Frame, Issue 153 – Spatial Therapy
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Frame magazine is the world’s leading interior-design publication. The bimonthly magazine is filled with inspiring projects and stunning photography from all sectors of the international interiors industry. Since 1997, Frame has remained faithful to its vision: putting interior design on the map as a creative profession that’s on a par with product design and architecture.
In this issue:
Issue 153 – Autumn 2023 Exploring everything from restorative retail and healthy homes to psychedelics and neuro-inclusive design: FRAME’s wellbeing-themed autumn issue offers a guide to positively impacting body and mind through spatial design.
Spatial Therapy – How interiors can benefit body and mind
Get up to speed with the latest wellbeing-led product releases, from a stress-reducing light that mimics breathing patterns to a hugging chair for behavioural and emotional support.
Discover three need-to-know studios exploring design’s potential as a tool for self-healing. Find out how parasympathetic responses to our environments could boost our immune systems, how simulated realities can be employed to support stress reduction, and the significance of recognizing and embracing care as a holistic process.
Garner insights into how design can destigmatize psychedelics and pave the way for neurodivergent education spaces, and how housing can get wellness right.
Uncover how spatial design can be employed across sectors to promote restoration and reinvigoration.
Learn from global industry leaders what wellbeing means in the context of retail, and how design solutions can contribute to it.
See how Booking.com’s Amsterdam HQ infuses wellbeing into the architecture of the building – and then optimizes the interior through co-creation, testing and tweaking.
Take visual and conceptual inspiration from cross-disciplinary creative concepts that help establish healthier habits and habitats.
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