DUBAI – As part of the exclusive content coinciding with our May/June issue’s release, we tour an exhibition that proves hard-hitting topics can look good.
PARIS – Boutique retailer Colette leverages Snarkitecture’s The Beach to ride the wave in today’s digital age.
SHANGHAI – With immersive technology, the Nike+ Run Club pop-up hub in Times Square expands the indoor-running experience.
LONDON – Now at the Pace Gallery: a waterfall escapes from the walls to cascade over your feet, while luminous flowers bloom all over the body.
TECHNOLOGY – Perhaps the greatest point of friction between man and machine is not hardware but software, which may replace its organic counterpart in terms of automated production …
BROOKLYN – Aaron Forrest and Yasmin Vobis of Ultramoderne spoke to Frame about their interior installation, Table's Clear, at the Architectural League's Beaux Art's Ball.
DETROIT – How does what we hear define natural environments? It’s a question Brooklyn-based The Principals and sound recordist Chris Watson tackled with their Sound Journeys …
SAO PAULO – An interactive installation in the immigration-flooded neighbourhood of Bom Retiro invites you to reveal your inner-most thoughts.
STOCKHOLM – Swedish theatre designer Johanna Mårtensson and composer Ida Lunden offer a contemporary take on the traditional pipe organ with the interactive musical instrument Orgel.
BORDEAUX - The wine capital of the world, Bordeaux, has firmly established itself with La Cité du Vin, an international wine museum that takes you on a multi-sensorial journey.
Liz West continues her quest to create chromatic experiences as she captivates audiences with her colourful installations. Her latest work – Through No. 3 – can currently be seen on display in …
Liquefied thoughts. Two words that sum up Solaris, an interactive installation by Moscow-based Save Lab.
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