Frame #82 Sep/Oct 2011

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Frame visits two hotels where art plays major role: Jean Nouvel's sleek Sofitel hotel in Vienna, Austria (with glossy video-art ceilings by Pipilotti Rist) and Shogo Kawada's anime-inspired Chaos Sunline Hotel in Kamata, Japan.

We meet artist Tatzu Nishi, who takes famous landmarks and builds temporary spaces around them - most recently surrounding Singapore's famous Merlion sculpture with a hotel. Meanwhile, artist Jean-Francois Fourtou recreated his grandparents' home as an upside-down enigma. Finally, we talk to exhibition makers Holzer Kobler and take a tour of Ooze's Art Cave in Knokke, Belgium - an art collector's 'personal museum'.


New interiors by: James Turrell, Olafur Eliasson, Yoshiaki Oyabu, Nendo, Patkau, Shigeru Fuse, Daisuke Sugawara, Suppose, Pedro Gadanho, Karim Rashid, Rafael de Cárdenas, 3GATTI, 42 Architects, Ion Ander Beloki, Ippolito Fleitz, Maurice Mentjens, BNKR, Mathieu Lehanneur, Aspa Architects, Hector Esrawe, Ignacio Cadena, Holger Hoffmann (One Fine Day), Sid Lee, Jaime Sepulcre Bernad, Twoplus-A, Vincent Dubourg, the Campana brothers

Museums as lanterns and balloons, the station as a bridge, and other variations on a theme from MVRDV, OMA, Arata Isozaki with Andrea Maffei, and more

Vipp: The power of a classic product 
Laufen: Breaking boundaries in bathroom technology 
Catalogue: Lighting: the latest looks in luminaires


  • Mind Games: Le Corbu meets Freud and investigating the psychology of design
  • Through the Roof: Ceiling art by Pipilotti Rist lights up Jean Nouvel’s Sofitel in Vienna 
  • Into the Wild: Anime adventures in Tokyo with Pixiv’s Chaos*Lounge 
  • In the Best Possible Taste: The art of the apartment: Ooze’s home for a contemporary connoisseur 
  • Fall for It: The intriguing upside-down world of Jean-François Fourtou
  • It’s a Wrap: Public landmarks morph to domestic interiors, thanks to Tatzu Nishi
  • Monster High: Everywhere and nowhere - inside Anish Kapoor’s Leviathan
  • Chameleon Curators: For exhibition designers Holzer Kobler, form follows location


  • Portrait: The illuminating ideas of Daniel Rybakken
  • Introducing: On a (recycled) roll with Shir Atar
  • Talk: Dieter Rams on sustainability, style, and why his design philosophy is akin to Zen 
  • Exhibition: Pierre Charpin - a career in colour
  • Process: Michael Hansmeyer’s new algorithmic language of form
  • Market: Science and nature inspired the best of ICFF in New York
  • One Artist, One Material: Self-portraits in small wooden squares, balls and slats by Levi van Veluw
  • Design Art: Nacho Carbonell makes a play for our psyches
  • Book: Design wants to be free, say the editors of Open Design Now

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