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Beijing – In aesthetics and menu, Green Option Food Court designed by Ramoprimo caters to wellness-savvy diners in pursuit of a relaxing experience.
Moscow – Clad in pink metal and concrete, Rare Pastrami Bar is a sleek addition to the Russian capital's hospitality scene.
Manila – In Manila, the Danish design studio used biophilic design and colour psychology to create a dining oasis near a shopping mall.
Hangzhou, China – Infinity Mind used waste from traditional pottery-making and reclaimed construction material to create a bond between old and new at Chuan's Kitchen II.
Valencia – Designer Francesc Rifé decided to honour the past with his newest proposal for Sucede, where he built with structural humility in mind.
Incheon, South Korea – MVRDV’s entertainment complex simulates its surroundings, featuring imaginatively imprinted elements from adjacent buildings.
Madrid – El Equipo Creativo went hard on the Pantone chart with Las Chicas, Los Chicos y los Maniquis. The studio went on to win Best Use of Colour at the 2019 Frame Awards.
Zhengzhou, China – Heytea’s new presence in Zhengzhou by Moc Design Office translates Chinese tradition to younger generations.
New York City – Designed by Stonehill Taylor, 512 guestrooms give Eero Saarinen’s TWA terminal a brand new function.
Mol, Belgium – Kempense Golf Club owners wanted to use their restaurant terrace year-round. Italian bespoke outdoor structures brand KE showed them how.
Amsterdam – To hotelier Liran Wizman and architect Piero Lissoni, tension is a good thing, while business-as-usual is bad. Here are the key takeaways from their Frame Lab talk.
Barcombe, England – The Fuselage cabins by Tree Tents International pose an accessible, sustainable alternative to temporary glamping experiences.
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