Now here is a cause for celebration. From its humble beginnings back in 1997, Frame celebrates its 100th issue.
It’s a special one – and not just because it’s bigger than usual. After rifling through the archives and piecing together clippings from old Frame magazines Helsinki-based designer and illustrator Linda Linko gave Frame 100 a festive coat. The Frame 100 research feature looks back to look forward and Lucy McRae shares her dreams about travelling to outer space. Join in the festivities.
The most inspiring projects bubbling on the fringes of the great indoors. We go from atelier to laboratory in search of the freshest thinking to spark your imagination.
The pick of the crop: a visual feast plucked from the finest that the worlds of art, fashion and design have to offer.
Sebastian Wrong talks regrets, Faye Toogood nominates a fledgling designer and
James Bridle plays the part of Big Brother.
Joyce Wang’s Hong Kong restaurant presents diners with a riddle to solve and the ‘Nail Houses’ of Shanghai that refuse to be destroyed.
Behnaz Farahi’s interactive installations breathe life into static architecture.
Barber Osgerby translate BMW’s aesthetics into a mirrored installation for London Design Festival.