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From a shopping cart shelter to ‘consumable’ furniture, designers and creators are expanding the meaning of home for migrants and nomads.
Seoul – Migliore + Servetto Architects designs an immersive set up for Max Mara’s fifth retrospect exhibition at Dongdaemun Design Plaza.
London – Following the human-centric concept of Huckletree Shoreditch, Studio RHE designs Huckletree West around the behaviour of its users.
SYDNEY – The whimsical exhibition Future Park in MAAS ignites creativity and changes our perception of and interaction with the spaces we inhabit.
Trends – Designers are integrating solar technology into everyday objects, transforming human environments with their future-conscious focus on sustainability.
People – Michiel Spijkers takes us behind the scenes of his One Artist, One Material shoot with Diana Scherer for Frame 119.
Astana, Kazakhstan – The ultra-thin, self-supporting Minima | Maxima continues to engage visitors in playful exploration even though the Expo is over.
Amsterdam – We dig deeper with Guilherme Wentz, one of six Brazilian designers readdressing the nation’s natural resources who are published in our latest issue.
Wuhan, China – The latest in One Plus Partnership’s series of high-impact, thematic theatres, the Wushang Mall cinema is inspired by traditional film reels.
Tulum, Mexico / Sydney, Australia – Despite its Scandinavian roots, Noma proves time and place trump all with pop-ups on two contrasting continents.
AMSTERDAM – Dutch still-life photographer Rein Janssen explains how he transformed the magazine theme Home-Grown Hospitality into an ‘appetizing’ image.
A physical stage, a virtual database, and an AR device – Maya Pindeus elaborates on her concept for the Frame Challenge, Tomorrow’s Workplace.
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