The UN reports that by 2050 people over 65 will outnumber those under 15. With this in mind, five makers answered the Frame 115 Challenge.
Monthly Archive: September 2017
Great things come in little bundles. What’s more, this minor living space, worked in the Oregon woods for just $11,000 is observer to that. Consider it – you can’t get an auto today for $11,000 and here is a sweet minimal home at that cost. Worked from regular materials, many sourced locally, this ah, it […]
Many people just consider doormats to be a remark their feet on, however in the event that you truly consider it, doormats hold a higher reason – they’re the main thing that individuals see before entering your home. Your grandmother’s crude “welcome” tangle likely doesn’t reflect you as a man, in any case, so we’ve […]
Among others, Patricia Urquiola, Jaime Hayon, and Glenn Pushelberg offer their expertise to the 2018 Frame Awards.
Urban developers, Knight Dragon, are creating London’s first ever purpose-built district designed for the creative industries.
Ineke Hans addresses global issues with her innovative designs in the ‘Was ist Loos’ exhibition in Vienna.
The sweet dress took nearly 4 years and consumed about 10,000 candy wrappers in its making. The purse about 2,000. The wrappers used in this dress are that of the Starburst candies. Emily took the help of her family and friends to make this fantabulous dressp purse and heels. She first categorized them based on […]
Helsinki Design Week 2017 showcases the city’s vibrant design scene, rooted in its rich heritage while continuously looking into future. Here are the highlights.
LEGO is often looked upon as only a toy. You might say “Of course, that is what they are!” But think what you will do with them once your children grow out of them. Well, there are many different ways you can put these LEGO toys to good practical use. The first brick of plastic […]
Leading architects Norman Foster and Snøhetta’s Craig Dykers spoke to Blueprint about what collaboration means to them and their work
The new NGS Macmillan Unit at Chesterfield Royal Hospital has provided a space for fragmented cancer services to come together, providing more efficient care for individuals suffering from the disease.
Patrick Brill — better known as the artist Bob and Roberta Smith — is on a mission to turn the seaside town of Folkestone into an art school for all, for its fourth Art Triennial and beyond. Inspired by the parlous state of the UK’s art education sys…
The Victoria and Albert Museum opened its new Members’ Room on Monday.
The refurbishment of Hunke Jewellers and Opticians sees the separate departments brought together under a cohesive yet distinct identity.
Arno Beurskens and Christiane Müller discuss how Vescom’s worldwide presence facilitates open communication with customers on their design needs.
While we might love to eat as many cookies and cakes as possible not all of us have the golden hand for baking. However the recipe that I am going to share here is just meant for people like those, including me. I found this in the blog of Burlap Bag and it uses only […]