Articles tagged Sunday books

The timber stand was designed by A1 Architects for Vittore.

Sunday Books: Vittore Stand by A1 Architects

Lenka Křemenová and David Maštálka of A1 Architects appeared in Grand Stand 4 with a colourful and playful exhibition stand. Now they are back, sharing their love of timber!

Clear acrylic rods clustered together are akin to crystalline growths. Photo by Kerry Ryan McFate, courtesy Pace Gallery.

Photo Essay: Tara Donovan Exhibition

Fantastical foms constructed from simple materials create a unique scuptural universe in the Tara Donovan exhibition at Louisiana Contemporary.

Bottle boat by Floris Hovers.

Sunday Books: Think Dutch!

DAAB will publish a co-edition with Frame, entitled Think Dutch! Creative professionals in the Netherlands didn’t bury their heads in the sand after the crisis hit in 2008. They set
Topshop Colour Wheel by NEON and StudioXAG. Image by Agnese Sanvito.

Sunday Books: Shop Windows

Here’s a selection of the finest shop window projects from recent months. If these projects inspire you and you are interested to see more, have a look at our reference book
A floating bridge by French artist Olivier Grossetête provokes the imagination in north-west England. Photo courtesy Olivier Grossetête.

Sunday Books: To Breathe, To Fly, To Float

A photo essay of architectural projects with an aquatic theme.

Thread fetish: textile designer Karen Nicol has created some of contemporary fashion’s most intricate embroideries and laces.

Sunday Books: Fetishism in Fashion

Frame’s first book on fashion will be released at the Mode Biennale in Arnhem.

Yu-Chen Hsu (Edinburgh College of Art): ‘Extending the Circle of Compassion’, kitchenware products designed with functionality and meaning.

Sunday Books: Spring Feast Masterclass

This weekend, in case you are planning to prepare a spring feast, we decided to share with you some inspirational elements that would go a long way to transforming any gathering into a banquet.

Concrete: the promise of liquid stone, concrete is experiencing a rebirth and shedding its negative image.

Sunday Books: Materiology

In the book Materiology, a joint publication by Frame Publishers and matériO, everything there is to know about materials and technologies is covered in one single volume.

Glimpses of citrus seen in JWT Amsterdam’s recent office makeover. Image by Kasia Gatkowska.

Sunday Books: Oranges and Lemons

Having spotted a smattering of yellow- and orange-tinged images across Frameweb in recent weeks, we pondered for a while as to why this might be. Is it because spring is on its way in this part of …

Shoe Class by Pinkeye: the classroom-style shop, replete with climbing rack as a display system. Photo: Julien Lannoo.

Sunday Books: Playing With Space

Discovering the unexpected whilst having a spot of weekend retail therapy is very refreshing. The designers of such shops must enjoy confusing customers, but only just enough so as to intrigue.

Gill systems can make a maximum amount of water pass in one direction with a minimum amount of muscular effort.

Sunday Books: The Birds and the Bees

The wonder of life is something to ponder, isn’t it? And not just the birds and the bees, but the plants, penguins and polar bears – and everything in between and beyond.

Ijm studio occupies an immense 800-sq-m work space in the south of Amsterdam.

Sunday Books: Ijm studio by Paul Barbera

Paul Barbera travels the world, photographing the working spaces of creatives in the most natural and unobtrusive way possible, satisfying his curiosity and ours.