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The design of Club Med's HQ in Shanghai was inspired by a swimming pool

Shanghai – 100Architects recreates a sunny holiday feel in its design for a Club Med office.

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A Thailand-based chocolate factory shows how to attract more tourists

Hua Hin, Thailand – Party/Space/Design builds a chocolate palace that is a destination inspired by the history of its location.

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3D scanning adds layers of meaning to the first Chinese chippy

Chengdu – For Scotts, a chip shop in Chengdu, Unknown Works created a remixed version of the archetypal British eateries rather than a caricature.

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Best of: Product picks from Dutch Design Week 2019

Eindhoven – DDW19 showcased a plethora of conceptually driven, aesthetically pleasing products installed in inspiring spaces to boot.

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What do Marie Kondo and a pair of Chinese architects have in common?

Beijing – BANDe Architects' GreenMonster Lab is a multifunctional cultural space that aims to give urbanites a rest from the stresses of life in central Beijing.

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How to encourage conversation in a workspace? Build intelligently

Melbourne – Australian architecture firm Studio Tate designed Our Community House, a co-working space that uses intelligent planning to bring different employers together. 

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Why designing for data is key to creating resilient communities

Projects by Space10 and UNStudio show how user-owned data networks can support the creation of innovative and highly adaptive habitation.

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Openings: Retail destinations from Louis Vuitton, Celine, The Conran Shop, among others

Retail Openings is back with new store spaces from luxury fashion houses, furniture companies and lifestyle labels.

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Here's why you can't miss out on being part of the Frame Awards 2020 community

With submissions complete, we're busy reviewing 1,070 inspiring projects from 50+ countries. Whether you're a designer, maker or user of spaces, keep up to date: the longlist, shortlist and …

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Have a vision for the Agile Workspace 2.0? Enter the Frame x ORGATEC Challenge

Frame and ORGATEC challenge today’s leading designers to give shape to tomorrow’s agile office.

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Using synthetic hair as a medium led this artist to spatial design

Icelandic artist Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir, a.k.a. Shoplifter, talks about growing up in the 1980s, using hair extensions as a medium and how to be serious without standing on ceremony. 

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To connect with nature, a young couple moved to a national park on the Brazilian coast

Serra de Bocaína, Brazil – Caio Antunes and Marcella Zambardino have been building a self-sufficient house in harmony with the natural environment of Sao Paulo national park.