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Frame #114 Jan/Feb 2017

The Jan/Feb issue of Frame explores the most ground-breaking environments for learning, from offices structured like college campuses to hospitality venues that double as libraries.

Francines Houben discusses the importance of public spaces that stimulate lifelong scholarship, while London-based Unit Lab infuses everyday surroundings with analogue educational products. Welcome to the university of life.

Other highlights:
Objects
Studio Furthermore shapes extreme ceramics. Lucas Muñoz Muñoz bases furniture on footprints. EDHV turns ice into electricity. Discover new directions in the world of products.

Talents
Inspired by Elon Musk’s plans for space colonization, we commissioned five young designers to create an essential travel item for a trip to Mars.

Portraits
We go home with Inga Sempé. Lee Broom shares his finest moments. Misha Kahn blurs the boundaries between art and design. Jonas Lund creates with computers. Meet the people; get their perspectives.

Spaces
Chanel sends robots down the catwalk. Gwenael Nicolas shines a light for Dolce&Gabbana. Mathieu Lehanneur embraces classicism. Step inside the great indoors.

Reports
Flooring trends rise to the surface at Domotex, Cersaie covers ceramics, and surface specialists mix the high-tech and the handcrafted in their work. Discover what’s driving the business of design.

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Frame #113 Nov/Dec 2016

Frame invites you to the hottest happenings in issue 113.

The Nov/Dec issue of Frame analyses how design events are boosting their social relevance by forging stronger links between culture and commerce. Kenya Hara reveals how future trade fairs can become more meaningful, while big-name design brands turn to a new breed of art director to pave the future. Meanwhile, Neri&Hu chronicles the journey towards bridging East and West, and OMA materializes the echo between jewellery and architecture.

Objects

Mathieu Lehanneur does moving things with marble. Ying Chang turns shipping damage into decoration. Eddie Olin revisits Rietveld in 3D print. Discover new directions in the world of products.

Talents

Rain Wu tells an edible story. Christophe Guberan’s shoe makes itself. Caroline Eriksson challenges Le Corbusier. Culture is nature for Hongjie Yang. Meet our curated selection of creatives.

Portraits

SevilPeach humanizes the office in five steps. Liz West wants us to decompress with colour. To make is to design, says Max Lamb. Neri & Hu is on a mission to boost Chinese creativity. Get all this and even more perspectives on people.

Spaces

OMA varies the tempo for Repossi. Patricia Urquiola creates an ode to Milan. Toiletpaper takes over Galeries Lafayette. Yota Kakuda makes cheese tarts float. Step inside the great indoors.

Events Lab

Frame Lab analyses how design events are boosting their social relevance by forging stronger links between culture and commerce. Kenya Hara reveals the secrets of House Vision 2’s success. Modefabriek, Bread&Butter and others share their curatorial strategies. Brands take the stage at fairs and launch into social media – while Driade, Cassina, Molteni and Hermès turn to a new breed of art director to woo audiences.

Reports

Bette’s fabric bath, Laufen’s Bespoke solutions, and other clean breaks that brands are making with the past. Discover what’s driving the business of design.

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Product category: Publishers, trade journals

Frame #112 Sep/Oct 2016

The August/September issue checks in to the hospitality scene to explore tailor-made hotel concepts for millennial travellers.

We (re)visit Art Basel and the Venice Architecture Biennale, shed light on the possibilities of LED technology and discuss democratic design with Layer founder Benjamin Hubert. Nendo pushes department store interiors forward while Jo Nagasaka looks back on his multidisciplinary career.

Objects
Craft meets high tech at Design Miami/Basel. Designing with hair heads for the manestream. Multidisciplinary portfolios are on the rise at NYCxDesign Week. See what’s shaping the world of products.

Talents
Frame teams up with Eyes on Talents to highlight award-winning designers. Eyes on Talents is a by-invitation-only online platform used by innovative brands to discover and connect with top creatives from a range of disciplines.

Pernelle Poyet shares the ABC’s of design. Aurélie Vial makes lasers fashionable. Raphaӫl Pluvinage and Marion Pinaffo play games with paper. Meet our curated selection of prizewinning creatives.

Portraits
Jo Nagasaka recollects his rise to success. Benjamin Hubert makes a society-driven shift. Lindsey Adelman is always and never designing. Jeppe Hein gets seriously reflective. Daniel de Bruin works with himself. Get all this and even more perspectives on people.

Spaces
Snøhetta spices up Aēsop in Singapore. BIG unzips a wall for the Serpentine Pavilion. Adjaye Associates crafts with crinkle-cut concrete. Maurice Mentjens plays tour guide at Art Basel. Rafael de Cárdenas dazzles selfie seekers in Russia. Step inside the great indoors.

Frame Lab
Frame Lab analyses how the hospitality industry adapts to guests’ lifestyles. DesignAgency crosses the borders between luxury and budget. The makers of EquipHotel go for multifaceted lodgings. Philippe Starck meets the needs of millennial movers in Singapore. Emerging hotel brands target like-minded people.

Reports
Lighting
Flos, Occhio, Luceplan and more go modular with LEDs. Foscarini, Tom Dixon and PSLAB give restaurants the light touch. Marset, Modular, Delta Light and others illuminate the wellness sector. Discover what’s driving the business of design.

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About us

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Established in 1997, Frame is the world’s leading media brand for interior design, with a focus on innovative and excellent spatial design.

Frame is a creative catalyst and unique source for novel approaches to the use of colour and material in designing objects and spaces that lead to meaningful experiences. We believe that these can only be created by connecting the world’s most talented designers to the best makers and the most visionary clients. Frame therefore addresses all stakeholders in the design industry.

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