Articles tagged Q&A


Showing Versace: ‘designs must be neither invisible nor invasive’

New York City – With the restyling of Versace’s 5th Avenue store, the Italian fashion house looks to its compatriots at EC Studio to display the luxury accessories in the best …


Making moves: Muuto’s new perspective

COPENHAGEN – What does Muuto’s purchase by US-based Knoll mean for a company that adheres strictly to its Scandinavian roots?

The Inteltion office in Bangkok, designed by Onion. Photo Wison Tungthunya

Dynamic, responsive and nurturing: Dive into today’s workplace

SAN FRANCISCO – Frame speaks to Primo Orpilla, co-founder of Studio O+A, about the challenges and drivers of contemporary workplace design.


The importance of danger and dirt: Hibinosekkei on kindergarten design

Yokohama, Japan – Hibinosekkei + Youji no Shiro, the studio behind some beautiful kindergartens in Japan, has a surprising philosophy on learning spaces for young children.


Inside Modebelofte’s interpretation of the way millennials see the world

EINDHOVEN, Netherlands – The Digital Realists exhibition design by Modebelofte presents the augmented, multilayered world experienced by digital natives.


Cheungvogl on the social relevance of physical space

Frame 116 – 'The retail sector is like a miniature version of society', say Judy Cheung and Christoph Vogl, the duo behind Cheungvogl Architects.

Harmony at Expo 2015, by TeamLab. Photo TeamLab

Five industry leaders reflect on old challenges and new trends in stand design

As Frame launches Grand Stand 6, dive into what some of the featured designers have to say about the ever-expanding field of stand design.


Designing for the workplace of the future (with Robin Rizzini of Metrica)

Intrigued by the innovative Woods collection developed in partnership with Fantoni, Frame reaches out to Metrica’s chief designer and partner Robin Rizzini.


How a city park and lost 1888s floor plans reshape Amsterdam’s Hotel Arena

AMSTERDAM – Looking backwards to move forwards, the extension of Hotel Arena makes history and locality its guiding forces.


Create your own Volume of Light at the Frankfurt Book Fair

Frankfurt – On 13 October, The Arts+ visitors can participate in an interactive photography session with Frame x Thomas Brown.


Vescom design director Christiane Müller: on innovation and her process

AMSTERDAM – ‘Form and function go hand in hand,’ says Christiane Müller, as she explains the creative process which begins long before the embossing rollers roll.


A (tea) blend of retail and hospitality – Q&A with Puccini's Rob Polacek

MACAU – In the Galaxy Macau resort, Cha Bei (Standard Chinese for teacup) is a unique space for dining, shopping, and lessons in baking and cake-decorating.

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