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Frame

January - February 2022
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

BUILDING BETTER

HEL SINKI • During a recent trip to Helsinki, Peter Maxwell asks what cities can learn from the Finnish capital in achieving a more sustainable future.

DUBAI

Livestreaming has transformed the once-linear path to purchase • How jewellery retail is targeting Gen Z. Why ghost kitchens are coming out of the shadows. What the trend towards slow travel means for hotel design. How shopping has gone from in-store and online to on-air. Why retailers are going rural.

1 Can jewellery retail court Gen Z?

2 Why ghost kitchens are turning back to bricks and mortar

3 How slow travel is impacting the hotel industry

4 How broadcast stores are reinvigorating retail

5 Can retailers learn to love small-town life?

Design is an expression of constructive criticism • S-P-A-C-E Projects on creating material-driven (brand) experiences. MAD Architects on achieving ‘intimidatingly difficult’ designs. Polestar on striving for sustainability without sacrificing its aesthetic.

SPACE Projects • Pepijn Smit may have founded S-P-A-C-E Projects in Amsterdam just three years ago, but he brought 16 years’ experience across furniture design, fashion retail and branding along with him. Now, working with a few freelancers, he shapes material-rich spaces based on the core values of his clients.

MA YANSONG • In 2004, Ma Yansong founded MAD Architects in Beijing, whose designs over the years have become easily recognizable for their daring, sinuous forms. Since then, MAD has set up offices in Jiaxing, Los Angeles and Rome. Yansong talks about how MAD’s organically shaped buildings are a statement of freedom, what architecture can do to change the way we experience reality, and why the future of contemporary Chinese architecture should excite us all.

POLESTAR Fredrika Klarén and Pär Heyden • Electric vehicle brand Polestar’s head of sustainability Fredrika Klarén and head of brand Pär Heyden talk about their aesthetic vision, roadblocks to sustainability, and sensibly connecting with art and design.

Elevated essentials • Roca brings a calming Mediterranean atmosphere to bathroom spaces with its holistic, high-performance collection Ona.

Frame Awards 2021 winners of the year • Retail. Hospitality. Work. Institutions. Living. Shows. Executional. After a year of celebrating Interiors of the Month, we’ve worked with a grand jury to distinguish the Frame Awards 2021 Interiors of the Year across these sectors. Over the following pages, discover all the winners – as well as those crowned with Honorary Awards – alongside insights from the jury.

CAMPER STORE MÁLAGA Oficina Penadés

BOTTEGA VENETA Random Studio

URA – LANDSCAPE Ja! Studio

TEGUT… TEO Design for Human Nature

MOTHER PEARL A Work of Substance

VOISIN ORGANIQUE Various Associates

CAPSULE HOTEL AND BOOKSTORE QINGLONGWU Atelier Tao+C

FELIX MERITIS i29

VIKASA YOGA Enter Projects Asia

HET VAKWERKHUIS Vakwerk Architecten

R/URBAN DESIGN OFFICE R/Urban Design Office

THE CAMPUS Kokuyo

ARCHITECTURE LIBRARY CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY Department of Architecture

MAGGIE’S LEEDS Heatherwick Studio

FORUM GRONINGEN NL Architects and DeMunnik-DeJong-Steinhauser

BUND POST OFFICE NINGBO Yatofu Creatives

ARKADIA Breathe...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 164 Publisher: Frame Publishers Edition: January - February 2022

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  • Release date: December 16, 2021

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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

BUILDING BETTER

HEL SINKI • During a recent trip to Helsinki, Peter Maxwell asks what cities can learn from the Finnish capital in achieving a more sustainable future.

DUBAI

Livestreaming has transformed the once-linear path to purchase • How jewellery retail is targeting Gen Z. Why ghost kitchens are coming out of the shadows. What the trend towards slow travel means for hotel design. How shopping has gone from in-store and online to on-air. Why retailers are going rural.

1 Can jewellery retail court Gen Z?

2 Why ghost kitchens are turning back to bricks and mortar

3 How slow travel is impacting the hotel industry

4 How broadcast stores are reinvigorating retail

5 Can retailers learn to love small-town life?

Design is an expression of constructive criticism • S-P-A-C-E Projects on creating material-driven (brand) experiences. MAD Architects on achieving ‘intimidatingly difficult’ designs. Polestar on striving for sustainability without sacrificing its aesthetic.

SPACE Projects • Pepijn Smit may have founded S-P-A-C-E Projects in Amsterdam just three years ago, but he brought 16 years’ experience across furniture design, fashion retail and branding along with him. Now, working with a few freelancers, he shapes material-rich spaces based on the core values of his clients.

MA YANSONG • In 2004, Ma Yansong founded MAD Architects in Beijing, whose designs over the years have become easily recognizable for their daring, sinuous forms. Since then, MAD has set up offices in Jiaxing, Los Angeles and Rome. Yansong talks about how MAD’s organically shaped buildings are a statement of freedom, what architecture can do to change the way we experience reality, and why the future of contemporary Chinese architecture should excite us all.

POLESTAR Fredrika Klarén and Pär Heyden • Electric vehicle brand Polestar’s head of sustainability Fredrika Klarén and head of brand Pär Heyden talk about their aesthetic vision, roadblocks to sustainability, and sensibly connecting with art and design.

Elevated essentials • Roca brings a calming Mediterranean atmosphere to bathroom spaces with its holistic, high-performance collection Ona.

Frame Awards 2021 winners of the year • Retail. Hospitality. Work. Institutions. Living. Shows. Executional. After a year of celebrating Interiors of the Month, we’ve worked with a grand jury to distinguish the Frame Awards 2021 Interiors of the Year across these sectors. Over the following pages, discover all the winners – as well as those crowned with Honorary Awards – alongside insights from the jury.

CAMPER STORE MÁLAGA Oficina Penadés

BOTTEGA VENETA Random Studio

URA – LANDSCAPE Ja! Studio

TEGUT… TEO Design for Human Nature

MOTHER PEARL A Work of Substance

VOISIN ORGANIQUE Various Associates

CAPSULE HOTEL AND BOOKSTORE QINGLONGWU Atelier Tao+C

FELIX MERITIS i29

VIKASA YOGA Enter Projects Asia

HET VAKWERKHUIS Vakwerk Architecten

R/URBAN DESIGN OFFICE R/Urban Design Office

THE CAMPUS Kokuyo

ARCHITECTURE LIBRARY CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY Department of Architecture

MAGGIE’S LEEDS Heatherwick Studio

FORUM GRONINGEN NL Architects and DeMunnik-DeJong-Steinhauser

BUND POST OFFICE NINGBO Yatofu Creatives

ARKADIA Breathe...


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