In three short months, the world has witnessed major sporting events, a plane disappear into thin air and much more. Perhaps not as exciting as the energetic springs, gluttonous summers and studious autumns we are accustomed to, the winter and new year allow us to start fresh.
With a non-stop calendar starting at IMM Cologne, IDS, Maison & Object and Stockholm Design Week and moving onto Design Days Dubai, the industry reveals its latest innovations before conquering Milan’s Salone del Mobile and Fuori Salone in April. At this pivotal point in the year, Frame looks back through social media platforms to select the 10 most read web articles, published between January and March.
The quattro Festkogl Alm, located in the Obergurgl-Hochgurgl ski region is a newly designed restaurant that has been realized by Munich-based Designliga.
Challenging common perception, Berlin-based Elisa Strozyk makes solid wood malleable – with carpets, blankets, cabinets, lamps and even upholstery.
Students at Iceland Academy of the Arts had a design rendezvous with the Icelandic Forestry recently and came up with a bunch of snazzy product designs.
Spools of thread and sewing machines aren’t the typical tools of choice for designers Fredrik Färg and Emma Marga Blanche, who are far from doing things traditionally.
Kengo Kuma’s new teashop and café for Jugetsudo is located in Ginza above Tokyo’s Kabuki Theatre, one of the most prestigious cultural spots in Japan.
Climbing through the 3D grid created by design collective Numen/For Use’s, visitors feel the immensity of space.
As talent starts to seep out of Eindhoven’s city limits, celebrated designers like Roderick Vos have set up shop in nearby Den Bosch.
Without walls, men and women can finally share their domestic environments as Louise Campbell’s Das Haus reconciles many physical and emotional disparities.
One week ahead of Design March in Reykjavik, we met up with Icelandic designer Þórunn Árnadóttir, whose cute candle concept caught our attention.
Photos courtesy of the designers