Articles tagged Lighting

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Stockholm Design Week 2017 – the best that lit up the room

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.

Product Design

Vitamin balances ceramic components in the process of crafting its iconic luminaire

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, …

Billboard: Pre-Sale Book Schemata
Billboard: Pre-Sale Book Schemata

This pinecone sunflower casts a beautiful shade by day and shines at night

INCHEON – With Solar Pine, HG-Architecture re-examines technology’s role in the new natural world.


Lamps by DAE students intensify our bond with products that respond to touch

TECHNOLOGY – The almost unconscious act of switching on the light takes an interesting turn in lamps by two graduates of Design Academy Eindhoven.

Frame 113

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

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 Light Festival 2016–17. Photos Lauren Teague/Benthem Crouwel Architects

Natural phenomena transform into a festival of light

AMSTERDAM – Local firms UNStudio and Benthem Crouwel Architects reveal the potential of biomimicry for the future of architecture at the Amsterdam Light Festival.

Platform-L by Joho Architecture. Photos Namgoong Sun

Joho Architecture on what to do with space you're not allowed to use

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.

Frame 113

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


Three lamps by Maya Pindeus and Johanna Pichlbauer encourage a richer sphere of interaction in the workplace

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 …


Chihiro Tanaka fuses his twin talents for intriguing results

A Japanese fashion and lighting designer fuses his twin talents for intriguing results. 


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.


Lindsey Adelman crafts everything from jewel-like luminaires to music videos

Every day, Lindsey Adelman pockets inspiration found in both untouched and refined nature.