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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – AeroMorph is an inflatable folding mechanism developed by a team of MIT Media Lab researchers with game-changing industry implications.
PARIS – Pondering the life lessons of flea markets, ugly sofas and French snobbery, Inga Sempé concludes that patience is a designer’s greatest virtue.
Amsterdam-based Italian duo Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin of Formafantasma track their evolution in five turning-point projects.
Eugeni Quitllet tells Frame a tale of two cities as he oscillates between the pace of Paris and the peace of Barcelona to balance daily life.
A physical stage, a virtual database, and an AR device – Maya Pindeus elaborates on her concept for the Frame Challenge, Tomorrow’s Workplace.
Objects – At Denfair 2017, MAP’s new collection of tables, seating, and storage solutions as well as its new direction under Schiavello were revealed for the first time.
PEOPLE – Having arrived from the shores of Australia, a background in graphic design shapes Studio Truly Truly’s eloquently expressive multidisciplinary practice.
If you’ve designed or manufactured a great product in the last five years, find out how you could be featured in the newest edition of our Goods book.
AMSTERDAM – Three Enriched Office environments at Schiphol airport use waterbenches and UV tables for greater attentiveness and improved workflow.
NEW YORK CITY – Interior designers have fought against the label ‘decorators’, but American product designers seem more than happy to fulfil that role.
COPENHAGEN – As the best of Danish design steps into the spotlight for the first three days of June, Frame presents some of the most interesting ones to discover.
LONDON – In this year's edition of the event, from bathroom to kitchen to office, one notion is conspicuous by its presence: adaptability.
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