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Frame founder and director Robert Thiemann's main takeaway is that co-creation will be essential to the next decade of design.
Amsterdam – Day one of Frame Awards 2020 was jam-packed with insights, innovation-thinking and interpersonal connection – this is our highlight reel.
Brescia – Landini Associates developed a superstore for Italian company Esselunga that challenges traditional grocery layouts and puts emphasis on food production.
Qingdao, China – Ippolito Fleitz Group delivers a maritime-themed sales centre with oceanic views to promote the nautical lifestyle.
Milan – Spazio Maiocchi’s Gonzalez Haase AAS-designed display platform Artifact proposes ‘a new and more dynamic role for today’s cultural institutions’.
Osaka – Honouring its 'unique ties' with Japan, the French luxury fashion house unveiled an unprecedented café and restaurant in its new Osaka flagship.
Portland, USA – Nike designer Niek Pulles explains the tactile approach that the exploratory sub-brand ISPA takes in appealing to the consumer of the future.
Stockholm – During Stockholm Design Week, Swedish design brand Hem unveiled the new workspace it collaborated with Atelier Paul Vaugoyeau to create.
Liverpool – Virgin Holidays’ V-Room uses experiential retail concepts to encourage customers to book in-store, rather than online.
Tokyo – Architect Moriyuki Ociai bends aluminium to create a luminous sculptural celing for Crystalscape beauty salon.
Helsinki – A self-service post that offers convenience, customer service and a visually-compelling spatial experience? It exists now in Helsinki.
A talk by the creative during our day programme will explain why it’s valuable for spatial design to invest in building bridges between virtual and physical worlds.
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