Synopses & Reviews
Diesel does a pop-up villiage, Soviet-era nostalgia fuels bar in St. Petersburg, bringing art to the Home with Tara Donovan, malleable brick, a darkly dramatic lobby in Melbourne, Kinnarps looks toward the office of the future, learning from Vladimir Kagan, failures and fortunes in design, Mathieu Lehanneur makes meditative object for terminal patients, and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec publish a volume of drawings.
Frame: The Great Indoors is a bi-monthly international trade journal devoted to the design of interiors and products. Frame offers a stunning selection of interior designs created for shops, offices, exhibitions, residences, and hospitality venues. The magazine has the look, feel, and heft of a book.
Frame packs the most interesting work from around the globe into six tactile issues a year. Visually focused, the magazine offers well-written articles illustrated with many photos, drawings, and sketches. A great deal of energy goes into finding, analyzing, and presenting the story behind each design published, and into communicating the message in everyday, easy-to-understand English. Loaded with only the best in contemporary design, Frame is an indispensable reference for professional interior designers, as well as for those involved in other creative pursuits.
What readers will find in each issue of Frame:
VisionsFrom the Drawing Board: Interior designs for the future, including projects that may or may not be realized.
StillsPortfolio of Places: Concise reports on newly completed interiors worldwide, from Tokyo hair salons to the latest bars in London and New York.
FeaturesProjects in Perspective: In-depth articles on recently created interiors and their designers.
GoodsMaterial Matters: A section completely dedicated to the latest in product design, from furniture and lamps to display systems and cutting-edge fabrics.