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New York City – The Casual Pleasure of Disappointment, an exhibition, installation by Bjarne Melgaard, commented on the negative nature of fashion and consumerism.
The rooms of the of Joolz´s office and showroom in Amsterdam, designed by Space Encounters, are divided by a living, breathing rainforest.
Cologne – For the Spanish supermarket Solera in Germany, Masquespacio wanted to reject any hint or stereotype remaining true and recognizable.
Tokyo – To increase intimacy and privacy Ryoji Iedokoro designed the Nikunotoriko restaurant in Tokyo under a forest of sorts.
Chengdu – The Yan Ji You flagship, designed by Kyle Chan, in Chengdu is really challenging the idea of a bookstores binding together nine different stores.
With his 3D-tailoring robot, Clément Balavoine sets out to make inhumane fashion factories obsolete.
FRAME 117 – André Fu balances a bustling inner-city studio with alone time, lending his work a serenity that some describe as distinctly Asian.
Foreseeing a loss of existing jobs due to automation, James Shaw envisions three bio-based professions immune to the development.
Now that work is no longer confined to the office, Panter & Tourron propose a sound-controlling wearable for concentration in shared spaces.
In Frame 117, we commissioned five makers to design an item, tool, space or service that anticipates the automation of tomorrow's workspace.
MILAN – Supporting a total lifestyle through nutrition and exercise, Storage Associati’s restoration of Dsquared2’s headquarters includes a restaurant, gym and spa.
A physical stage, a virtual database, and an AR device – Maya Pindeus elaborates on her concept for the Frame Challenge, Tomorrow’s Workplace.
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