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Luca Nichetto reveals the source of his appreciation of production

Luca Nichetto opened his studio in Venice mainly for practical reasons, but it was love that prompted him to establish a second practice in Sweden.

In his mini memoir, Luca Nichetto reveals how Murano's glass industry heightened his appreciation of production, which he believes is inherently connected to design.


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Frame seeks a new Sales Manager

Our sales department consists of three sales managers and we seek applications for the position of sales manager for FRAME magazine.

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Sebastian Herkner's insatiable appetite for creativity fuels each new day

Featuring a mix of woven fibres developed in collaboration with colourist Giulio Ridolfo, Herkner's MBrace lounge chair (pictured) takes comfort to heart. Dedon presented Mbrace at the Salone del Mobile 2016.

Sebastian Herkner gives Frame readers a glimpse of a typical day for the German designer.

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Formafantasma tracks the evolution of its craft-centric design approach

Throughout the years, the work of Andrea Trimarchi (left) and Simone Farresin has exhibited a strong sensitivity to materials and dedication to research

Amsterdam-based Italians Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin devote part of every project to intensive research – probing, exploring and analysing the roots of their subject matter.