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Pennington, Australia – Adelaide-based designers Genesin Studio combine Vietnamese food with South Australian culture in restaurant Viet Next Door.
New York – Linda Bergroth's pavilion design for the Finnish Cultural Insitute in New York incorporates concepts of the circular economy.
Amsterdam – More than 100 outstanding projects submitted across five categories were celebrated for their spatial ingenuity. Congratulations to all contestants!
Frame founder and director Robert Thiemann's main takeaway is that co-creation will be essential to the next decade of design.
More than just a physical accolade, our Better Future Factory-designed awards are a reflection of Frame’s ethos of sustainability and innovation.
Amsterdam – Day one of Frame Awards 2020 was jam-packed with insights, innovation-thinking and interpersonal connection – this is our highlight reel.
Can biomaterials be the basis of building a sustainable economy? The Faber Futures founder-director will dive into the question with other innovators during the event.
During Frame Awards' 2020 day programme, Gemma Ruse of StudioXAG will explain how the studio creates retail moments that live in memory longer than they do on the shop floor.
Brescia – Landini Associates developed a superstore for Italian company Esselunga that challenges traditional grocery layouts and puts emphasis on food production.
Qingdao, China – Ippolito Fleitz Group delivers a maritime-themed sales centre with oceanic views to promote the nautical lifestyle.
Milan – Spazio Maiocchi’s Gonzalez Haase AAS-designed display platform Artifact proposes ‘a new and more dynamic role for today’s cultural institutions’.
Barcelona – Arquitectura-G took a site and transformed it into a shared, flexible workplace while retaining its industrial spirit.
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