FRAME MAGAZINE 2014 SETİ (6 SAYI)

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Frame Magazine 2014 Set / 6 Sayı (No 96-101)

 

 

Frame #96 Jan/Feb 2014

 

Who really keeps the cogs of the fashion machine in motion? In this issue, we look at the extraordinary talent of those who stage fashion, from imaginative set designers to catwalk-creating maestros.

We ask AMO what drives its longstanding collaboration with Prada and get under the skin of denim brand G-Star to find out what retail means now. In Tokyo, we take in Band of Outsiders’ ‘future prep’ style, and in Lisbon we’re immersing ourselves in a whirlwind of a fashion exhibition by Alexandre de Betak.

Contents

Visions
Unveiling ideas for the Marina Abramovic Institute

Stills
Stunning set designs from Chanel, Dries van Noten and Peter Pilotto; Zaha’s controversial Serpentine addition; new boutiques from Schemata, March Studio and Phillip Lim; Graziano di Cintio on the art of visual merchandising; hot stuff in a display strategy for Nike; and much more

The Great Indoors Award 2013
270 international entries, five stellar jurors and four incredible winning designs

Features
‘I say yes to a lot of stuff’: Music, art, fashion, interiors ... Henrik Vibskov won’t be put in a box
Not Everybody’s Buying It: Boutiques for Fendi, Moschino and Alaïa get an expert appraisal
A Very ‘Band’ Design: Lot-Ek nails Band of Outsiders’ future-prep style in a Tokyo store
Scene Stealers: Five talents from the world of set design
‘I forgot about fashion shows’: Alexandre de Betak turns his eye towards exhibition design
Combined Vision: Prada reinvents fashion; AMO reinvents the fashion show

Reports
Mosa: The 130-year-old tile producer says ceramic skins are the future 
Update: Showroom openings and the latest launches from 100% Design
Catalogue: Bathroom breakthroughs in ceramics and sanitary ware

Goods
Fashion Experiment: Five innovations that are shaping the future of clothing
Failures and Fortunes: Todd Bracher on why being a ‘good’ designer isn’t enough
Process: Axor Starck Organic challenges our water-wasting habits 
Essay: Designers turn alchemist in their approach to new materials
Design Art: Daniel Arsham is a ‘future archaeologist’
Books: Can Monocle help us live a better life?

 

 

Frame #97 Mar/Apr 2014

 

Now that everything’s available anytime, anywhere, we’re renewing our search for the local.

We look back with Neri&Hu at their triumphant first decade in Shanghai and examine why Miami is design’s new hottest destination. In Japan we see how brands are returning to their roots to reinvigorate their sales internationally and as Dover Street New York opens, we talk with Comme des Garcons CEO Adrian Joffe to discover his insights into how to think global, act local.

Contents:  

Visions

First glimpses of the controversial MoMA expansion and a more tranquil development in the Austrian Alps 

Stills

A bloody good Hermès interior, a void within a void in Mexico City’s ‘iron palace’ and it’s hospital green for a very different kind of apple store inValencia

Features

‘What we really want is to shed any sort of stylistic signature’ : The first decade of Shanghai-based architects Neri&Hu

'We’re just a shop and we sell stuff’ : Adrian Joffe, CEO of Comme de Garçons, talks retail 

Brandtopia : Is San Francisco’s tech scene really the best place to work?

Design Miami : How the ‘MagicCity’ is becoming design’s hottest destination

Case Studies

Waste turns to wonder in Denmark, and heritage meets street life in Beijing

Conversations

Interviews with Tokujin Yoshioka, Hans Ubbink and Overtreders W

Reports

At Okamura, high technology equals comfort

Goods

Gaetano Pesce is still provoking after 40 years, while Arik Levy has an antidote for mistakes

Essay: Why do-it-yourself design is back in fashion

One Artist, One Material: Monika Gryzmala goes mad with masking tape

 

Frame #98 May/Jun 2014

 

'It's time to marry man and machine' is Faye Toogood's response to our Product and Form Survey. And she's right, of course.

Whereas the new millenium began with many designers firmly focuses on artificial forms and synthetic materials, today we're seeing a marked shift of interest to all things natural, local and handmade. Products should be easy to understand.

Contents

Seeds
The most inspiring projects bubbling on the fringes of the great indoors. We go from atelier to laboratory in search of the freshest thinking to spark your imagination.

Harvest 
The pick of the crop: a visual feast plucked from the finest that the worlds of art, fashion and design have to offer.

Portraits
Interviews with an electrifying artist, Luca Nichetto's selected partner in design and a roving Dutchman that tackled Salone.

Features
We explore some serious cuts taking place inside the Wieden+Kennedy headquarters and discuss the diversity within Thomas Poulsen's design direction.

Reports
A historic building material gets a contemporary upgrade to make it as light as a bird's feather.

Deconstructed
Capable of seating 150 employees at one time, a super long desk by Clive Wilkinson gets a closer inspection.

 

 

Frame #99 Jul/Aug 2014

 

'It's time to marry man and machine' is Faye Toogood's response to our Product and Form Survey. And she's right, of course.

Whereas the new millenium began with many designers firmly focuses on artificial forms and synthetic materials, today we're seeing a marked shift of interest to all things natural, local and handmade. Products should be easy to understand.

Contents

Seeds
The most inspiring projects bubbling on the fringes of the great indoors. We go from atelier to laboratory in search of the freshest thinking to spark your imagination.

Harvest 
The pick of the crop: a visual feast plucked from the finest that the worlds of art, fashion and design have to offer.

Portraits
Interviews with an electrifying artist, Luca Nichetto's selected partner in design and a roving Dutchman that tackled Salone.

Features
We explore some serious cuts taking place inside the Wieden+Kennedy headquarters and discuss the diversity within Thomas Poulsen's design direction.

Reports
A historic building material gets a contemporary upgrade to make it as light as a bird's feather.

Deconstructed
Capable of seating 150 employees at one time, a super long desk by Clive Wilkinson gets a closer inspection.

 

Frame #100 Sep/Oct 2014

 

Now here is a cause for celebration. From its humble beginnings back in 1997, Frame celebrates its 100th issue.

It’s a special one – and not just because it’s bigger than usual. After rifling through the archives and piecing together clippings from old Frame magazines Helsinki-based designer and illustrator Linda Linko gave Frame 100 a festive coat. The Frame 100 research feature looks back to look forward and Lucy McRae shares her dreams about travelling to outer space. Join in the festivities.

Contents

Seeds
The most inspiring projects bubbling on the fringes of the great indoors. We go from atelier to laboratory in search of the freshest thinking to spark your imagination.

Harvest 
The pick of the crop: a visual feast plucked from the finest that the worlds of art, fashion and design have to offer.

Portraits
Sebastian Wrong talks regrets, Faye Toogood nominates a fledgling designer and 
James Bridle plays the part of Big Brother.

Features
Joyce Wang’s Hong Kong restaurant presents diners with a riddle to solve and the ‘Nail Houses’ of Shanghai that refuse to be destroyed.

Reports
Behnaz Farahi’s interactive installations breathe life into static architecture.

Deconstructed
Barber Osgerby translate BMW’s aesthetics into a mirrored installation for London Design Festival.

 

 

 

Frame #101 Nov/Dec 2014

 

With Frame's centennial issue now behind us, we embark upon the next hundred issues by asking 'is this a fad, or is it the future?'

The Frame Lab explores dining concepts of the future with an emphasis upon scarcity of resources and alternative high protein food sources. Nature makes a comeback as the primary element in the works of Jacek Tylicki and Marcin Rusak.

Contents
Seeds
With just a sprinkle of creativity and innovation, inspiring projects sprout from the diverse fields of art, design, fashion and technology.

Harvest 
Bethan Laura Wood’s fruits for Hermès London are ripe for the picking while a wall of mannequin hands display their selection of the Zilvermuseum’s prized silver trinkets. 

Portraits
Tadao Ando shares stories about his career as a self-taught architect and Marcin Rusak questions consumption with objects made from perishable flowers.

Features
Amsterdam’s new Volkshotel interior by Bas van Tol gets in touch with its newspaper roots with mural illustrations by Gijs Kast.

Reports
According to Jasper Morrison, character is also a quality found in furniture.

Deconstructed
Mathery Studio melted crayons and moulded them to form the perfect accessory to a children’s paradise inside Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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