FRAME MAGAZINE 2016 SETİ (6 SAYI)

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Frame Magazine 2016 Set / 6 Sayı (No 108-113)

Frame 108 Jan/Feb 2016

 

Work It Out, Frame’s January/February issue, unveils five formulas for future-proof offices.

We hear from Studio O+A, the go-to designers for innovative tech workspaces, and discuss the issues facing today’s creatives with Design Museum’s Deyan Sudjic. Patricia Urquiola reveals what she’s learned during her career, while our flooring and wallcoverings special uncovers three top trends for 2016.

Seeds
Designers see the wood for the trees. Supernatural shines at Cersaie. Boeing introduces the world's lightest material. Fashion brands serve up feasts. Concrete shapes an unconventional spa experience. All this and more is bubbling on the fringes of the great indoors.

Portraits
Partisans aims high in Toronto. Patricia Urquiola reflects on where it all began. John Sabraw paints with pollution. Norman and Norah Stone open the doors to their collection. Ciguë traces its aesthetic roots. Rianna Makkink and Jurgen Bey offer a window into their world. All this and more perspectives on people.

Harvest
Schemata Architects raises the stock. Es Devlin helps Louis Vuitton expand its fandom. Bonsoir Paris hypnotizes for Hermès. Formafantasma struts its stuff on the catwalk. Olafur Elliasson gets retrospective. ZCD Architects changes it up for Hussein Chalayan. It's the pick of the crop from the worlds of art and design.

Frame Lab
We discover how physical space affects creativity, hear about Studio O+A's human-centric design approach, and list five steps that can lead to future-proof offices.

Reports
Livable and customizable bathrooms, breathable walls, and supersized ceramic tiles: interior products are smarter and more sustainable than ever. In this issue's special IMM LivingInteriors Report, we cover top trends in sanitaryware, flooring and wallcoverings.

 

 

 

Frame  109 Mar/Apr 2016

 

The March/April issue beams the limelight on chromatic spaces that boost wellbeing.

Most healthcare spaces have a sterile appearance, dominated by pristine whites and cool blues. But current technologies allow designers to take a more chromatic approach to clinics, hospitals and the like. We take a comprehensive look at the restorative and uplifting benefits of colour.

Colour expert Hilary Dalke underpins her stance ‘contrast is everything’ and Vittorio Radice divulges his strategy to revive humdrum department-store chains with collective individuality. The Bouroullec brothers recall who and what got them to where they are today, and Snarkitecture plucks five pivotal projects from the studio’s stimulating timeline.

Seeds
Designers relive their youth. Ikea explores the future of living. Customized cocktails are served by a bartending robot. Kitchens for home-made medication. Design Miami exhibitors repurpose mundane materials. All this and more is bubbling on the fringes of the great indoors.

Portraits
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec tell their shared story. Germaine Kruip gives in to the dark side. Snarkitecture shows what shaped the studio. Galila Barzilaï-Hollander takes stock of her collection. Ghaith&Jad embraces Beirut's blemishes. Eugeni Quitllet talks life from matin to noche. All this and more perspectives from people.

Harvest
Adjaye Associates covers all angles. Neri&Hu performs plastic surgery. March Studio channels post-war suburbia, Moment pulls passers-by into Me Issey Miyake's web. El Equipo Creativo trawls the ocean for inspiration. It's the pick of the crop from the worlds of art and design.

Features
Vittorio Radice transforms dull department stores into sexy shopping magnets.  Frame Lab explores the benefits of colour in healthcare spaces and colour expert Hilary Dalke reveals the impact of contrast on human response.

Reports
Outdoor
Kettal stamps out the latest in aluminium technology. Moroso, Dedon, Extremis, Deesawat and Vondom gather, play & relax. B&B Italia, Paola Lenti and more plump up the volume, while Knoll, Estudio Campana and others slim down.

For Frame #109 Digital, the magazine's iPad version, download the Frame app for free in the App Store.

Frame subscribers receive free access to Frame Digital #109. Follow the step-by-step instructions to activate your free issue for the duration of your print subscription.

 

 

 

Frame  110 May/June 2016

 

What’s new? Well, quite a bit in Frame 110. The May/Jun issue – launched to coincide with Milan’s Salone del Mobile – has a fresh look.


Inside, you'll find the initial fruits of our new collaborative venture with Eyes on Talents, which serves as a launch pad for award-winning young creatives, as well as the catalogue for our debut themed exhibition – What’s the Matter? : Design for a phygital world – during Milan Design Week. This issue's Frame Lab takes on the diversification of retail, uncovering how brands are branching out to build their fandom.

Objects
Designers take cues from cars. Formafantasma brings materiality to light. Issey Miyake unfolds a new pleated material. Classics are reborn and wood makes the cut at IMM. Participants play with processes and office acoustics sing out at the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. All this and more is shaping the world of products.

Talents
Aurelie Hoegy puts the 'extra' in extraordinary. Studio Brynjar & Veronika thrives on nature. Yuri Suzuki plays with the power of sound. Meet our curated selection of award-winning creatives.

Portraits
Tokujin Yoshioka looks back and beyond. Note pinpoints its landmark projects. Lukstudio sets up a springboard in Shanghai. Chiharu Shiota strings together space. Marieke and Pieter Sanders put their design collection to use. Doshi Levien diarizes a day. Get all this and even more perspectives on people.

Spaces
Nendo defies department-store formulas. Bureau Betak plants a funhouse forest for Dior. Dimore Studio saturates Aēsop with colour. Patrick Norguet gives McDonald's a sophisticated makeover. Neri&Hu goes alfresco for a Shanghai hamburger joint. Step inside the great indoors.

Retail Lab
Brands on Show
The rapid rise of e-commerce means that retailers can no longer afford to ignore opportunities outside the traditional store environment. Brands are starting to provide content that supports the products they sell. From pop-up exhibitions to workshops, this issue's Frame Lab reveals how retailers are branching out to reel in the crowds and increase their fandom.

What's the Matter? Design for a phygital world
Moving away from the focus on craft and tradition, Frame mounts a debut exhibition in Milan that showcases the effects of digital technologies on contemporary design.

Reports
Hans Boodt considers the future of retail. Erco, Modular, Occhio and more have display lighting covered. Top mannequin brands get back to reality. Shelving-system manufacturers opt to adapt. Discover what's driving the business of design.

 

 

 

Frame  111 Jul/Aug 2016

 

Frame sizes up shared living and heads to Milan in issue 111.


The Jul/Aug issue of Frame reflects on the design event of the year: see the best material statements and the most immersive experiences during Salone del Mobile. In Frame Lab, which explores how the sharing economy is affecting the residential scene, Airbnb, Mini and more share their visions for the future of urban living. Furniture manufacturers, meanwhile, respond to shrinking spaces and urban nomads.

Objects
Digital meets physical at Salone del Mobile. Design Days Dubai presentations reference Emirati culture. Luminaire enhance architecture at Light + Building. See what’s shaping the world of products.

Talents
Philipp Beisheim pumps up infla(tables). Chihiro Tanaka fuses fashion and lighting. Anna Puigjaner put a social spin on spaces. Meet our curated selection of prizewinning creatives.

Portraits
Luca Nichetto talks pirates and products. Formafantasma traces its craft-centreic red thread. Sebastian Herkner feeds on daily dose of creativity. Only If rejects aesthetic stereotypes. Artist Lisa Park moves water with her mind. Get all this and even more perspectives on people.

Spaces
Dover Street Market enters no-man’s-land in London. Selfridges and Neri&Hu team up to tackle the wellness sector. MVRDV invents glass bricks in Amsterdam. Tokujin Yoshioka illuminates the Issey Miyake story. Cigue sets a material-rich stage for Julien David’s fashions. Step inside the great indoors.

Co-Living Lab
Frame Lab explores how the sharing economy is affecting the residential scene. The Collective takes on co-housing in London, Naruse Inokuma Architects puts community first in Japan, and conceptual dwellings respond to overpopulation.

Reports
Moooi causes a stir in Milan. Cassina, Arper, Emeco and others adapt to shrinking spaces. MDF Italia, Artifort and Normann Copenhagen cater to urban nomads. Discover what’s driving the business of design.

 

 

 

Frame  112 Sep/Oct 2016

 

 

The August/September issue checks in to the hospitality scene to explore tailor-made hotel concepts for millennial travellers.


We (re)visit Art Basel and the Venice Architecture Biennale, shed light on the possibilities of LED technology and discuss democratic design with Layer founder Benjamin Hubert. Nendo pushes department store interiors forward while Jo Nagasaka looks back on his multidisciplinary career.

Objects
Craft meets high tech at Design Miami/Basel. Designing with hair heads for the manestream. Multidisciplinary portfolios are on the rise at NYCxDesign Week. See what’s shaping the world of products.

Talents
Frame teams up with Eyes on Talents to highlight award-winning designers. Eyes on Talents is a by-invitation-only online platform used by innovative brands to discover and connect with top creatives from a range of disciplines.

Pernelle Poyet shares the ABC’s of design. Aurélie Vial makes lasers fashionable. Raphaӫl Pluvinage and Marion Pinaffo play games with paper. Meet our curated selection of prizewinning creatives.

Portraits
Jo Nagasaka recollects his rise to success. Benjamin Hubert makes a society-driven shift. Lindsey Adelman is always and never designing. Jeppe Hein gets seriously reflective. Daniel de Bruin works with himself. Get all this and even more perspectives on people.

Spaces
Snøhetta spices up Aēsop in Singapore. BIG unzips a wall for the Serpentine Pavilion. Adjaye Associates crafts with crinkle-cut concrete. Maurice Mentjens plays tour guide at Art Basel. Rafael de Cárdenas dazzles selfie seekers in Russia. Step inside the great indoors.

Frame Lab
Frame Lab analyses how the hospitality industry adapts to guests’ lifestyles. DesignAgency crosses the borders between luxury and budget. The makers of EquipHotel go for multifaceted lodgings. Philippe Starck meets the needs of millennial movers in Singapore. Emerging hotel brands target like-minded people.

Reports

Lighting
Flos, Occhio, Luceplan and more go modular with LEDs. Foscarini, Tom Dixon and PSLAB give restaurants the light touch. Marset, Modular, Delta Light and others illuminate the wellness sector. Discover what’s driving the business of design.

 

 

 

Frame #113 Nov/Dec 2016

 

 

The August/September issue checks in to the hospitality scene to explore tailor-made hotel concepts for millennial travellers.


We (re)visit Art Basel and the Venice Architecture Biennale, shed light on the possibilities of LED technology and discuss democratic design with Layer founder Benjamin Hubert. Nendo pushes department store interiors forward while Jo Nagasaka looks back on his multidisciplinary career.

Objects
Craft meets high tech at Design Miami/Basel. Designing with hair heads for the manestream. Multidisciplinary portfolios are on the rise at NYCxDesign Week. See what’s shaping the world of products.

Talents
Frame teams up with Eyes on Talents to highlight award-winning designers. Eyes on Talents is a by-invitation-only online platform used by innovative brands to discover and connect with top creatives from a range of disciplines.

Pernelle Poyet shares the ABC’s of design. Aurélie Vial makes lasers fashionable. Raphaӫl Pluvinage and Marion Pinaffo play games with paper. Meet our curated selection of prizewinning creatives.

Portraits
Jo Nagasaka recollects his rise to success. Benjamin Hubert makes a society-driven shift. Lindsey Adelman is always and never designing. Jeppe Hein gets seriously reflective. Daniel de Bruin works with himself. Get all this and even more perspectives on people.

Spaces
Snøhetta spices up Aēsop in Singapore. BIG unzips a wall for the Serpentine Pavilion. Adjaye Associates crafts with crinkle-cut concrete. Maurice Mentjens plays tour guide at Art Basel. Rafael de Cárdenas dazzles selfie seekers in Russia. Step inside the great indoors.

Frame Lab
Frame Lab analyses how the hospitality industry adapts to guests’ lifestyles. DesignAgency crosses the borders between luxury and budget. The makers of EquipHotel go for multifaceted lodgings. Philippe Starck meets the needs of millennial movers in Singapore. Emerging hotel brands target like-minded people.

Reports

Lighting
Flos, Occhio, Luceplan and more go modular with LEDs. Foscarini, Tom Dixon and PSLAB give restaurants the light touch. Marset, Modular, Delta Light and others illuminate the wellness sector. Discover what’s driving the business of design.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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