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Amsterdam – Group A’s technical renovation of 16 stations on the city’s Oostlijn lent itself to surprisingly aesthetic results and was a clear winner at the Frame Awards.
Munich – Why did BMW’s new iNEXT car replace one of the most recognizable elements of the brand? Adrian van Hooydonk had a great reason.
Amsterdam – In their Frame Publishers book, the UNStudio founders discuss how network knowledge permeated through several of their projects.
Barcelona – IED Barcelona is celebrating 15 years of design education by forecasting the next 15 years of the discipline and the problems it will be solving.
Five designers and creators present their ideas for the vehicle of the future: Takt Project’s height-adjustable car offers new perspectives and experiences.
FRANCE – Going past the point of mere admiration and infatuation, the architects design a residence where the car is fully-integrated in the day-to-day occupations of its inhabitants.
VIENNA – The Tower of Power is a direct consequence of contemporary society's increased interest in electric vehicles.
Brussels – Generally damp, unattractive and cast in concrete, the typology of the car park usually conjures up images of 1950s brutalist volumes of necessity that obscure the skyline.
AMSTERDAM – Amongst the restorations and extensions to the Dutch capital’s main train station, the IJ Hall sits at the northern-most point of the building under a canopy designed as …
VITRÉ – The Pole d’Echange Multimodal (a sort of ‘transport system’) connects the local SNCF train station with the centre of a quaint medieval town.
UTRECHT – The largest and busiest train station in the Netherlands has tripled in size and is now significantly more prepared to serve the expected increase in commuters.
SCHIEDAM – A complex of football pitches, handball courts and indoor sports accommodation straddles the A4 motorway between Delft and Schiedam in the west of the Netherlands.
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