Work It Out, Frame’s January/February issue, unveils five formulas for future-proof offices.
We hear from Studio O+A, the go-to designers for innovative tech workspaces, and discuss the issues facing today’s creatives with Design Museum’s Deyan Sudjic. Patricia Urquiola reveals what she’s learned during her career, while our flooring and wallcoverings special uncovers three top trends for 2016.
Designers see the wood for the trees. Supernatural shines at Cersaie. Boeing introduces the world's lightest material. Fashion brands serve up feasts. Concrete shapes an unconventional spa experience. All this and more is bubbling on the fringes of the great indoors.
Partisans aims high in Toronto. Patricia Urquiola reflects on where it all began. John Sabraw paints with pollution. Norman and Norah Stone open the doors to their collection. Ciguë traces its aesthetic roots. Rianna Makkink and Jurgen Bey offer a window into their world. All this and more perspectives on people.
Schemata Architects raises the stock. Es Devlin helps Louis Vuitton expand its fandom. Bonsoir Paris hypnotizes for Hermès. Formafantasma struts its stuff on the catwalk. Olafur Elliasson gets retrospective. ZCD Architects changes it up for Hussein Chalayan. It's the pick of the crop from the worlds of art and design.
We discover how physical space affects creativity, hear about Studio O+A's human-centric design approach, and list five steps that can lead to future-proof offices.
Livable and customizable bathrooms, breathable walls, and supersized ceramic tiles: interior products are smarter and more sustainable than ever. In this issue's special IMM LivingInteriors Report, we cover top trends in sanitaryware, flooring and wallcoverings.