Articles tagged Science


The future of biodesign? It's all about collaboration

Biodesign is still an emergent field. To help it stir a supply chain revolution, design, science and business minds need to work together, concur a Frame Awards 2020 panel.


Five Days of Frame #116: 20 visions that frame the future

TRENDS – From bacterial materials to empathetic objects: in Frame #116 we go beyond the conventional scope of design to find 20 visions of tomorrow backed by science.

Experimentarium by CEBRA. Photos Adam Mørk

CEBRA’s lavish copper staircase is a beacon for sparking curiosity

HELLERUP – An intervention of Experimentarium in Denmark has doubled the size of the science museum, changing the design from an introverted building to an engaging attraction.


Hongjie Yang concocts an alternative aesthetic from a union of art, nature and science

EINDHOVEN – Hongjie Yang discusses lab-grown human materials, alternative aesthetics and the future of the industry. 

Shedding skin for the sake of art on Ghostpoet's album cover.

Shedding Skin by Ghostpoet

British musician Obaro Ejimiwe, aka Ghostpoet, went further than most in the pursuit of his art when he contributed his own skin cells to create the cover for his third album, which was released …

Ito’s Science Hills occupy a former factory site in Komatsu, a Japanese manufacturing hub.

Science Hills Komatsu by Mari Ito/UAo

KOMATSU – Mari Ito’s winning design for Science Hills Komatsu is rich with sustainable technologies and continues the Japanese dialogue on landform building.

With Gravity, designers can sketch shapes in real space.

Gravity by RCA students

Students from the Royal College of Art are taking drawing into the third dimension.

The staircase zigzags back and forth across the atrium of the Anne-Marie Edward Science Building. Olivier Blouin.

Orange Staircase

Designed by Canadian firm Saucier + Perrotte Architectes as part of a project for the John Abbott College, this angular staircase winds its aesthetic magic

Woodwardian Collection: ‘Recent Bodies’, gift from Dr John Woodward (1665–1728). From the collection of Agostino Scilla (1629–1700) © 2011. Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. Photo: Eva-Louise Fowler

Discoveries: Art, Science and Exploration

It’s no secret that university museums boast collections that are just as impressive as their larger public counterparts. Save yourself the train fare to Cambridge and drop by Two Temple Place to …

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