Articles tagged Frame Challenge

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Five designs for the displaced

From a shopping cart shelter to ‘consumable’ furniture, designers and creators are expanding the meaning of home for migrants and nomads.

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Tomorrow's Workplace: Clément Balavoine

With his 3D-tailoring robot, Clément Balavoine sets out to make inhumane fashion factories obsolete.

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Tomorrow's Workplace: Maya Pindeus

Maya Pindeus' talent to bridge the gap between human nature and technology makes for an interesting answer to the Frame Challenge.

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Tomorrow's Workplace: James Shaw

Foreseeing a loss of existing jobs due to automation, James Shaw envisions three bio-based professions immune to the development.

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Tomorrow's Workplace: Panter & Tourron

Now that work is no longer confined to the office, Panter & Tourron propose a sound-controlling wearable for concentration in shared spaces.

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Tomorrow's Workplace: Lotte van Velzen's AOE

In Frame 117, we commissioned five makers to design an item, tool, space or service that anticipates the automation of tomorrow's workspace.

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Five designs to de-stress

We challenged designers to create a concept that would redefine the future of stress reduction. These are their answers.

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How can design make us feel at home?

Amsterdam – For the Frame 120 Challenge, we invite designers and creators to present spaces or products that address the global issue of displacement.

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Design for Ageing: Kailu Guan’s The Director

The UN reports that by 2050 people over 65 will outnumber those under 15. With this in mind, five makers answered the Frame 115 Challenge.

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Design for Ageing: The Enrichers' Wall

The UN reports that by 2050 people over 65 will outnumber those under 15. With this in mind, five makers answered the Frame 115 Challenge.

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Design for Ageing: Jan Pieter Kaptein’s Canta

The UN reports that by 2050 people over 65 will outnumber those under 15. With this in mind, five makers answered the Frame 115 Challenge.

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Design for Ageing: Kevin Gouriou's Motobox

The UN reports that by 2050 people over 65 will outnumber those under 15. With this in mind, five makers answered the Frame 115 Challenge.