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Frame #70

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We've ventured over the rainbow for this colour issue, interviewing furniture designers BarberOsgerby, product designer Hella Jongerius, colour consultant Giulio Ridolfo and lighting designer Kai Piippo.

Frame #114

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The Jan/Feb issue of Frame explores the most ground-breaking environments for learning, from offices structured like college campuses to hospitality venues that double as libraries.

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Frame #111

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Frame sizes up shared living and heads to Milan in issue 111.

Mark #67

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With a focus on apartment complexes, Mark #67 sheds light on high-rise residential towers in big cities. Featured projects based in Nantes, Frankfurt and Antwerp show that living in communal dwellings doesn’t have to be a monotonous experience.

Frame #93

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From intricate interventions to large-scale beacons, this issue of Frame is about making your mark.

Frame #87

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‘Turkish delight’ is given a whole new meaning as we visit Istanbul to take in the city’s newest design projects and uncover why the capital is booming.

Frame #83

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We visit post-bling, top-notch venues that do more than just flash the cash.

Frame #79

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Say konnichiha to Japanese design! We review Ryue Nishizawa's Teshima Art Museum, a 40-m-wide teardrop housing a permanent collection of droplet-themed works by Rei Naito.

Frame #78

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Hella Jongerius' 300 colourful vases grace the cover of this vibrant issue.

Frame #77

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Garbage has been given a whole new purpose!

Frame #74

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Ready to hit the road? We've been in search of - and located - the best new design hotels.

Frame #71

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With space as the focus, we explore stands by Established & Sons, Studio Toogood and Tobias Rehberger; later, we visit schools by Klumpp + Klumpp, SHH and Snelder and i29.

Frame #68

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This issue focuses on restaurants, with an essay on edible experiences by UK food critic Emma Sturgess, plus 10 dining venues.

Frame #64

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Visiting workspaces around the world has us thinking greener, as we explore the office of the (near) future that promises to become more eco-friendly.

Frame #56

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Ready for a fill of gimmicks? There's no shortage in this issue, as we visit shops for Van Cleef & Arpels and Fornarina, plus two mesmerizing nightclubs in Madrid and Singapore.

Frame #57

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Seeing white these days? We undercover why creatives are clearing out clutter and covering everything with a coat of white.

Frame #54

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Care to wine and dine in style? Check out our featured six restaurant venues by the likes of Thomas Heatherwick and Zaha Hadid.

Frame #55

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Take our guided tour through Tokyo as we visit 12 boutiques, a mall, two hair salons and a virtual hotel.

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Frame #104

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Frame #104 analyses the retail landscape of tomorrow.

Frame #115

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The March/April issue of Frame explores how physical retail spaces can remain relevant in an increasingly digital era. Enter the retail revolution.

Frame #118

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The Sep/Oct issue of Frame explores how hotels and restaurants are striving to be local in every aspect. From the food they offer to the plates on which it’s served; to the materials used in the spaces. Local hospitality has never been so global.

Frame #50

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In our 50th issue, we interview the 10 designers who have been featured the most in Frame.

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Frame #100

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Now here is a cause for celebration. From its humble beginnings back in 1997, Frame celebrates its 100th issue.

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Mark #55

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Mark #55 goes off the radar, featuring a handful of lengthy, painstaking efforts to restore remote, abandoned villages in Southern Europe.

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Mark #52

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It’s been five years since the Black Saturday bushfires caused devastation in Victoria, Australia.

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Mark #50

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In early February, Mark announced an open competition for a cover design to celebrate the magazine’s 50th issue. No fewer than 540 entries from 48 countries made it anything but easy to single out the best proposal.

Mark #43

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New museums keep popping up in the USA.

Mark #34

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Take a trip to another galaxy at MAD Architect's Ordos Museum, conceived in response to the strict geometry of the city's master plan.

Mark #32

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What’s the modern monument in 2011? In Mexico City, it’s Fernando Romero’s Museo Soumaya, which he built for his father-in-law (the world’s richest man).

Mark #29

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Women at the helm of architecture: we visit Zaha Hadid’s Guangzhou Opera and New York’s Nina Libeskind, the driving force behind studio Daniel Libeskind.

Mark #27

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Imagination runs wild at Yuusuke Karasawa’s residence in Mount Kano.

Mark #22

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Outdoors and indoors converge as Makoto Tanijiri builds an interior garden filling most of his small Moriyama house.

Mark #23

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See how architects face challenges, as Zaha Hadid summons Rome to embrace a new way of experiencing the art of today.

Mark #20

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-Venture through the world’s newest and most unusual houses -

Mark #17

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Mark magazine is a platform for the practice and perception of architecture at the dawn of the third millennium.

Mark #10

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What happens when you combine Richard Hutten, MVRDV and Thonik? You get a building complex that celebrates the values of a park, public space and nature. Mark magazine investigates this and more, including Koolhaas' favorite reading list for a liter...

Mark #7

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In this star-studded issue, we gain insight into the workings of leading architectural figures-and not only in the business of designing. From renowned architectural photographer Iwan Baan to new OMA, as well as in conversation with Kenneth Frampton.

Mark #5

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Mark magazine traverses through Asia - uncovering the culture of copying in China to the domestic architectural bliss of private Japanese houses.

Frame #92

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Tough times and internet shopping mean retailers must reinvent or die.

Frame #91

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This issue, Frame tries out fresh concepts of future living - as imagined by designers and their clients in some intriguing homes.

Mark #65

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Mark #65 sees the realisation of the highly anticipated Port House in Antwerp by Zaha Hadid Architects. Are interventions always so dramatic?

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Mark #64

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The age-old issue of housing supply and the decade-old issue of mass-image consumption. Two topics that have affected the architectural industry separately but if looked at through a different lens, maybe a connection could be made.

Mark #70

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As we head into fall, here comes a new issue of Mark to warm us up as the cold starts to seep in.

Mark #66

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We’re floating on cloud nine with all the excitement of the latest issue of Mark. Issue #66 finally sees the realization of several long-awaited projects and, we assure you, it has been well worth the wait!

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Frame #102

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As all good things must come to an end, so must 2014. Following a year filled with milestones and openings, the first issue of 2015 celebrates another year of fresh beginnings.

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Frame #101

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With Frame's centennial issue now behind us, we embark upon the next hundred issues by asking 'is this a fad, or is it the future?'

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Mark #51

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Articles on China’s building boom often highlight the property bubble, megalomaniac planners, governmental corruption and private graft, substandard building practices and the destruction of the nation’s cultural heritage.

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Mark #49

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Literally translated, the saying goes that the Fleming is ‘born with a brick in his stomach’.

Mark #48

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Danish architecture is experiencing an undeniable heyday. How is it that such a small country has such a high level of architectural success?

Mark #44

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The past 15 years have seen architecture in Indonesia free itself from the stifling uniformity that defined it during the presidential regimes of Sukarno and Suharto.

Mark #42

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What better place to explore inventive homes and innovative architects than a country with a housing crisis?

Mark #41

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There’s no sign of slow down for Montpellier, with the French boom town awash in big-name architects and major projects.

Mark #37

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We’re off to Georgia, where we uncover the new architectural program – plus a governmental mission – that has birthed the country’s biggest construction boom in centuries.

Mark #31

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Architecture and philanthropy combine, as Frankfurt's Stefan Forster chops off entire floors of social housing blocks in need of renovation and Julie D. Taylor makes sure designers get the credit they deserve.

Mark #28

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Private residences are a hot topic, as we venture to China and uncover what you get for your money when buying an apartment.

Mark #19

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According to architect Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, the most important occupant of Atelier Bow-Wow’s latest residential design is fire.

Mark #18

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Mark magazine is a platform for the practice and perception of architecture at the dawn of the third millennium.

Mark #14

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Mark magazine is a platform for the practice and perception of architecture at the dawn of the third millennium.

Mark #9

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What is the culture of architecture in film? Mark explores the romantic fusion of these creative circuits, as well as an in-depth inquiry into the work and profiles of distinguished architectural figures-from Hitoshi Abe, Martin Lejarraga and Roche.

Mark #4

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In this eclectic Issue, Mark gains insights into architectural protagonists Meixner Schlueter Wendt, Eugene Tsui and Sanaa - as well as delving into the designerly content of architectural shells such as lighting and outdoor furniture.

Mark #3

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Mark tackles the ideas behind powerhouse architect Zaha Hadid's recent work in Germany, as well as a look into the prefab home trend in the USA.

Mark #2

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For its second issue Mark magazine delves into the niche world of skate park architecture, as well as in- depth look into the renowned Stirling Prize.

Mark #1

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From Herzog de& De Meuron's Allianz Arena in Munich to Jean Nouvel's Torre Agbar in Barcelona, Mark spans time, space and architecture for its very first issue.

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Frame #99

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'It's time to marry man and machine' is Faye Toogood's response to our Product and Form Survey. And she's right, of course.

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Frame #98

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After 17 years and 97 issues, we’ve turned Frame inside out and upside down. It was high time for a change. We are, after all, part of a fast-changing world.

Frame #96

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Who really keeps the cogs of the fashion machine in motion? In this issue, we look at the extraordinary talent of those who stage fashion, from imaginative set designers to catwalk-creating maestros.

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Mark #56

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Mark #56 delves into the seemingly contradictory subject of architectural preservation in Los Angeles.

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Frame #110

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What’s new? Well, quite a bit in Frame 110. The May/Jun issue – launched to coincide with Milan’s Salone del Mobile – has a fresh look.

Mark #45

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-São Paulo is marked by opposites, contrasts -

Frame #88

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Caught the art bug? In this issue we speak with Rei Kawakubo about the new Dover Street Market Ginza, where brand names are banned and the shopping experience places as much emphasis on culture as consumerism.

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