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Amsterdam – From February 20-21, our annual Frame Lab festival will provide a platform for forward-thinking innovators and brands to discuss the future of spaces.
Amsterdam – From zero-waste restaurants to hotels built via mass integration, here are some of the most outstanding sustainable hospitality projects of the year.
Mount Wuyi, China – By builiding a hotel centred on traditional tea culture in the Fujian province, the Yue Wuyi Tea Life Aesthetics Hotel breathes new life into the ancient industry.
Hong Kong – The John Anthony restaurant in Hong Kong, designed by Linehouse, is a fine example of sustainable spatial design that doesn’t have to scream its intentions.
Ebeltoft, Denmark – Together with Margrethe Odgaard, the Danish interior textile company crafted Re-Wool, a collection utilising a new recycling strategy.
Moscow – The biennial competition, organised by Spanish sanitary brand Roca, welcomes proposals from students and professionals under 40 from all over the world.
Eindhoven – Alexandra Genis’ Atoma tastemakers ensure quality food experiences everywhere, no matter the season or climate.
São Paulo – How important are democratic prices and political sustainability? On the eve of the Frame Awards deadline, we spoke with Humberto Campana about these matters.
Rotterdam – To confront globetrotters with their impact on the Earth, Felix Leenders set up a travel agency that offers excursions to destinations affected by climate change.
New York City – Made from 100 per cent recycled and eco-friendly materials, Kamarq’s subscription-based furniture redefines the sector’s purchasing options.
Lausanne – Bastien Chevrier responded to the latest Frame Challenge by enclosing food in a thin protein bubble, making cardboard containers and plastic film superfluous.
Arnhem – Inflatable structures by Roos Meerman and Bart van den Hoven function as flexible pop-up lodgings.
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