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Lausanne – Japanese designer Kohei Kojima focused on a rather neglected aspect of the aesthetics of remote working.
Amsterdam – The newest print issue of Frame shows us how we will live tomorrow. Should we build upwards or outwards?
Eindhoven – Alexandra Genis’ Atoma tastemakers ensure quality food experiences everywhere, no matter the season or climate.
Rotterdam – To confront globetrotters with their impact on the Earth, Felix Leenders set up a travel agency that offers excursions to destinations affected by climate change.
Lausanne – Bastien Chevrier responded to the latest Frame Challenge by enclosing food in a thin protein bubble, making cardboard containers and plastic film superfluous.
Arnhem – Inflatable structures by Roos Meerman and Bart van den Hoven function as flexible pop-up lodgings.
In Andreas Piedfort’s pixel-friendly physical retail concept for our Frame 123 challenge, your favourite shops come to you, and not the other way around.
By embedding the soothing power of nature into the world of business, Anna Sitnikova relieves tension among office workers.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Erez Nevi Pana makes a meditation mask with materials from the Dead Sea.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Amelie Goldfuss presents a pet-like device in need of rest to the smartphone-addicted.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Allison Crank turns VR into virtual recovery.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Carolien Niebling suggests all-natural chewables to release tension.
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