Articles tagged Netherlands

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Here are six reasons why the live judging at the Frame Awards is not to be missed

Why is the live-judging process such an integral part of the Frame Awards? Here are six reasons why you should definitely be there.

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For DDW 2019: Here is the shortlist for the Frame x Bolon Design Challenge

Eindhoven – For this year’s Frame Design Challenge at the Dutch Design Week, we’ve partnered with Bolon to showcase the possibilities of the Diversity collection.

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Five reasons to submit your work to the Frame Awards 2020

From brand exposure to expanding your network and growing your business, here are five reasons to showcase your projects at the Frame Awards 2020.

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In Amsterdam, a high-tech HQ gives employees a phygital personal user journey

Amsterdam – Fokkema & Partners Architecten created a tailored office – one that doesn’t look or feel like a workspace – for Edge Technologies’ new home base in the Dutch …

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In Amsterdam Noord, this British lightship was turned into a permanent home

Amsterdam – Lightship 12 was renovated and restored by OTH Architecten over 12 years to give a Dutch media entrepreneur and his family a unique residential space in the crowded city.

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A renovated Montessori school in Amsterdam creates spaces for interaction

Amsterdam – Heren 5 Architecten revives a building’s intended light and space for students and teachers at De Scholekster Montessori school.

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The new headquarters of a sneaker company in the Netherlands gets employees moving

Hoofddorp, The Netherlands – Designed by Powerhouse Company and RED Company, the new ASICS EMEA headquarters was created for the employees wellbeing. 

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Sharing (space) is caring – especially when designing effective offices

Amsterdam – BDG Architecture + Design breathed new life into Amsterdam’s Rivierstaete building to unify 15 agencies of British company WPP under one roof.

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Once again, Ace & Tate gets creative with its localised interior nods

Groningen, Netherlands – OS & OOS didn’t shy away from using a regionally sourced natural material to help place an Ace & Tate store among a new locale.

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Alcoholic – and spatial – mixology come together in this new Amsterdam bar

Amsterdam – The world-renowned, London-based Mr Lyan bars introduced themselves in the Dutch capital with nostalgic interiors that flaunt contemporary twists.

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Hermès goes bigger and better in Amsterdam – in a landmark location

Amsterdam – Responsible for the French luxury house’s interiors worldwide, RDAI’s Denis Montel talks about why the Dutch capital’s new Hermès store is unique.

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Forget clay: these delftware vases are made from human tissue

Eindhoven – Hongjie Yang's Semi-Human Delft Blue vases, made with human cells, were engineered with a process used for cancer research.