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Frame #102 Jan/Feb 2015

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As all good things must come to an end, so must 2014. Following a year filled with milestones and openings, the first issue of 2015 celebrates another year of fresh beginnings.

As all good things must come to an end, so must 2014. Following a year filled with milestones and openings, the first issue of 2015 celebrates another year of fresh beginnings. Art director and set designer Anna Lomax visualised this annual renewal with festive images for Frame 102's cover and the Frame Labwhich is dedicated to Events. Let's get this party started!

Contents


Seeds
Innovative ideas and projects are sprouting from the fields of art, design, fashion and technology. Serbian photographer and model Ana Kraš shows her pastel skills and Martina Lasinger weaves with threads of wood. Iris van Herpen’s high tech S/S 2015 collection harnesses magnetic forces.

Harvest
Set designer Anna Lomax and photographer Jess Bonham document the results of mixing light and water while New York City’s urbanites disconnect from the concrete jungle with a pink cave by Marc Fornes and Jana Winderen.

Portraits
Miriam van der Lubbe introduces a future name in the textile development industry and Jaime Hayon talks about happiness, mistakes and open dialogue.

Features
The Frame Lab explores the many facets of events and Alexandre de Betak shares the impact of social media on his design approach for memorable affairs. Carol Lim and Humberto Leon – co-creative directors of French fashion house Kenzo – discuss their collaborations and vision for their retail venture Opening Ceremony.

Reports
The evolution and direction of furniture for the work place is analysed and a 3D printed aluminium chair by Dutch designer Joris Laarman looks to the Eiffel Tower for structural cues.

Deconstructed
OODA’s prefabricated cube gives interior spaces more function and alleviates issues facing abandoned and derelict housing in Oporto, Portugal without altering the historic structures.

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