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Frame, Issue 155 – 2024 Special: The State of Spatial Design

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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:

FRAME’s 2024 Special issue is all about reflection and projection. We showcase the winners of the 2023 FRAME Awards – the projects and people representing the best of the spatial design industry in the past year – and look ahead with the key themes set to shape the spaces of tomorrow. Here, we dive deeper into what you can find inside.

Meet the recipients of the FRAME Honorary Awards: innovative people and players in the spatial design industry.

Get the key takeaways from our award-winning projects from across the wide spatial design spectrum – retail, hospitality, work, shows, living, institutions and interior products – including essential industry insights from our grand jury.

See how the design industry needs to change its aesthetic and strategy to be more sustainable, from adopting an ‘undesign’ approach to redefining beauty standards.

Learn why challenging times are breeding an expectation for the unexpected – and see how that’s translating into the design of escapist experiences.

Discover why being intentionally vague about the use of spaces and objects may be the best design strategy in an age of uncertainty.

Find out how designers are generating spatial synchronicity through the unambiguous yet expressive use of colour.




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