Frame. The Great Indoors # 111

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Frame. The Great Indoors # 111

July-August 2016
Sprache: Englisch Erscheinungsrhythmus: 6 Ausgaben pro Jahr Ursprungsland: Niederlande Seiten: 208 Magazin: Frame Maße: L: 29.7cm B: 23cm H: 1.5cm
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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.

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