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Will our furniture touch us back one day? This Frame Lab speaker thinks so

Amsterdam – Gijs Huisman, the co-founder of House of Haptics co-founder, is speaking for the Intuitive Tech content track on the challenges of creating phygital spaces.

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Here are the best furniture re-editions from this year’s IMM Cologne

Cologne – From Mies van der Rohe to Gropius, from Thonet to Vitra, here are our favourite re-editions from the 2019 IMM Cologne fair.

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With MO Museum, Studio Libeskind gives setting to Lithuania’s cultural story

Vilnius – The private institution reflects the past, present and future of the nation’s artists, inviting locals and tourists to understand Lithuanian heritage even better. 

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There are more tattooed people than ever, and this parlour celebrates the stigma shift

New York City – To upend the traditional typology of tattoo studios, Bang Bang NYC’s new flagship interiors aesthetically parallel ink against skin.

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A gym located inside a design district lives up to its landlord

Dubai – Located in the Dubai Design District (D3), the Warehouse Gym by VSHD Design can increase your heart rate in more than one way.

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This click-and-mortar shop optimizes floor space by turning fitting rooms into hallways

Shanghai – Daylab Studio came up with a simple solution that has a large impact on how a Chinese e-tailer uses their limited floor space.

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With marble and metal, the newest Valextra store brings Milan to Miami

Miami – Designed by Aranda\Lasch, the Bal Harbour location of the leather goods brand showcases a different type of sensuality in the Florida spot.

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Following the mattress market? Don’t sleep on the rise of Kansas City

Kansas City – As part of its click-and-mortar strategy, DTC mattress company Tuft & Needle is opening residential-like showrooms in unexpected locations.

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In Seoul, this five-storey residential project breaks all the rules

Seoul – A residential project by STPMJ architects reveals an unconventional way of building homes in dense areas of South Korea.

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Frame Awards judge Paola Navone wonders whether we’ll need objects in the future

Milan – Perpetual traveller – and part of our 2019 Residences category jury– Paola Navone contemplates fun, frittatas and an object-free future.

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UNStudio reconsiders the role of the architect in Knowledge Matters

Amsterdam – In their Frame Publishers book, the UNStudio founders discuss how network knowledge permeated through several of their projects.

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In Shanghai, these teahouse treehouses emerge from a forest of terrazzo

Shanghai – Linehouse has turned a former factory with double-height walls into a teahouse made of private booths that appear suspended on air.