Articles tagged Sunday books


Sunday Books: Vittore Stand by A1 Architects

Lenka Křemenová and David Maštálka of A1 Architects appeared in Grand Stand 4 with a colourful and playful exhibition stand. Now they are back, sharing their love of timber!


Photo Essay: Tara Donovan Exhibition

Fantastical foms constructed from simple materials create a unique scuptural universe in the Tara Donovan exhibition at Louisiana Contemporary.


Sunday Books: Think Dutch!

DAAB will publish a co-edition with Frame, entitled Think Dutch! Creative professionals in the Netherlands didn’t bury their heads in the sand after the crisis hit in 2008. They set

Sunday Books: Shop Windows

Here’s a selection of the finest shop window projects from recent months. If these projects inspire you and you are interested to see more, have a look at our reference book

Sunday Books: To Breathe, To Fly, To Float

A photo essay of architectural projects with an aquatic theme.


Sunday Books: Fetishism in Fashion

Frame’s first book on fashion will be released at the Mode Biennale in Arnhem.


Sunday Books: Spring Feast Masterclass

This weekend, in case you are planning to prepare a spring feast, we decided to share with you some inspirational elements that would go a long way to transforming any gathering into a banquet.


Sunday Books: Materiology

In the book Materiology, a joint publication by Frame Publishers and matériO, everything there is to know about materials and technologies is covered in one single volume.


Sunday Books: Oranges and Lemons

Having spotted a smattering of yellow- and orange-tinged images across Frameweb in recent weeks, we pondered for a while as to why this might be. Is it because spring is on its way in this part of …


Sunday Books: Playing With Space

Discovering the unexpected whilst having a spot of weekend retail therapy is very refreshing. The designers of such shops must enjoy confusing customers, but only just enough so as to intrigue.


Sunday Books: The Birds and the Bees

The wonder of life is something to ponder, isn’t it? And not just the birds and the bees, but the plants, penguins and polar bears – and everything in between and beyond.


Sunday Books: Ijm studio by Paul Barbera

Paul Barbera travels the world, photographing the working spaces of creatives in the most natural and unobtrusive way possible, satisfying his curiosity and ours.