Leaderboard: Clerkenwell
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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. Francines Houben discusses the importance of public spaces that stimulate lifelong scholarship, while London-based Unit Lab infuses everyday surroundings with analogue educational products. Welcome to the university of life.

 


Other highlights:

Objects
Studio Furthermore shapes extreme ceramics. Lucas Muñoz Muñoz bases furniture on footprints. EDHV turns ice into electricity. Discover new directions in the world of products.



Talents
Inspired by Elon Musk’s plans for space colonization, we asked five young designers to create an essential travel item for a trip to Mars.
 



Portraits
We go home with Inga Sempé. Lee Broom shares his finest moments. Misha Kahn blurs the boundaries between art and design. Jonas Lund creates with computers. Meet the people; get their perspectives.


Spaces
Chanel sends robots down the catwalk. Gwenael Nicolas shines a light for Dolce & Gabbana. Mathieu Lehanneur embraces classicism. Step inside the great indoors.

Reports
Flooring trends rise to the surface at Domotex, Cersaie covers ceramics, and surface specialists mix the high-tech and the handcrafted in their work. Discover what’s driving the business of design.

More from this issue

Frame 114

Frame 114

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.

Materials

Raw materials combined with traditional techniques infuse rugs with cultural heritage

SURFACES – Typically, artisans weave rugs according to existing patterns, but Jaipur Rugs’ Weaver Design Project revolves around Rajasthani makers who compose their own patterns.

Technology

Autodesk uses an algorithm to design a chair

TECHNOLOGY – An algorithm is responsible for your Google search, your computer speed and now – the design of your chair.

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