STOCKHOLM – Frame looks at the fair’s standout pieces, from a shelf that’s always ready for its next home to ethereal luminaires that embrace darkness as much as light.
LONDON – Clean lines and a strong silhouette characterise K Lamp, a design that was borne out of British product design brand Vitamin’s desire to develop a lamp with a crisp, …
INCHEON – With Solar Pine, HG-Architecture re-examines technology’s role in the new natural world.
TECHNOLOGY – The almost unconscious act of switching on the light takes an interesting turn in lamps by two graduates of Design Academy Eindhoven.
BURY – Frame’s One Artist, One Material in issue 113, Manchester-based Liz West puts her signature material – light – to work in her first permanent installation.
AMSTERDAM – Local firms UNStudio and Benthem Crouwel Architects reveal the potential of biomimicry for the future of architecture at the Amsterdam Light Festival.
SEOUL – It’s what’s on the outside that counts. At least, that’s what the building regulations in the Korean district of Gangnam would have you believe.
EINDHOVEN – Light is a subject of investigation for young designers who enjoy exploring the distinction between the functional and aesthetic qualities of luminous objects
Picture this. You’ve been at the office – a collaborative open-plan space – all day, and the only interaction between you and the colleague opposite occurred when you accidentally nudged his …
A Japanese fashion and lighting designer fuses his twin talents for intriguing results.
NEW YORK CITY – British designer Lee Broom tested the waters before opening a fixed furniture and lighting showroom in SoHo.
Every day, Lindsey Adelman pockets inspiration found in both untouched and refined nature.
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