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Cape Town – While transforming 42 concrete silos into Africa’s first museum of contemporary art, Heatherwick Studio added convex glazing to the original structure.
By embedding the soothing power of nature into the world of business, Anna Sitnikova relieves tension among office workers.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Erez Nevi Pana makes a meditation mask with materials from the Dead Sea.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Amelie Goldfuss presents a pet-like device in need of rest to the smartphone-addicted.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Allison Crank turns VR into virtual recovery.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Carolien Niebling suggests all-natural chewables to release tension.
Frame 119 – ‘My approach to retail design is less about dressing a shop interior,’ says Etienne Bastormagi, ‘and more about reflecting what will be displayed inside.’
Seoul – Migliore + Servetto Architects designs an immersive set up for Max Mara’s fifth retrospect exhibition at Dongdaemun Design Plaza.
London – Following the human-centric concept of Huckletree Shoreditch, Studio RHE designs Huckletree West around the behaviour of its users.
SYDNEY – The whimsical exhibition Future Park in MAAS ignites creativity and changes our perception of and interaction with the spaces we inhabit.
Trends – Designers are integrating solar technology into everyday objects, transforming human environments with their future-conscious focus on sustainability.
People – Michiel Spijkers takes us behind the scenes of his One Artist, One Material shoot with Diana Scherer for Frame 119.
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