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Milan – Leading designers and creatives share their perspectives on how the design of tomorrow will evolve to better serve people and the planet.
London – Happier with a spreadsheet than a 3D modelling program, Christopher Jenner has a distinctly hands-on approach to running his business.
COPENHAGEN – What does Muuto’s purchase by US-based Knoll mean for a company that adheres strictly to its Scandinavian roots?
SAN FRANCISCO – Frame speaks to Primo Orpilla, co-founder of Studio O+A, about the challenges and drivers of contemporary workplace design.
Munich – For German designer Stefan Diez, his home and studio are fluid spaces that combine work, socializing and family.
Yokohama, Japan – Hibinosekkei + Youji no Shiro, the studio behind some beautiful kindergartens in Japan, has a surprising philosophy on learning spaces for young children.
London – Part of an underrepresented group of designers, Londoner Yinka Ilori playfully challenges pressing social issues.
FRAME 120 – Clint Baclawski transforms photographic images into 3D light installations, morphing the commercial billboard into an object of contemplation.
Amsterdam – Alongside the interactive exhibits at Frame Lab, DUS Architects and Aectual founder Hans Vermeulen will address the topic, ‘Will we live in 3D-printed houses?’
EINDHOVEN, Netherlands – The Digital Realists exhibition design by Modebelofte presents the augmented, multilayered world experienced by digital natives.
Frame 116 – 'The retail sector is like a miniature version of society', say Judy Cheung and Christoph Vogl, the duo behind Cheungvogl Architects.
FRAME 115 – Freedom, discipline, protest and conservatism: a life of contrasts taught Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni to be open in the creative process.
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