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VALENCIA, Spain – When it comes to ‘family-friendly’ retail and hospitality, is it possible to deliver a customer experience that doesn’t sacrifice parental and employee …
Shenzhen, China – Inspired by restaurant Gaga Chef’s chef-in-residence concept, the interior has been designed to highlight the beauty in difference.
AMSTERDAM – Arket’s ID codes transform product labels into product stories online, but managing director Lars Axelsson explains why you won’t find that in-store.
Paris – Boris Devis translates the Art-Deco legacy of the Poiret fashion house for the modern era of Instagram.
Madrid – Antoni Pallejà Office creates a hybridized retail space for Sivasdescalzo with a focus on blending industrial and luxury materials to match its products.
BEIJING, China – Cun Design transforms an abandoned factory into a sophisticated and innovative commercial space for fashion designers and buyers.
Bayreuth, Germany – The Bayreuth Youth Hostel designed by LAVA redefines the open-plan concept with its barrier-free environment for entertainment, comfort and communication.
Rotterdam – In the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Anne Hardy fills a site-specific colourscape with an assemblage of found objects that take on a strange new meaning.
WUXI, China – Skilful use of light and materials give an interesting twist to the exhibition, offering a luxurious atmosphere and expression of time and space.
TORONTO – Housed in a former textile and knitting factory, Slack’s new workspace finds the common thread between the building’s past and present.
SYDNEY – Bathtubs become set pieces in the innovative Artedomus showroom which won the Frame Awards people’s vote in its retail category.
Amsterdam – Spread over two days, Frame Lab incited the curiosity of nearly 1,000 visitors and provided a platform for the exchange of knowledge from industry leaders themselves.
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