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DUBAI – Community, connections, and human resilience were at the heart of the most innovative designs from this year’s edition of Dubai Design Week.
VIENNA – Laufen returns an infamous Japanese phenomenon to its European origins – with some important adaptations.
MILAN – In the brand-new Moleskine Café, effortlessly varied yet uncluttered furniture by Pedrali complement the world’s favourite notebook.
Flexibility increases employee engagement, and Fantoni emphasizes this with privacy cubes and multifunctional furniture that responds to how we work.
Trends – Designers are integrating solar technology into everyday objects, transforming human environments with their future-conscious focus on sustainability.
LONDON – Proportion London launches a new collection of accessories mannequins which embody sensuality and simplicity to cater to an evolving retail industry.
DUBAI – With over 200 events in venues across the city, Frame presents our curated selection of what to see at the upcoming Dubai Design Week.
Seoul – From Gana Art Center, Alex Mustonen – one half of Snarkitecture – discusses the impact of physically engaging installations in this day and age.
Eindhoven, the Netherlands – What is Dutch design? De Stijl, the 1990s Droog movement, or a quintessential attitude? And what does this mean in the modern context?
We challenged designers to create a concept that would redefine the future of stress reduction. These are their answers.
EINDHOVEN, the Netherlands – The most memorable exhibitions at Dutch Design Week 2017 include borrowed architecture, celestial spheres, and a flexible apartment building.
Amsterdam – For the Frame 120 Challenge, we invite designers and creators to present spaces or products that address the global issue of displacement.
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