Interiors

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Soft borders: how to use curtains to create dynamic work environments

Curtains could be the solution for creating post-pandemic workspaces that feel safe, sensual and inspiring – spaces that feel neither fully open nor shut off.

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How will we shop in the future? A retail-experience consultant, fitout specialist and VR expert look ahead

As stores begin to reopen in some areas and remain shuttered (or have been reshuttered) in others, we hear three different perspectives on retail’s recovery.

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Still trying to design your work-from-home set-up? Check out these options

Ergonomic designs from Vitra, Pedrali, Montana and more invite at-home workers to think about a more intentional office space.

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Why lab-like interiors are newly relevant in the midst of the COVID crisis

Shanghai – Automation – which has been suggested as one way to alleviate interaction between makers and goods – defines the design of Das Lab’s concept store for Holiland, one …

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Openings: Kenzo in NYC, Louis Vuitton in Rotterdam, Uniqlo in Tokyo and more

Now that markets are beginning to reopen, new retail spaces are beginning to emerge in cities all over the world.

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Out Now: Frame 135 – The Post-Pandemic Playbook

How can spatial design help sectors survive and thrive through the pandemic? It's a question we set out to find an answer to in our July/August 2020 issue.

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Despite COVID-related safety measures, SO-IL was able to keep its intervention at Lisbon’s MAAT museum intact

Lisbon – While many venues have had to dilute their designs in order to reopen after lockdown, MAAT museum’s makeover by SO-IL was able to live up to the architects’ original …

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How can design open the door to diversity?

Our #FrameLive panel discussed why the media has to promote new role models, the power of BAME entrepreneurship and the need to make more noise with Bhavin Taylor and Stephen Burks.

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How is the wellness industry impacting the design of clinical spaces?

In our Frame 130 issue, Axis Mundi examines the impact a more holistic attitude to health will leave on these spaces.

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How Vola draws parallels between fixtures and interiors to help users focus on wellness

To highlight the launch of its 27th product colour and finish, the Danish tap manufacturer set a wellness-focused stage in the Belgian countryside.

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Inflatable attire by designer Fred Erik suits our society up for social distancing

Inspired by the pufferfish, Fred Erik’s Sufficient Space suits warns the wearer’s bystanders with an acoustic signal when they come too close.

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Forget trade fairs, Note Design Studio is going direct to consumer

Stockholm – Frustrated with the furniture industry’s complex supply chain, the Swedish studio wants to offer their fans something more intimate. 

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