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Frame

November - December 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

CO-LIVING FOR LIFE?

LONDON • Peter Maxwell thinks that projects dealing with public space at this year’s LDF took on renewed importance in the context of Brexit and the climate crisis.

SHANGHAI • Daan Roggeveen believes that if China’s museum boom produces a herd of white elephants, you can’t blame the architects.

1 Why fashion rental is not an e-comm-only play

2 How visual excess is (still) powering a retail revolution

3 What constitutes an authentic representation of an architect’s work?

4 How can the design industry fix its diversity problem?

5 Why you should take Aston Martin’s architecture department seriously

BRINGING A LAMP BACK TO LIFE • Several years after Moooi launched Kaipo, the lamp’s production methods were outlawed. Designer Edward van Vliet explains why instead of trying to create a clone, he used the setback as an opportunity for reinvention.

DÖPPEL STUDIO • Natives of Nevers, a city in France, Jonathan Omar and Lionel Dinis Salazar of Paris-based Döppel Studio discuss why they search for absurdity through friction, the power of portfolio censorship and how to know when a finishing touch is too much.

BUILDING A WEB OF INSPIRATION • Roca subverts the current digital-first trend by taking the creative content from its brick-and-mortar galleries online. The move not only opens up its coverage of thought-provoking topics to a worldwide audience, but also reaffirms its position as more than just a bathroom brand.

RAMoNA • MoMA’s senior deputy director of exhibitions and collections has spent much of the last three years overseeing the museum’s major overhaul by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler. We caught up with the Ohio native as she prepared to return to business as usual – only to find out there’s no such thing.

BECOME AN EMPLOYEE-OWNED BUSINESS • Design firms are increasingly opting to decentralize their management structures by adopting an employee-ownership model. The aim? To create a workforce that’s both financially and culturally invested in the future of the firm and, by extension, a business that’s robust enough to withstand an evermore unstable marketplace.

EMPLOYEE OWNERSHIP five key benefits

SUCHI REDDY ‘You can’t think of design without thinking of politics’ • Architect Suchi Reddy of Reddymade discusses the impact of her family home on her design philosophy, why giving residents agency is vital to domestic design, and how technology is transforming our understanding of spatial aesthetics.

suchi reddy

MAX SVÄRDH • Having launched in 2014 with a direct-to-consumer business model, Swedish footwear brand Axel Arigato has built a cult following around the globe for its stripped-back, streetwear-inflected approach to luxury. Cofounder and creative director Max Svärdh explains how working with a digital-first business model has freed him and his team to take an innovative approach to brick-and-mortar venues, opening two new stores this year alone, in Copenhagen and Stockholm.

WELLBEING IS ALL COVERED • Inspired by the health megatrend and its emphasis on the broad definition of ‘wellbeing’, Domotex 2020 – under the theme Atmysphere – will show how carpets and floor coverings can contribute to the cause.

SINO SURREAL • In each issue we identify a key aesthetic trend evident in...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 180 Publisher: Frame Publishers Edition: November - December 2019

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  • Release date: October 24, 2019

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OverDrive Magazine

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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

CO-LIVING FOR LIFE?

LONDON • Peter Maxwell thinks that projects dealing with public space at this year’s LDF took on renewed importance in the context of Brexit and the climate crisis.

SHANGHAI • Daan Roggeveen believes that if China’s museum boom produces a herd of white elephants, you can’t blame the architects.

1 Why fashion rental is not an e-comm-only play

2 How visual excess is (still) powering a retail revolution

3 What constitutes an authentic representation of an architect’s work?

4 How can the design industry fix its diversity problem?

5 Why you should take Aston Martin’s architecture department seriously

BRINGING A LAMP BACK TO LIFE • Several years after Moooi launched Kaipo, the lamp’s production methods were outlawed. Designer Edward van Vliet explains why instead of trying to create a clone, he used the setback as an opportunity for reinvention.

DÖPPEL STUDIO • Natives of Nevers, a city in France, Jonathan Omar and Lionel Dinis Salazar of Paris-based Döppel Studio discuss why they search for absurdity through friction, the power of portfolio censorship and how to know when a finishing touch is too much.

BUILDING A WEB OF INSPIRATION • Roca subverts the current digital-first trend by taking the creative content from its brick-and-mortar galleries online. The move not only opens up its coverage of thought-provoking topics to a worldwide audience, but also reaffirms its position as more than just a bathroom brand.

RAMoNA • MoMA’s senior deputy director of exhibitions and collections has spent much of the last three years overseeing the museum’s major overhaul by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler. We caught up with the Ohio native as she prepared to return to business as usual – only to find out there’s no such thing.

BECOME AN EMPLOYEE-OWNED BUSINESS • Design firms are increasingly opting to decentralize their management structures by adopting an employee-ownership model. The aim? To create a workforce that’s both financially and culturally invested in the future of the firm and, by extension, a business that’s robust enough to withstand an evermore unstable marketplace.

EMPLOYEE OWNERSHIP five key benefits

SUCHI REDDY ‘You can’t think of design without thinking of politics’ • Architect Suchi Reddy of Reddymade discusses the impact of her family home on her design philosophy, why giving residents agency is vital to domestic design, and how technology is transforming our understanding of spatial aesthetics.

suchi reddy

MAX SVÄRDH • Having launched in 2014 with a direct-to-consumer business model, Swedish footwear brand Axel Arigato has built a cult following around the globe for its stripped-back, streetwear-inflected approach to luxury. Cofounder and creative director Max Svärdh explains how working with a digital-first business model has freed him and his team to take an innovative approach to brick-and-mortar venues, opening two new stores this year alone, in Copenhagen and Stockholm.

WELLBEING IS ALL COVERED • Inspired by the health megatrend and its emphasis on the broad definition of ‘wellbeing’, Domotex 2020 – under the theme Atmysphere – will show how carpets and floor coverings can contribute to the cause.

SINO SURREAL • In each issue we identify a key aesthetic trend evident in...


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