Design

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The Mars Challenge: Nils Ferber’s Infinity Scale

Inspired by Elon Musk’s plans for space colonization, for Frame #114 we asked five young designers to create an essential travel item for a trip to Mars.

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Making Space at Flos: Q&A with Piero Gandini

PEOPLE – Flos CEO Piero Gandini talks us through the strategy behind their award-winning Salone del Mobile stands and nonconforming showrooms.

Billboard: Out Now Studio O+A
Billboard: Out Now Studio O+A
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Made to last forever, designed to be disposable – Rethinking Plastic with MINDS

Amsterdam – A designer, a manufacturer, and a client share their perspectives on the industry challenges of designing with plastic and improving sustainability.

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Metals that tell your story

MATERIALS – New Glowing Metals by Chemetal add meaning to modern designs with warm, energetic metal surfaces that bring spaces to life.

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Call for Entries: Answer The Challenge

If you have a design idea for a product, service or interior to reduce stress, we want to hear from you.

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Charting Design Matters in a real-world 3D bar-graph

JERUSALEM – The thousands of objects in the Israel Museum’s collection are of significant cultural and historical value – or are they?

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Introducing: Studio Truly Truly

PEOPLE – Having arrived from the shores of Australia, a background in graphic design shapes Studio Truly Truly’s eloquently expressive multidisciplinary practice.

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Rethinking Plastic: Trash or Treasure?

AMSTERDAM – In collaboration with Room on the Roof at de Bijenkorf, Frame MINDS brings together the most influential figures of the Dutch design world on 11 July.

Billboard: Out Now Studio O+A
Billboard: Out Now Studio O+A
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8 artists built this city with G F Smith paper

Kingston upon Hull, England – An enormous paper cod fish swims alongside islands of paper stars. Made using G . F Smith’s Colorplan range, Paper City features work by eight UK …

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Nendo makes an exhibition space, the exhibition has to follow suit

TOKYO – To celebrate the 90th anniversary of a school of Japanese flower arrangement, Nendo created a kaleidoscopic installation of 2,000 mirrored leaves.

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Inspired by a tree, Francis Kéré creates the 17th Serpentine Pavilion

LONDON – Francis Kéré creates the 17th summer pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery, inspired by the role of a tree in an African village.

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A day with Sebastian Herkner

PEOPLE – Starting at 6 a.m., Sebastian Herkner’s insatiable appetite for creativity fuels each new day.