Articles tagged Process

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5 Days of Frame #117 – The studio is the product, and vice versa

NEW YORK CITY – London-based architecture collective Assemble transforms an outdoor courtyard at A/D/O into a ‘model factory’ made from the same materials as its products.

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Jo Nagasaka's design approach focuses on the 'renewal of knowledge'

Amsterdam – The new book of Jo Nagasaka / Schemata Architects reveals the designer's processes and inspiration in a series of personal essays and a timeline of creative projects.

 

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Extracts from Jo Nagasaka's new book offer an exclusive preview into the designer's process

Take a look inside the new book of Jo Nagasaka / Schemata Architects. It offers readers insight into the Japanese designer's concepts and processes. Order your copy now at frame.shop/books!

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In conversation with the creators of Studio O+A's new book

San Francisco – Offering unique insight into their design firm, the O+A co-founders have curated an exceptional book about workspace design. We spoke to them to find out more.


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Jo Nagasaka describes the design process of Schemata Architects in his new book

Amsterdam – Frame's newest book is by Jo Nagasaka, offering insight into his creative design process and detailing the story of Schemata Architects. Order now at frame.shop/books!

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Five Days of Frame #115: Behind Mark Laban’s primitive approach to cutting-edge design

PROCESS – As part of the exclusive content for the release of our March/April issue, we show you the making of the Rustic Stool by Mark Laban, featured in Frame #115.

Fire Wall by Bekkring Adams Architects. Photos Bekkring Adams Architects
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3D printing is making an impression on concrete

MATERIALS – Bekkering Adams tests the partnership of concrete and technology in a tangible way, with the proposal Fire Wall.

Paul Barbera's book is a behind-the-scenes look at the creative process in Japan (photo: Josh Dickinson).
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Exploring Japanese creativity through the lens of photographer Paul Barbera

NEW YORK – Where They Create: Japan offers insight into the environments and working processes of the most creative minds in Japan. We caught up with the man behind the photos – Paul Barbera – …

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Interview with Ben van Berkel about his new book Knowledge Matters published by Frame

AMSTERDAM – In 2013, UNStudio organised itself as an 'open-source architecture studio'. Sharing the outcome of the move in this interview, Ben van Berkel also discusses his new book Knowledge …

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UNStudio's spiralling column 'helix' forms Arnhem's inviting station hall

ARNHEM – The Arnhem station floats again to the fore as the frontline subject of an app which goes hand-in-hand with the publication.

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UNStudio's companion app accompanies new book released by Frame Publishers: Knowledge Matters

Knowledge Matters by Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos – available now in the Frame online store – has a companion app Spaces of Flow released on the same day that focuses on …

The structure stands for more than is visible to the eye.
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Tom Emerson’s ETH students build floating Pavilion of Reflections for Manifesta 11

ZÜRICH – The ETH professor and architect Tom Emerson whose students designed and built the impressive pavilion for Manifesta 11 speaks to Mark about the philosophy behind his work.