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Milan – Georg Lendorff created exhibition Unfluencer – De-Sinning the Designer for Freitag, showing that light can stand on its own and be deployed in an innovative manner.
Paris – Cutwork developed affordable, on-demand and durable modular furnishings for the complex, solutions that give inhabitants maximum possibilities with their space.
Sydney – The fast-food restaurant, designed by Landini Associates, was the winner of Frame Awards’ first-ever honorary social media prize.
Macao – Max Lam Designs’ show-flat interior Inward Journey raises the stakes for the future of the residential typology.
Paris – ‘Most law faculties tend to be quite conservative and tame, and focus on their eye-catching libraries. This project avoids such conventionalities.’
Tel Aviv – The First Inclusive School by Sarit Shani Hay is a prototypical public institution that builds on itself as its students age.
Amsterdam – Built utilizing new materials and energy-efficient technologies, Amsterdam apartment Freebooter by GG-loop pushes possibilities for living spaces further.
Jingdezhen, China – The Frame Awards 2020-winning space by AZL Architects shows just as much attention to highly detailed handiwork as the ceramics that come out of the kiln itself.
Barcelona – Casa Burés by Estudio Vilablanch and TDB Arquitectura ‘goes beyond aesthetics to propose new ways of sharing and living in our cities’.
Danyang, China – For Jiyu Spa, Shanghai Hip-Pop Design Team took an abstract yet fully sensorial – and award-winning – approach to the meditation and spa experience.
Shanghai – The theme of the Coordination Asia-designed House of Innovation changes every few weeks, the makeovers new iterations of the core concept in an immersive lab-like …
Tokyo – Winner of our Best Use of Digital Technology award this year, the Japanese capital’s Hipanda store uses AR to seamlessly marry the physical and digital realms.
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