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Marc Dubois investigates the relationship between people and technology with his ongoing project. Photo Axel Crettenand, ECAL

Open Controllers by Marc Dubois

ECAL Student Animates Control

To secure his degree in Media & Interaction Design, Marc Dubois investigates the relationship between people and technology.

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Frame #100 - Sept/Oct 2014

Now here is a cause for celebration. From its humble beginnings back in 1997, Frame celebrates its 100th issue. 

Pulsate by Jencks and Dorent features SistemN, a super glossy porcelain stoneware tile.

Ceramic Solutions by Marazzi

Leading the Tile Sector for Interior and Exterior Applications

Defining living spaces since 1935, the Marazzi brand combines tradition and innovation with top quality materials.

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In its 12th edition, the Pure Talents Contest is aimed at students and recent graduates.

The Pure Talents Contest at IMM Cologne

Annual Competition Supports Young Designers

Between 19 and 25 of January 2015, imm cologne is holding a competition for young, up-and-coming designers alongside their …

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Colourful statements contrast boldly with the coarse concrete framework of the building at this student hotel in Rotterdam (photo: Kasia Gatkowska).

The Raw Revolution

Outstanding Hospitality Interiors Where Less Means More

Take a sneak peek into selected hospitality venues that appear in Frame's latest book Night Fever 4 – available to …

Ion Luxury Adventure Hotel in Iceland offers unobstructed views of the natural wonders that surround it (photo: Art Gray).

Invitation to Drink, Dine and Dream

Opening the Doors of Design Destinations Across the Globe

Take a sneak peek at selected hospitality venues that appear in Frame's latest book Night Fever 4 – available to pre-order now …

Martin Tatchell speculates about the promises of in-vitro meat, also known as cultured meat.

In-Vitro Culture by Martin Tatchell

Plymouth University Graduate Replaces Nature with Science

By 2050 our world population will count around 9 billion people, confronting our global food industry with the inevitable need to …