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Herefordshire, England – Young photographer, Luke Evans, left London to move into an old barn in a countryside inhabited only by 1.600 people.
Tianjin, China – 311 Photography Studio, designed by Salone del Salon, turned an old cotton factory in Tianjin into a high-tech photo studio.
Shanghai – Quarta & Armando created a central wall unit that allows a Shanghai photo studio to stretch the amount of social media-friendly setups for variety-hungry customers.
Seoul – Inside of the Lotte Department Store in Seoul, local firm Labotory designed a shutter-friendly retail space that sells cameras, photographs and photo books.
Beijing – For digital influencers in one of the world's largest shopping markets, portrait studios are getting an upgrade, by way of Daylab.
Boston – Clint Baclawski transforms photographic images into 3D light installations, morphing the commercial billboard into an object of contemplation.
Frankfurt – On 13 October, The Arts+ visitors can participate in an interactive photography session with Frame x Thomas Brown.
AMSTERDAM – Dutch still-life photographer Rein Janssen explains how he transformed the magazine theme Home-Grown Hospitality into an ‘appetizing’ image.
SHIGA – In his hometown and apparently his architectural playground, Kouichi Kimura designed a residence for a photographer.
AMSTERDAM – We speak to Studio Qiu Yang about his inspiration and creative process for the last four Frame cover photos.
PARIS – The residences on Rue Championnet were built during the Haussmann era of the mid-19th century, with each structure mimicking the appearance of the next.
ROTTERDAM – Photographer Floor Knaapen gives a behind-the-scenes exclusive from the Sabine Marcelis feature in our newly released March/April issue.
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