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When off the shelf doesn’t cut it: the rise of project-specific furniture

Custom furnishings at Public include modern conveniences such as built-in USB ports and reading lamps. As the redefinition of luxury leads to an increase in customized products, architects are collaborating with furniture brands for one-of-a-kind results.
 

At Frame Lab, OMA’s David Gianotten sets the stage for the architecture of tomorrow

OMA’s managing partner-architect David Gianotten gives a talk on the changing role of architects in sustainable building at Frame Lab.
 

The optimism of the world’s largest furniture fair

2018’s Salone del Mobile is fast approaching, and promises to expand the horizons of the worldwide design and furnishing industries on 17 - 22 April.
 

The work of Etienne Bas reflects Beirut’s urban fabric

‘My approach to retail design is less about dressing a shop interior,’ says Etienne Bastormagi, ‘and more about reflecting what will be displayed inside.’ 
 

The darkest building on earth might just offer the most enlightening experience

Asif Khan coats Hyundai’s Pavilion for the Winter Olympics in a super black material that absorbs 99% of the light hitting its surface, marking it the world's largest continuous nanostructure. 
 

The five best installations at the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair

Bolon’s flooring materials become a ‘forest’ of tubes hanging from the ceiling; Luca Nichetto designs a bar in the spirit of Stonehenge.
 

At Frame Lab, Uwe Brückner advocates autonomy in digitally enhanced space

Seasoned scenographer, architect, and Atelier Brückner founder, Uwe Brückner gives a compelling talk at Frame Lab titled, Hybrid Space: Does the Digital Kill the Real?
 

At Frame Lab, Nick Verstand presents a meditative experience inspired by materialized emotions

Esper, a hypnotic, meditative environment by Studio Nick Verstand, is just one of the intriguing designs on exhibit on 21 - 22 February.
 

At Frame Lab, Nick Verstand presents a meditative experience within an audiovisual installation

Esper, a hypnotic, meditative environment by Studio Nick Verstand, is just one of the intriguing designs on exhibit on 21 - 22 February.
 

Last call for the world’s best designs – beyond interiors

With the submission deadline closing in less than two weeks, there’s still time to enter work from across all design categories to the international A’ Design Award.
 



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