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A co-working space in South Korea gets culture-specific

Seoul-based Station Neo, designed by Atelier Archi@Mosphere, was conceived when the particularities of the local culture in mind.
 

This Italian guesthouse proves rural tourism doesn’t have to feel rural

With a revamped Art Nouveau aesthetic, Gloriette Guesthouse uses its surroundings to its advantage and reminds us to get that fresh air we all need.
 

A Dutch living space invites visitors to imagine Neolith products in their own homes

Stone & Skills, a Dutch store, wanted their local clients to have the same kind of Neolith experience they experienced in the brand’s Valencia showroom.
 

Here’s an office layout to consider: the working showroom

Artek’s new headquarters in Helsinki, designed by Sevil Peach, makes some radical decisions to bring employees together and organically improve teamwork.
 

This school renovation highlights the importance of musical education in Venezuela

The Parasite Project , a renovation by Atelier Caracas, turns the building’s previously decorative finishes into structural pieces – and much more.
 

Into immersive experiences? Here are three tips from a brand doing them well

For the Sonos x Frame Sound Challenge, we worked with the brand to produce an experiential installation. Here are some of the lessons we learned from them.  
 

Here’s the project longlist for the Frame Awards 2019

Out of nearly 1050 submissions, we’ve picked the first round of projects moving to the next phase in our spatial, executional and societal awards. 
 

This Norwegian hotel provides eternal sunshine – yes, Norwegian

In Bergen, Dutch design team Concrete imagines a hotel whose guests never have to suffer a daylight deficiency.
 

The most important sales platform in the rug industry wants to Create’n’Connect

Flooring event Domotex 2019 is celebrating its capacity to connect global players – after all, they are expecting 38,000 visitors and more than 1,400 exhibitors.
 

A new pod hotel challenges design mediocrity in a ski village

The Pangea Pod Hotel by Bricault Design aims to provide mid-range accommodation for a mountain resort village that has lost touch with luxury.
 



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