Articles tagged Frame 131


Sino-Surrealism: why the Chinese hospitality industry is opting for otherworldly interiors

In Frame 131, we looked at why the Chinese hospitality industry is adopting increasingly surreal aesthetic and spatial dynamics.


Out Now: Frame 131 – How co-living can expand its appeal

We address pertinent questions about shared space, peak with Cutwork, MoMa's Ramona Bronkar Bannayan and Axel Arigato’s Max Svärdh among other industry leaders and showcase Chinese hospitality's …


How visual excess is (still) powering a retail revolution

New York City – In NYC, Museum of Ice Cream plans to open a permanent location and retailer House of Showfields merges art museum, theatre and product showcase. Both show that …


What constitutes an authentic representation of an architect’s work?

Amsterdam – A project's renders secured the People’s Vote in the Frame Awards 2019 Large Apartment of the Year category, illuminating how the image has come to challenge material as …

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