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Tokyo – In this essay, originally featured in our book about Schemata Architects, founder Jo Nagasaka discusses the role of retail design vs smartphones.
Tokyo – Featured in our book Where They Create: Japan, botanical artist Makoto Azuma speaks about his lab, where he experiments with floral arrangements.
Paris – Alexandre de Betak rewrote the fashion-show playbook. Now he wants to apply his rebellious approach to other fields.
Amsterdam – Our newest book explores our creative relationship to the material world in a digital age where sustainability issues also impact artistic practice.
London – Libby Sellers, one of our Frame Awards jury members, pushes forward the conversation about gender parity in design.
Amsterdam – Our newest book has more than 100 painters, sculptors, musicians, poets, dancers, architects and curators answer a key question: Can art be of help in times of …
Amsterdam – In our newest book, available on pre-sale now, Lukas Feireiss pairs up creators, connectors and thinkers to discuss the matter of creative legacy.
Off the grid – Our new book, City Quitters, attempts to shed light on alternative approaches for creative living and working in an age of growing urbanisation.
New York City – What are the most important books in a selection put together by Storefront for Art and Architecture for their newest exhibition? The ones that history missed.
Barcelona – IED Barcelona is celebrating 15 years of design education by forecasting the next 15 years of the discipline and the problems it will be solving.
SAN FRANCISCO – Frame speaks to Primo Orpilla, co-founder of Studio O+A, about the challenges and drivers of contemporary workplace design.
OBJECTS – In his latest book New Wave Clay, Tom Morris breaks down the liberalizing force revitalizing ceramic design.
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