Articles tagged Frame Publishers

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'For our generation, being nomadic is everything' says architect Mariana de Delás

Es Llombards, Majorca, Spain – Young Spanish architect Mariana de Delás reflects on how moving to rural Majorca has changed the way she works.

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‘Dutch life was like being squeezed into a corset,’ remembers OMA’s Ellen van Loon

Rotterdam – Ten years in a boarding school taught Ellen van Loon how to create a private space in her mind – a skill that serves her well as OMA partner. 

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Signature style? What signature style? This polymath potter goes for variety

Los Angeles – Los Angeles-based Bari Ziperstein changes tack with each collection she creates, forming a portfolio unified by her love of hand building.

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‘Sensitivity is a democratic quality that is not specifically gender-related’

Milan – Born in Spain but based in Italy, Patricia Urquiola believes empathy rather than style defines her as a designer.

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These twin brothers turned cave formations into freakishly beautiful ceramic pieces

Los Angeles – Multidisciplinary design twins Nikolai and Simon Haas use ceramics to recreate freaks of nature in their quirky portfolio.

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This designer thinks of candy when creating her maximalist porcelain pieces

Munich – Inspired by sweeties, candy and fizzy drinks, Ahryun Lee’s porcelain pieces appeal to the senses in full technicolour glory.

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New book alert: The best of hospitality design in Night Fever 6

Amsterdam – The sixth edition of our survey of the best bar, restaurant, hotel and club projects from around the globe is now available for purchase in our bookstore.

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Uber’s transient office in San Francisco references a streetscape aesthetic

San Francisco – For this workspace proposal, excerpted from our book The Other Office Three, Studio O+A references the company’s ride-sharing business.

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We’re sounding off: this is one of the most underrated materials in spatial design

Amsterdam – Often, the acoustic design and engineering of everyday environments goes unnoticed. Sound Materials highlights cases from the likes of OMA and i29.

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UNStudio reconsiders the role of the architect in Knowledge Matters

Amsterdam – In their Frame Publishers book, the UNStudio founders discuss how network knowledge permeated through several of their projects.

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To foster innovation, this lab uses Mexico City’s best active ingredient: its people

Mexico City – The complex emerging metropolis of Mexico City gave rise to Laboratorio para la Ciudad, an experimental lab aimed at helping it future-proof itself.

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Out Now: Frame 126 - Out of Office

Amsterdam – From autonomous cars that allow for a more productive use of commuting time to the comeback of company accommodation, where's the office headed?