Articles tagged Out Now

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Out Now: Frame 135 – The Post-Pandemic Playbook

How can spatial design help sectors survive and thrive through the pandemic? It's a question we set out to find an answer to in our July/August 2020 issue.

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Out Now: Frame 134 – Towards Off-Grid Travel

With the travel industry upended by the COVID-19 crisis, it may seem like a strange time to address hospitality. Though, in Frame 134, we prophetically centre on remote hospitality. 

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Out Now: Frame 132 – How offices are battling burnout

We explore how workspaces can support mental heatlh, what it takes to reboot a heritage brand, the lessons from WeWork's downfall and much more in our first issue of the new decade.

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Out Now: Frame 131 – How co-living can expand its appeal

We address pertinent questions about shared space, peak with Cutwork, MoMa's Ramona Bronkar Bannayan and Axel Arigato’s Max Svärdh among other industry leaders and showcase Chinese hospitality's …

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Out Now: Frame 130 – Physical Retail Saves the Planet

The September/October issue of Frame marks a new chapter in the magazine's history, thanks to an editorial and visual redesign.

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Out Now: Frame 124 – The New Eco-Travel: Circular. Clever. Confident

Amsterdam – The newest print issue of Frame gives the green light to a series of groundbreaking eco-tourism projects. 

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New book alert: Legacy brings together generations of creatives in dialogue

Amsterdam – In our newest book, available on pre-sale now, Lukas Feireiss pairs up creators, connectors and thinkers to discuss the matter of creative legacy.

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Out Now: Frame 123 – Work. Wherever

AMSTERDAM – The Jul/Aug issue of Frame magazine explores how the notion of the workspace is changing as offices expand their amenities exponentially.

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Out Now: Frame 122 – The World's Best Interiors

AMSTERDAM – Analysing the winning projects of this year’s Frame Awards, the May/June issue of Frame reports what’s happening in interior design today.

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Joy and other expressions of the new wave of ceramics

OBJECTS – In his latest book New Wave Clay, Tom Morris breaks down the liberalizing force revitalizing ceramic design.

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What I’ve Learned: Life stories and lessons from leading creatives

With the launch of Frame's newest book, take a sneak peek into the insights on teaching, sustainability and the future of design from leaders of the industry.

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Discover invaluable life lessons from leaders in the design industry

Get 20% off when you preorder What I’ve Learned and immerse yourself in this compilation of reflections, stories and experiences of top industry leaders

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