Articles tagged Frame Magazine

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Out Now: Frame 120 – The Rules of Engagement

AMSTERDAM – The Jan/Feb issue of Frame explores how exhibitions and events are using immersive technologies to draw visitors into highly engaging experiences.

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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.

Billboard: The Other Office 3 Presale
Billboard: The Other Office 3 Presale
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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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Out Now: Frame 119 – Welcome to the Responsive Workplace

AMSTERDAM – The Nov/Dec issue of Frame explores how offices that offer flexibility to their digitally empowered personnel are sparking a workplace revolution.

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Five Days of Frame 118: Guilherme Wentz, in search of Brazil’s design identity

Amsterdam – We dig deeper with Guilherme Wentz, one of six Brazilian designers readdressing the nation’s natural resources who are published in our latest issue. 

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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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Five Days of Frame 118: The making of the cover

AMSTERDAM – Dutch still-life photographer Rein Janssen explains how he transformed the magazine theme Home-Grown Hospitality into an ‘appetizing’ image. 

Billboard: German Design Council
Billboard: German Design Council
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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.

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Out Now: Frame 118 – Home-Grown Hotels

The Sep/Oct issue of Frame explores how hotels and restaurants are striving to be local in the extreme.

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Design for Ageing: Jenna Kaës’s Visual Dream Machine

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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How can design help to reduce stress?

Answer the Frame Challenge, and you could be featured online in conjunction with the Frame 119 Nov/Dec issue.