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Frame

July - August 2019
Magazine

Frame is a bi-monthly magazine dedicated to the design of interiors and products. It offers a stunning, global selection of shops, hospitality venues, workplaces, exhibitions and residences on more than 224 pages. Well-written articles accompanied by a wealth of high-quality photographs, sketches and drawings make the magazine an indispensable source of inspiration for designers as well as for all those involved in other creative disciplines.

Frame

Last Words

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CONTRIBUTORS

OBJECTS • Écal makes VR MORE APPROACHABLE. Designers CONSULT ALGORITHMS. Materials experience a RETRO REVIVAL. Google LEARNS FROM BIOMETRICS. Discover new directions in the world of products.

Stefan Diez makes furniture FAMILY-PROOF

For Nike, the future of the VIRTUAL STORE is niche

Together, not against: Philippe Starck COLLABORATES WITH AI on a pioneering chair

Can headset design contribute to the ADOPTION OF VR technology?

RETRO REVIVAL: Teaching old materials new tricks

Google lets us feel AT EASE WITH TECH

THE CHALLENGE

Worldly Wonderland • Inspired by globalization, Matteo Guarnaccia dreams up a CROSS-CULTURAL TOURIST DESTINATION.

Road Show • Alexandre Picciotto’s nomadic and ECO-CONSCIOUS MUSEUM makes you suffer from FOMO.

Rose-Tinted Relief • Hoping to foster a new tourism economy that promotes NATURE CONSERVATION, Nicole Nomsa Moyo’s off-grid retreat brings awareness to the vulnerability of pink lakes.

In Situ Settlement • Apastoreality’s CLOUDLIKE STRUCTURES enable inhabitation of otherwise barren desert environments.

Extreme Cuisine • Thieu Custers envisions an OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD DINING EXPERIENCE for expeditions to outer space.

PORTRAITS • SOPHIE HICKS returns home. DAVID ROCKWELL makes performance artchitecture. DAYLAB designs for digital natives. GUILLERMO SANTOMÀ lets materials do the talking. Meet the people. Get their perspectives.

‘Anxiety is a motivator to do things, rather than a reason not to’ • For DAVID ROCKWELL, an adherence to audience is the key to great architecture.

David Rockwell

Curating People • MARIA CRISTINA DIDERO, one of the most sought-after design curators in the world, has a heartfelt and generous take on e-mail etiquette – after all, design to her is about people, not chairs.

Next Gen • How do you design commercial spaces for China’s millennials and digital natives? If you ask DAYLAB its by examining the demographics’ behaviour.

DOCEE, YONGPENG & AIMEE

Home Again • From residences to retail to residences: SOPHIE HICKS has come full circle.

Anything Goes • ‘A different material for each work.’ GUILLERMO SANTOMÀ produces his creations – lamps, cars, chairs, spaces and pavilions – accordingly.

Budding Bond • Kranen/Gille’s latest releases reflect the organic growth of the studio’s relationship with Moooi.

SPACES • Five strategies for a successful MILAN DESIGN WEEK show. MCDONALD’S quits clowning around. MULTI-BRAND STORES take a multifaceted approach. Step inside the great indoors.

Are the commercial spaces the real highlight of Jean Nouvel’s Qatar museum?

Venerable French department store Galeries Lafayette thinks big within a smaller footprint

McDonald’s new HQ heralds a shift change in how the company wants to be perceived, both inside and out

Two retail environments reflect their varied sartorial scopes – and the zeitgeist

An Iranian concept store overcomes sanctions to rise up for its community

An Australian mosque uses concrete to choreograph light

Through smart routing and zoning, this multi-brand store serves a multifaceted customer base

Barneys gets high on the luxury supply

By assessing the...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 180 Publisher: Frame Publishers Edition: July - August 2019

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  • Release date: June 27, 2019

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English

Frame is a bi-monthly magazine dedicated to the design of interiors and products. It offers a stunning, global selection of shops, hospitality venues, workplaces, exhibitions and residences on more than 224 pages. Well-written articles accompanied by a wealth of high-quality photographs, sketches and drawings make the magazine an indispensable source of inspiration for designers as well as for all those involved in other creative disciplines.

Frame

Last Words

From checkout to check-in

CONTRIBUTORS

OBJECTS • Écal makes VR MORE APPROACHABLE. Designers CONSULT ALGORITHMS. Materials experience a RETRO REVIVAL. Google LEARNS FROM BIOMETRICS. Discover new directions in the world of products.

Stefan Diez makes furniture FAMILY-PROOF

For Nike, the future of the VIRTUAL STORE is niche

Together, not against: Philippe Starck COLLABORATES WITH AI on a pioneering chair

Can headset design contribute to the ADOPTION OF VR technology?

RETRO REVIVAL: Teaching old materials new tricks

Google lets us feel AT EASE WITH TECH

THE CHALLENGE

Worldly Wonderland • Inspired by globalization, Matteo Guarnaccia dreams up a CROSS-CULTURAL TOURIST DESTINATION.

Road Show • Alexandre Picciotto’s nomadic and ECO-CONSCIOUS MUSEUM makes you suffer from FOMO.

Rose-Tinted Relief • Hoping to foster a new tourism economy that promotes NATURE CONSERVATION, Nicole Nomsa Moyo’s off-grid retreat brings awareness to the vulnerability of pink lakes.

In Situ Settlement • Apastoreality’s CLOUDLIKE STRUCTURES enable inhabitation of otherwise barren desert environments.

Extreme Cuisine • Thieu Custers envisions an OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD DINING EXPERIENCE for expeditions to outer space.

PORTRAITS • SOPHIE HICKS returns home. DAVID ROCKWELL makes performance artchitecture. DAYLAB designs for digital natives. GUILLERMO SANTOMÀ lets materials do the talking. Meet the people. Get their perspectives.

‘Anxiety is a motivator to do things, rather than a reason not to’ • For DAVID ROCKWELL, an adherence to audience is the key to great architecture.

David Rockwell

Curating People • MARIA CRISTINA DIDERO, one of the most sought-after design curators in the world, has a heartfelt and generous take on e-mail etiquette – after all, design to her is about people, not chairs.

Next Gen • How do you design commercial spaces for China’s millennials and digital natives? If you ask DAYLAB its by examining the demographics’ behaviour.

DOCEE, YONGPENG & AIMEE

Home Again • From residences to retail to residences: SOPHIE HICKS has come full circle.

Anything Goes • ‘A different material for each work.’ GUILLERMO SANTOMÀ produces his creations – lamps, cars, chairs, spaces and pavilions – accordingly.

Budding Bond • Kranen/Gille’s latest releases reflect the organic growth of the studio’s relationship with Moooi.

SPACES • Five strategies for a successful MILAN DESIGN WEEK show. MCDONALD’S quits clowning around. MULTI-BRAND STORES take a multifaceted approach. Step inside the great indoors.

Are the commercial spaces the real highlight of Jean Nouvel’s Qatar museum?

Venerable French department store Galeries Lafayette thinks big within a smaller footprint

McDonald’s new HQ heralds a shift change in how the company wants to be perceived, both inside and out

Two retail environments reflect their varied sartorial scopes – and the zeitgeist

An Iranian concept store overcomes sanctions to rise up for its community

An Australian mosque uses concrete to choreograph light

Through smart routing and zoning, this multi-brand store serves a multifaceted customer base

Barneys gets high on the luxury supply

By assessing the...


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