Articles tagged Frame 102


Marjan Teeuwen's installations transform condemned buildings

AMSTERDAM – For Verwoest Huis op Noord (2014), Teeuwen turned 210 partially razed apartments inside out, collecting debris to use as building materials.

Exclusively made for the Frame store, large-scale installations in architectural forms rest upon tactile carpet bases.

Event is Now by Anna Lomax

Art director and set designer Anna Lomax brought a jolt of electricity from London to Amsterdam's canal district, installing neon lights and artworks within the blank canvas of the Frame store.


Frame App: February Edition Out Now

Download the digital supplement to the print issue Frame 102 which is included with every Frame, Mark and Elephant print subscription.


Lightscape by Ruth Gurvich

Gurvich’s 18-piece collection comprises porcelain vases and tableware that reflect the qualities of paper, such as creases, folds and tautness.


Out Now

Following a year filled with milestones and openings, the first Frame issue of 2015 celebrates another year of fresh beginnings.


Frame App: January Edition Out Now

Be first to get an exclusive peek into the soon-to-debut print magazine – Frame #102 – with this month's iPad app issue!

Mondrian London at Sea Containers sits upon the Thames in London.

Mondrian London by Tom Dixon and Design Research Studio

With 359 rooms, the dazzling Mondrian London at Sea Containers by Tom Dixon with Design Research Studio is the designer’s largest project by far.

An air quality sensor integrated in the fabric of the BB.Suit 0.2 measures the concentration of Carbon Monoxide, Methane and LPG in the surrounding air.

BB.Suit: Wearable Clean Air by Borre Akkersdijk and Eva de Laat

A wearable suit with an integrated air-quality sensor tackles the pollution problem of China’s metropolises by purifying the surrounding air.

Sammy Jobbins Wells’s Skin project exists out of algorithmic generated wearable structures that are covered with materials made from bacterial cellulose.

Living Matter(s) by Transnatural

Amsterdam-based art, research and design organization Transnatural represents the work of innovative makers, thinkers and researchers.