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How can spatial design help sectors survive and thrive through the pandemic? It's a question we set out to find an answer to in our July/August 2020 issue.
Inspired by the pufferfish, Fred Erik’s Sufficient Space suits warns the wearer’s bystanders with an acoustic signal when they come too close.
Our third Frame x Orgatec Design Challenge workshop featured finalists Workplace Solutions, who have envisioned a more intuitive future for work.
Layer’s Benjamin Hubert and Seymourpowell’s Richard Seale discuss how COVID-19 will impact the design of private and shared mobility.
The Amsterdam-based team suggests allowing the cultural sector, hit hard by forced closures, to curate intermediate areas with temporary exhibitions accessible for all.
Challenged by Frame to address occupancy obstacles, designer Paulino Poveda shows the potential of a smart, modular flooring system.
How will the COVID-19 crisis impact work? Will we still need a physical office or will WFH become the norm? We discussed the subject at length during our second #FrameLive session.
Paris – ‘Most law faculties tend to be quite conservative and tame, and focus on their eye-catching libraries. This project avoids such conventionalities.’
Barcelona – Barcelona’s Impress Dental Studio, conceived by Raul Sanchez Architects, was the unanimously decided winner for Frame Awards 2020’s Healthcare Centre of the Year.
With the travel industry upended by the COVID-19 crisis, it may seem like a strange time to address hospitality. Though, in Frame 134, we prophetically centre on remote hospitality.
While it is understandable that Italian manufacturers are eager to recommence operations, they would be wise to take this time to redefine their business models.
Kunshan, China – SiYu Interior Design rethought the conventional design approach taken for municipal buildings for Kunshan Government Public Affairs Service Centre.
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