Articles tagged Frame 109

Galila Barzilaï-Hollander believes her collection helps to explain aspects of who she is in a nonverbal way
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Galila Barzilaï-Hollander takes stock of her collection

Galila Barzilaï-Hollander may have stumbled into the world of art and design, but her growing collection is anything but accidental. 


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C&C Design toys with perception at a Chinese trade fair

GUANGZHOU – The designers hoped to draw attention to what they call the invisible 'haze' surrounding society's obsession with the virtual world.

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March Studio channels post-war suburbia

MELBOURNE – With a string of restaurants across the city, Jimmy Grants is one of Melbourne's most popular Greek souvlaki joints.

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A restaurant in Ukraine apes the past to serve up a taste of freedom

KIEV  If you think of an orang-utan, chances are that white won’t be the first colour to spring to mind – unless you conjure up a rather elderly creature. Yet that’s exactly the colour …

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A Swiss-based design duo optimizes a classic material for modern production

ÉCAL design graduates Aurélie Mathieu and Charlotte Sunnen, a duo known as Grande, share an aim to remove traditional constraints typically associated with rigid materials by developing projects …

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Kettal's Stampa reveals the latest in aluminium technology: from sheet metal to perforated textile

With its mind set on producing a design classic, Spanish outdoor-furniture brand Kettal joined forces with French duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for the company’s latest offering: Stampa.

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Online development informs Stéphane Malka's immersive office for Adyax

PARIS – ‘People were coming in thinking it was a gallery,’ says Stéphane Malka of his Parisian office for open-source company Adyax. In realising a mobile space in which you rarely see people …

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El Equipo Creativo soaks OneOcean Club in subaqueous references

BARCELONA – Situated in a purpose-built pavilion at the water’s edge, OneOcean Club boasts an interior by El Equipo Creativo.

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Studio C102 gives 1Rebel gym a clubby air with industrial-style detailing

LONDON – Designed by up-and-coming practice Studio C102, the 800-sqm basement – formerly occupied by mechanical systems and storage – looks more like a club than a gym, thanks to …

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Arboit Limited lends form to digital communication for a Chinese tech company

GUANGZHOU – Chinese internet-service outfit Cloud DCS asked Italian architect Alberto Puchetti and his Hong Kong-based firm, Arboit Limited to plan and realize its Guangzhou headquarters. The …

Alfresco dining takes a sustainable turn with Sunplace, Lanzavecchia + Wai's proposal for solar-powered garden gatherings.
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Lanzavecchia + Wai's solar-powered Sunplace equips sustainable outdoor feasts

Italo-Singaporean duo Francesca Lanzavecchia and Hunn Wai created Sunplace, a sustainable all-in-one combination of these and other food-related outdoor activities.

Rejecting safety regulations, Capucine Diancourt designed seven pieces of playground equipment that encourage the cooperation of users for maximum fun in the sun.
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Capucine Diancourt's playground equipment toys with safety restrictions

A Design Academy Eindhoven student levels the playing field between fun and safety.