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'We don’t have spiritually uplifting, secular spaces in our culture and there is a need'

In New Wave Clay, ceramicist Sandy Brown explains why she uses the natural medium to create spiritual moments.

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Working from home resulting in a surplus of used coffee grounds? Turn them into snacks

The Coffee Snacks from Space10's Future Food Today are a creative way to reuse food waste.

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Reporting From: our Head of Content’s Amsterdam home office-meets-Michelin-starred-restaurant

Amsterdam – Frame's Floor Kuitert recounts how she was able to make her boyfriend's birthday special in spite of staying at home, with help from the local hospitality industry.

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Our Designer of the Year – Note Design Studio – has mastered the art of moderation

At Frame Awards 2020, the Stockholm-based team was presented with the honorary title.

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Why connection and engagement in retail ceases to exist without storytelling

At Frame Awards 2020, StudioXAG’s Gemma Ruse shared six ways that designers and retailers can maximize the value of the pop-up experience. Watch the talk now.

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Launching a co-living space in a period of self-isolation

Singapore – Ministry of Design’s Canvas House co-living project was just opening its doors – and then the world went into lockdown.

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Architects usher an Enlightenment-era cultural venue into modern-day Amsterdam

Amsterdam – Studio i29 and Math Architecten refurbish Amsterdam’s Felix Meritis institution, built in 1788, combining preservation with contemporary updates.

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Print? Digital? A Frame Awards-winning project took The New York Times spatial

New York City – Embodying investigative journalism from NYC's five boroughs, Local Projects' The Truth is Local for The New York Times was awarded Set Design of the Year.

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‘I want to use technology to bring people away from their screens into the physical world’

Daan Lucas’ Frame Awards 2020 talk explains how spatial design can provide a context for brands to use technology to build more authentic relationships with their audience.

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Why Kenzo’s plastic AW20 set is a symbol for Bureau Betak’s commitment to the planet

Paris – The tubular build-out for the set will be reused ad infinitum, in accordance with a new sustainability pledge made by Alexandre de Betak and his agency.

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How architect Tomas Dirrix uses scenography to create spaces for art

Brussels – Dirrix talks on the topic of designing spaces for art, reflecting on his scenographic installation at the Brussels contemporary art fair Collectible. 

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Let the work of this interior designer-turned-ceramicist fuel your creative fire

Ashley Hicks explains how working on a small scale and working with inexpensive materials can feed invention.