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Frame Magazine 2013  Set / 6 Sayı (No 90-95)


Frame #90 Jan/Feb 2013


In this issue, lighting designer Sarah Landau, LED maestro Tom Jenkinson (aka Squarepusher) and musician Amon Tobin talk about how light projections can turn music into a physical entity

– or in Tom Jenkinson’s words, how ‘music can evoke not only space, but also movement through space.’ We present pictures from the Encyclopedia of Flowers by graphic designer Kenya Hara and flower artist Makoto Azuma and delve into the microcosmic world of flowers and plants. We ask David Adjaye about the two new light-filled libraries he has just completed in Washington, DC, and finally make a stopover in Montreal for a glimpse of the new spaces and projects that make the city shine.


The Shape Shifter: David Adjaye gets social with libraries in Washington D.C. 
Vertical Vendure: Jean Nouvel's high-rise garden hotel in Barcelona
Spot On: Three creatives use light to present music in space
An Oasis in Tokyo: A romantic Isabel Marant store, by Ciguë
As Seen On Screen: How retail spaces are referencing the digital world
A New Eden: Fresh flowering: a passionate perspective on plants
Montréal: Creative, casual, charismatic and Canadienne

Cubist love from Kotaro Horiuchi; library liberalism from OMA; TheeAe and MenoMenoPiu; and more forward-looking projects from around the world. 

The best of the Venice Biennale from SelgasCano, Konstantic Gcric, plus Kortrijk highlights from Ross Locegrove, Troika and Makkink & Bey. Plus art from Random International, Doug Wheeler, and more, exhibitions in Paris by Jouin Manku and the Campanas, and Zaha Hadid in Montpellier. 
Plus, restaurants go industrial-chic in Eindhoven and marble in Casablanca, a steam-punk café in Cape Town, pop-ups at the London Design Festival, Yoshimasa Tsutsumi displays Diesel, and the Lowline Project in NYC. 

Reports from Girsberger, Gaggendau and Interstuhl, plus beautiful bathrooms in our ceramics catalogue. 

Portrait: The surreal world of Ron Gilad
Market: Luxury and craft at London Design Festival
Talk: Brazilian veteran Sergio Rodrigues likes to keep it comfortable
Introducing: :anzavecchia + Wai addresses an aging market
Process: New LED technology from Occhio
One Artist: The spiritual salt works of Motoi Yamamoto
Design Art: Elephant in the Room tries to bridge the gap
Books: Care of Wooden Floors, a novel about design



Frame #91 Mar/Apr 2013


This issue, Frame tries out fresh concepts of future living - as imagined by designers and their clients in some intriguing homes.

We visit new hotels in Amsterdam (by Marcel Wanders) and Penang (by Ministry of Design), where the emphasis is on storytelling. Then it's off to LA for the latest design tales from the City of Angels.


Tjep's house is a piece of furniture

New projects by Snarkitecture, Fabio Novembre, Albert France-Lanord, Daisuke Sugawara, Schmidt Hammer Lassen, Jaime Hayon, Space Copenhagen, Peter Kostelov, OMA and windows for Nike at Selfridges and Printemps.

Radical Living: Six homes with a difference
Vintage Solutions: Wine stores in Stuttgart and São Paulo
Rooms with New Views: Four takes on the hotel as a city
Space Invader: Noemie Goudal challenges our interior ideas
LA Story: Places and players in Los Angeles

Gaggenau: Designers Janina Fey and Sören Strayle on the theatre of cooking
Update: The latest design-company news from Dauphin, Palau, BuzziSpace and others
Catalogue: Get out more with our roundup of the best garden and patio furniture

Talk: High-tech designer Motomi Kawakami on reviving Japanese crafts
Essay: Design amnesia: refusing to remember means we're obsessed with originality
Introducing: ShiKai Tseng and the memory of objects
Process: The Bouroullec's Copenhague chair - wood for the cost of plastic
One Artist, One Material: Irving Harper sculpts with paper
Design Art: Maarten De Ceulaer does his stuff for Fendi
Books: Stedelijk Architecture - the inside story



Frame 92 May/Jun 2013


Tough times and internet shopping mean retailers must reinvent or die.

This issue, Frame talks to shoe brand Camper about its three-pronged store design strategy and visits My Boon, a singular shop in Seoul that’s conceived as an interior garden – only without the plants. Then it’s back to nature with artist Paula Hayes and off to São Paulo to sample the design delights of Brazil’s biggest city. And Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec tell us why they’ve published a volume of drawings.


Thinking inside the box, with Brinkworth, OMA, Zaha Hadid, Manço Architects and more

New projects by March Studio, Foster + Partners, Raw Edges, Shed, Moment, Elenberg Fraser, Brinkworth, Wilson Brothers, ADVVT, IwamotoScott and windows for Selfridges and Hermès.

Nature’s Networker: The living microcosms of Paula Hayes
Fancy Footwork: Three Camper case studies – but do they work?
A Sanctuary in the City: A house full of gardens, by Hiroshi Nakamura
Shaping Space in Seoul: Retail as a journey, at My Boon
São Paulo: In search of the style beyond the sprawl


Laufen: Bathroom experts join forces with Kartell
Vipp: The classic bin company unveils – a kitchen
Kinnarps: Looking for office solutions of the future
Cascade Coil Drapery: Pushing the boundaries of woven wire
Update: The latest design-company news from 3form, Figueras, Armstrong, Caesarstone, Miyo Studio. Plus a roundup of Cevisama
Catalogue: Our selection of the latest lighting products to shine

Talk: Learning from the lengthy career of Vladimir Kagan
Introducing: Form, fashion, fame and Krzysztof J. Lukasik
Failures and Fortunes: Eero Koivisto on setbacks and serendipity
Process: Mathieu Lehanneur makes a meditative object for terminal patients
One Shot: The marketing case study for Patrick Frey’s Nea Chair
Process: How to transform the traditional bentwood chair, courtesy of Thomas Feichtner
One Artist, One Material: Leonardo Ulian makes the mandalas of the machine . . 
Design Art: Like clockwork? Not exactly, when it’s Humans since 1982
Books: Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec tell us why they’ve published a volume of drawings



Frame #93 Jul/Aug 2013


From intricate interventions to large-scale beacons, this issue of Frame is about making your mark.

We take a tour of the renewed Rijksmuseum and talk to the man behind its site-specific cosmic canopy, before discussing interior design – and why we don’t need it – with Philippe Starck. Two Scandinavian cities reveal their bright new landmarks, and then it’s off to the Salone del Mobile in Milan to hear words from the wise and seek fresh formulas for the future.


Grand plans for libraries, workspaces, hospitals – and a laboratory for opera

Spatial seduction at the Salone del Mobile, plus new projects by Fabio Novembre, Snøhetta, Wonderwall, Neri & Hu, Olafur Eliasson, Mathieu Lehanneur and more. 

Get Noted: Why Swedish design studio Note changed its tactics
Norway’s New Star: Every room has a view in Space Group’s shimmering hotel
Electric Circus: Step into the light at London’s Hayward Gallery
‘I Hate Uselessness’: Is Philippe Starck giving up interior design?
Full Cycle: Rijksmuseum 1 – The story behind the decade-long renovation
Renaissance Man: Rijksmuseum 2 – Zooming in on Richard Wright’s spectacular starscape
Concave Colours: Emporia cuts a new shape for shopping malls 

Maruni: Master crafts from the Japanese furniture manufacturer
Dauphin: Aesthetics meet ergonomics in the X-Code office chair
Door Handles: Introducing the latest nifty knobs
ISH: Collections play with contrast at Frankfurt’s ‘water and energy’ fair
Update: Reflecting on the Salone with Brühl, Cotto, Lensvelt and Mosa
Catalogue: It’s all about the indoors with our roundup of the freshest furniture and lighting products

Salone del Mobile: 26 pages of Milan mania – Words from the wise and fresh formulas for the future
One Artist, One Material: Jim Denevan sketches with sand
Books: Long live print! Wrap your hands around these enticing magazine titles



Frame #94 Sep/Oct 2013


We’re getting to the bare bones of new design this issue – taking in Brooklyn’s stripped-back heritage style, Faye Toogood’s precious yet raw interiors and a rough-and-ready Malaysian hostel.

We also talk ‘incompleteness’ with Jo Nagasaka, spray-paint space with Katharina Grosse and find 10 designers who defy categorization with their trans-disciplinary work.

Then it's off to Patka, a restaurant with a 'second skin' composed of looms, before taking in a Finnish library where cast-in-place concrete creates a dramatically raw interior.


Monumental imaginings by ALA, Studio Andrew Todd, AND-RÉ, RMJM and more

A Swiss holiday cabin makes concrete cosy, Kuu curves polycarbonate in Shanghai, shop windows get textural at Barneys, Liberty and Karen Millen and it’s slick versus raw in retail from Nudie Jeans, J. C. Architecture, Takato Tamagami, and more

The Deconstructor: Schemata Architects’ Jo Nagasaka on why less is more 
Fruit of the Loom: A cultural collision of style and flavour at Pakta restaurant 
A Brooklyn State of Mind: The movers and shakers crafting New York’s biggest borough
Rainbow Gatherer: Katharina Grosse’s immersive world of colour 
Novel Approach: JKMM’s library is fit for the future 
Eclectic Ambassador: Faye Toogood tinkers with tactility

Ebony and Co: The future is gold for handcrafted floors 
Van Besouw: Fresh colours for cotton carpets
Fantoni: Keeping it quiet with acoustic panelling 
Update: The latest design-company news from Interstuhl, Vipp, Desso and more 
Catalogue: Superb surfaces: textiles, wall coverings and flooring

Essay: Introducing ten dabblers in trans-disciplinary design 
Failures and Fortunes: Failures and Fortunes
Design Art: Jon Stam captivates with craft and technology



Frame #95 Nov/Dec 2013


We embrace the digital age in the next issue and visit Mozilla Japan’s office, designed by Nosigner, which uses the term ‘open source’ to define the space.

Clever marketing ploy for open-source software or a sign of what’s to come in the design world? Forging on, we enter the high-end retail realm, where we trace the digitally designed Dior stores to a series of graphic ‘codes’, before checking out some of the movers behind mobile architecture.


Recent graduates imagine future spaces

Shanghai’s first film museum in the spotlight; Spaceworkers preserves the past in Portugal; it’s all in the details for Louis Vuitton, Printemps, Harrods and Barneys; slick stores from Acne, Ciguë, Edward Belden and others; a make-your-own-ice-cream parlour; and much more

Get Up and Go: The movers behind the newest breed of mobile structures
Inner Space: Volumes within a volume from Jun Igarashi
Dream Weaver: Artist David Altmejd’s frenetic fantasies
Open Platform: Nosigner approaches Mozilla’s office as an open-source project
Digital Dior: A rare glimpse into Dior’s catalogue of inspirational spatial concepts
Hollowed Out: Trahan Architects carves a cavernous museum with the latest technology

Elmo: A tour through a Swedish tannery
Interstuhl: Designer Volker Eysing on the process behind VINTAGEis5
Update: The latest design-company news from B&B Italia, Moooi, e15 and others
Catalogue: Products for productivity: our roundup of the latest office furniture

Education Debate: What’s next for Dutch design schools?
Graduation Work: Fresh concepts from the new design generation
One Shot: Marketing case study: Flos’s architectural lighting catalogue
One Artist, One Material: The ice-cold canvases of Simon Beck
Design Art: Bethan Laura Wood’s meticulous marquetry
Books: A candid look at the design industry, courtesy of journalist Hanna Nova Beatrice










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