates with Amsterdam's Unseen Photo Fair to unite design and photograph

AMSTERDAM – A collaboration between Moooi and Amsterdam's Unseen Photo Fair creates a surprising fusion between photography and design. Filling Moooi's showroom space, emotionally driven works by …