Articles tagged Frame 125

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Into co-living? This furniture can increase social interaction in shared housing

London – Seray Ozdemir's half-company-half-collection, Corridor Society, targets communal dwellers by presenting furniture that helps make a shared house a home.

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Is this the shopping mall of the future?

Hangzhou – X+Living’s Neobio Family Park in Hangzhou is a fantasy-filled destination for parent-child activities. 

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A day with Frame Awards jury member Bethan Laura Wood

London – From learning to delegate to only getting out of bed for at least 10,000 tchotkes, this night owl tells us of her daily routine in London.

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Is the proliferation of members’ clubs tarnishing the genre’s air of exclusivity?

As members’ clubs and their target groups thrive, is the genre surrendering its air of sophistication?

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Luxury retailers learn to relax in order to attract millennial consumers

From Tiffany & Co. to Gucci, high-end stores appeal to the next generation of well-heeled consumers by ditching the old codes of luxury retail.

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Now, this is how you put a ‘public well’ in the middle of a store

Vilnius – Išora + Lozuraitytė‘s revamped space for Friends & Frames, an optical retailer in Lithuania, features a stunning blue centrepiece.

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A co-working space in South Korea gets culture-specific

Seoul – Seoul-based Station Neo, designed by Atelier Archi@Mosphere, was conceived when the particularities of the local culture in mind.

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Here’s proof that a trade-fair stand can be striking, affordable and reusable

Beijing – Atelier Tree tackles constraints imposed on makers of trade-fair stands: short construction times and tight budgets. 

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Sibling Architecture advocates a more inclusive approach to spatial design

SYDNEY – Amelia Borg, Nicholas Braun, Jane Caught, Timothy Moore and Qianyi Lim’s participatory projects initiate conversations intended to facilitate spatial design.

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Out Now: Frame 125 - High-Density Housing

Amsterdam – The newest print issue of Frame shows us how we will live tomorrow. Should we build upwards or outwards?