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Milan – Introducing three new colours, Bette ushers lifestyle trends into the bathroom.
Utrecht – With a blank slate for a paediatric cancer centre, Dutch designers MMEK set out to reinvent the environment for an institution of its kind.
Torres Vedras, Portugal – In western Portugal, a new gym designed by Estudio Amatam finds a colourful way to communicate with its tribe.
Maastricht, the Netherlands – Attached to The Student Hotel, restaurant The Commons is designed for functional fluidity and the changing nature of work and travel.
Blackburn, England – Where’s the rainbow, Liz West? The artist known for her work with light and colour creates an installation with an optical illusion that invites exchange.
OSLO, Norway – Walls, ceiling, floor and furniture immersed in spatially dependent hues: someone at Bakken & Bæck obviously believes in colour psychology.
With Frame’s hospitality design series, Night Fever, about to embark on its sixth global tour, we look back at five hypersaturated interiors from the previous edition.
Moscow – Monoloko Design employs the Suprematist principles of 20th-century artist Kazimir Malevich in the spatial design of the Galaxy Bar and Bottle Shop.
LONDON – Kit-of-parts furniture and vibrant fabrics that serve as interior architecture empower the pupils and teachers of the Rosemary Works School to shape their own environment.
Miami – In a study of colour and shape, the Antidote store design by Atelier de Yavorsky brings the city’s development inside.
Rotterdam, Netherlands – Colourful forms and furniture transform Cambridge Innovation Center’s common area into a surreal sculpture garden.
London – Part of an underrepresented group of designers, Londoner Yinka Ilori playfully challenges pressing social issues.
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