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Answer the Frame Challenge, and you could be featured online in conjunction with the Frame 119 Nov/Dec issue.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – AeroMorph is an inflatable folding mechanism developed by a team of MIT Media Lab researchers with game-changing industry implications.
LONDON – Designed by Gensler, the Hyundai Capital office invites employees to co-opt the space and make it their own.
PARIS – Pondering the life lessons of flea markets, ugly sofas and French snobbery, Inga Sempé concludes that patience is a designer’s greatest virtue.
LONDON – Frame brings Sensorial Shelter by Mayra Sérgio to Gaggenau’s London showroom, for a conversation on coffee culture and the evocative power of food.
MACAU – In the Galaxy Macau resort, Cha Bei (Standard Chinese for teacup) is a unique space for dining, shopping, and lessons in baking and cake-decorating.
BEIJING – The delicate white-lace walls by Archstudio make getting a manicure at Lily Nails Salon feel like being inside a manicure.
Inspired by Elon Musk’s plans for space colonization, for Frame 114 we asked five young designers to create an essential travel item for a trip to Mars.
ANTWERP – The artist’s latest exhibition at Middelheim Museum challenges assumptions of contemporary sculpture by returning to past forms in order to create new ones.
MADRID – Trapezoidal doors and neon contrast with natural wood in the Movistar eSports Centre, combining retro-futuristic aesthetics with physical comfort.
Amsterdam-based Italian duo Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin of Formafantasma track their evolution in five turning-point projects.
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