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Frame #97 Mar/Apr 2014

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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

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