Frankfurt articles

/

Why an experience center in Frankfurt puts its walls to work

Frankfurt – From Post-its to whiteboard-paneled rooms, the PWC Experience Center is an exploration into how a space can encourage collaboration and creation.

/

Why Flos is greying out all the surfaces in its stand

Frankfurt – Radically reinterpreting the interior and exterior of a Roman villa, the Flos Light + Building 2018 stand ensures its products are the focus.

/

Create your own Volume of Light at the Frankfurt Book Fair

Frankfurt – On 13 October, The Arts+ visitors can participate in an interactive photography session with Frame x Thomas Brown.

/

At the Buchmesse, The Arts+ celebrates and challenges creative content distribution

Frankfurt – Part of the Frankfurter Buchmesse, The Arts+ features innovative exhibitions by publishers, tech companies, and more from 11 - 15 October 2017.

/

Our houses are becoming more hybrid, say Werner Aisslinger and Tina Bunyaprasit

FRANKFURT – ‘It’s funny that we use uncomfortable materials like marble tile in the room where you’re naked.’ Studio Aisslinger breaks down design barriers in the bathroom.

/

Technology-driven solutions transform the bathroom

FRANKFURT – The Best of ISH Part 2: Frame reports the latest innovations in bathroom design and trends in sanitation solutions from the ISH trade fair.

/

Sanitary brands respond to changing lifestyles

FRANKFURT – The Best of ISH Part 1: Frame reports the latest innovations in bathroom design and trends in sanitation solutions from the ISH trade fair.

/

Bethan Gray designs an oasis of calm for Frankfurt's Ambiente 2017

FRANKFURT – Bethan Gray invites visitors at the Ambiente trade fair to take a moment and relax in the Jade Serenity Café.

/

Modest materials generate a sensory experience at Frankfurter Buchmesse

FRANKFURT – By stacking simple plastic sheets, Civic and Matters formed an ever-changing landscape at Frankfurter Buchmesse’s Dutch-Flemish pavilion.

/

Libertine Lindenberg joins the shareconomy in Frankfurt's historical district

Libertine Lindenberg taps into the shareconomy living movement, providing a community-cum-hotel in Frankfurt.

The gate at one of the main entrances to Frankfurt’s expansive exhibition grounds.
/

Frankfurt Trade Fair Northern Gate by Ingo Schrader

Frankfurt – The northern entrance to Frankfurt Trade Fair receives a new pavilion with an impressive elliptical roof.

‘To do justice to its significance within the cemetery complex, the funeral home is clearly marked with a gabled roof,’ says architect Peter Strobel.
/

Funeral Chapel by Bayer & Strobel Architekten

FRANKFURT – A small town near Frankfurt provides religious ground for a new funeral chapel which upholds its presence with an assertive pitch.