Interiors

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Here's why you can't miss out on being part of the Frame Awards 2020 community

With submissions complete, we're busy reviewing 1,070 inspiring projects from 50+ countries. Whether you're a designer, maker or user of spaces, keep up to date: the longlist, shortlist and …

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Have a vision for the Agile Workspace 2.0? Enter the Frame x ORGATEC Challenge

Frame and ORGATEC challenge today’s leading designers to give shape to tomorrow’s agile office.

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How this flooring fair focuses on helping us feel – and live – better

Hannover – Domotex 2020's theme this year is Atmysphere, which invites exhibitors to present organic and sustainable flooring products that promote not just wellness, but wellbeing.

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Using synthetic hair as a medium led this artist to spatial design

Icelandic artist Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir, a.k.a. Shoplifter, talks about growing up in the 1980s, using hair extensions as a medium and how to be serious without standing on ceremony. 

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To connect with nature, a young couple moved to a national park on the Brazilian coast

Serra de Bocaína, Brazil – Caio Antunes and Marcella Zambardino have been building a self-sufficient house in harmony with the natural environment of Sao Paulo national park.

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An architecture firm created a ball pit for adults using recyclable plastic spheres

Washington D.C. – At the National Building Museum’s Great Hall in Washington, Snarkitecture created an interactive installation called The Beach.

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Why surfacing is an essential consideration for the design of therapeutic spaces

Warsaw – For healing and hygienic purposes, Open Architekci installed Artigo's colourful, comfortable rubber Kayar flooring throughout the University Clinical Centre at the Medical …

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Club Culture: Why luxury retailers want to transform customers into ‘members’

In a shift appropriate to the current now economy, fashion industry players such as Hermès, Prada and Saint Laurent are investing in a form of graduated pop-up: the luxury branded club.

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This Beijing gym addresses the need for user-unique training paths

Beijing – For M-Fit, Ramoprimo designed a two-storey space that allows exercisers to creatively choose their own circuits.

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Sticking to a digital-first business model can mean brick-and-mortar success

In our newest issue, Axel Arigato cofounder and creative director Max Svärdh sheds light on the Swedish streetwear brand's innovative way of treating brick-and-mortar shops.

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Tech sells: here’s why Harrods is investing in its electronics department in a big way

London – The British retailer worked with Gensler to build an experiential, immersive electronics department that expands its previous one by nearly 80 per cent.

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How two South Korean designers are responding to their nation’s ‘loss of culture and tradition’

Seoul – Even though Seoul’s Café Oriente is a celebration of traditional Korean beauty, Labotory finds a way to make the intimate space resonate with contemporary-minded visitors.