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Frame July - August 2015

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.

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Netherlands
언어:
English
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Frame Publishers
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Bimonthly
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disruptive design

What was your interpretation of the brief? MORGAN MACCARI: We began by questioning the creation of a product by taking a disruptive point of view. The description of ‘product’ is so broad – it encompasses everything from a single object to spatial relationships between multiple objects. Our definition takes everything into consideration, from the birth of an idea to its design, production, execution, usage and beyond – to the memory of the object and its obsolescence. How did you go about making the images? MM: Having established our vision of the life cycle of a product, we picked out key points. Our story illustrates all the possible steps that a product is the subject of – and is subject to. The series explores the idea of progression, which was vital to achieving a…

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renewing the new

NO better place to take the temperature of design than Milan. Introduced as a showcase for innovative products from Italy’s furniture industry, the Salone del Mobile has evolved over a period of nearly 55 years into a global marketplace, a breeding ground for young talent, a platform for branding and – if you like – a hotbed of discussion on and around design. (Most of the analysis and debate takes place in the city’s bars and restaurants.) Major movements originate in Milan. In the 1980s, for example, Memphis burst on the scene, followed in the ’90s by the fresh breeze that drifted in with Droog. At the beginning of the new millennium, celebrated designers surprised us with their high-end design art. It wasn’t long before Milan became – and still is…

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contributors

‘The photoshoot with Klaus opened my eyes to a strange world I didn’t know existed. His work inspired me to shoot a little personal project quite different from my usual work.’ Originally a news and documentary photographer, Bristol-based Gareth Iwan Jones now specializes in portraits. His subjects run the gamut from ferret enthusiasts and re-enactors of historical events to hula hoopers. Recent commissions took him behind the scenes at the Glastonbury Festival, as well as into the lives of transgender children. He published Caravan in 2014. Jones got together with Klaus Kemp for Frame 105. ‘I remember admiring a piece in the magazine that featured the Frame office – I was an undergrad at the time – and thinking how amazing it would be to work there. Years later, that vision became…

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bmw x university of art and design offenbach

‘Through the speculative combination of materials and the transference of traditional processes of fabrication into innovative contexts, surprising results are achieved.’ The words are those of Dr Markus Holzbach, professor at the University of Art and Design Offenbach (HfG). Having viewed the presentation of the school’s recently founded Institute of Materialdesign IMD at Ventura Lambrate in Milan, for which HfG collaborated with BMW AG, we have to agree with the professor. Students studied the possibilities of cross-materialization, testing the limits of materials and modifying their properties. The result was a playful series of tactile interactive surfaces that respond to touch and humidity, for example. Aeneas Stankowski came up with Voice, an attempt to design the automotive sound of the future. Think of electric cars, which promise to decrease noise pollution…

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keeping time

The abstract experience of chronological momentum gains physical form in Time Over Time, an experimental project by ‘designer-maker’ Dawn Haleta that illustrates the effects of light on dichroic glass. Displayed as part of an exhibition by design collective All Things in Between, Haleta’s sculptural pieces comprise layers of glass and metallic oxides that react to variations in both natural and artificial light. Changes in ambient light cause transformations in the colours of the rocklike objects, revealing the passage of time through the timeless properties of colour and light. theobservatory.co allthingsinbetween.net…

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chubby champions

While in Paris a new French law prevents extremely thin models from stepping on the catwalk, the fair in Milan is a corpulent display of Italian carbs. Not only do Salone visitors appear to be well nourished; many of the objects showcased look as though they’ve enjoyed the same rich meal. Furniture – as well as fashion – yo-yos from sleek and lean to porcine proportions. Padded, pumped and plum: design is fattening up to fill our need for comfort. Padded, pumped and plum: design is fattening up Photo Marek Kruszewski, courtesy of VG Bild-Kunst…