Articles tagged Residential

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Three ways furniture manufacturers are remaining relevant during lockdown

As the home becomes the focal point for consumers’ daily lives, furniture brands are figuring out how to help them feel more in control of their environment.

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From sofa to stadium: how exercise and e-sports might impact the home

The current emphasis on at-home exercise is transforming not just how keep fit, but also how (and where) we take part in competitive sport.

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Reporting From: our Head of Content’s Amsterdam home office-meets-Michelin-starred-restaurant

Amsterdam – Frame's Floor Kuitert recounts how she was able to make her boyfriend's birthday special in spite of staying at home, with help from the local hospitality industry.

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Launching a co-living space in a period of self-isolation

Singapore – Ministry of Design’s Canvas House co-living project was just opening its doors – and then the world went into lockdown.

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Why our Emerging Designer of the Year also went home with the House of the Year award

Tulum – The winning project, a Tulum residence by Roth Architecture, bucks prefabrication and intuits user needs. Read what the jury had to say.

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Residential showrooms can be impersonal and uninspiring. Not this one

Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong – Studio Bean Buro took an empathetic and personable approach to a commercial showroom project for a Hong Kong developer.

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The domestic domain is changing. Here’s what Vitra’s CEO thinks you should know

At Frame Awards 2020, Vitra CEO Nora Fehlbaum charted recent shifts in home design and offered her insight into where we’re headed next. 

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Architects create a modern Danish longhouse for a single-family residence

Fanø, Denmark – Lenschow & Pihlmann illustrates a modern application of the architectural typology with a 198-sq-m single-family residence on Fanø.

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Why this Parisian apartment eschews walls for curved wooden partitions

Paris – Curved plywood walls delineate space in a 19th-century Haussmannian apartment updated by Toledano + Architects.

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Key takeaways from the first day of Frame Awards 2020

Amsterdam – Day one of Frame Awards 2020 was jam-packed with insights, innovation-thinking and interpersonal connection – this is our highlight reel.

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A centuries-old mill, a millennium-old site: this film captures a timeless conversion

Wiltshire, England – For the fourth in a series of short films about architecture and design, Vola zooms in on McLaren Excell’s transformation of an English water mill into a …

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A palace-turned-university residence breathes life into an architectural monument

Granada, Spain – Martin Lejarraga Oficina de Arquitectura converts two 19th-century palaces in Spain into student residences, adding a touch of whimsy in the process.