Articles tagged Frame 133

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Why affordable housing will take 3D-printed structures mainstream

Construction technology company Icon and housing non-profit New Story have teamed up to create the ‘world’s first 3D-printed neighbourhood’ in Mexico. 

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Why branded residential developments could transform mass-market housing

Shanghai – MINI is using its live/work/play space in Shanghai to determine the concept’s success before potentially expanding to other locations.

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How auto retail will need to evolve in an age of online sales

The car dealership typology as we know it is an endangered species. Young Swedish automaker Polestar is one company reimagining the venues for a new generation.

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How sustainability-linked loans could affect retail design

Prada is one of an increasing number of businesses exploring how they can link access to capital to their sustainability programmes, to the benefit of both.

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Out Now: Frame 133 – Museums break loose

Our new issue centers on how the modern museum is moving from conservation to activation, featuring typology-busting spaces and exclusive interviews with the likes of Masamichi Katayama, Comunal and …

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With windowless retail on the rise, will try-on areas become shop designers' main focus?

Shenzhen – Physical outlets can cash in on the convenience offered by digital merchandise options, shows Shenzhen concept store Geijoeng.

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How spaces for incubation can advance modern education

Bangkok – To future-proof their academic offerings, institutions like Bangkok’s Chulalongkorn University are redefining the role of their libraries as creative incubators.

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Why a retailer called on Gentle Monster to design an entire department store

Beijing – The Korean eyewear brand takes its house style out of house for SKP, a luxury mall in Beijing.

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