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Mark #16
Mark #16

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

Frame #73
Frame #73

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This issue is about fun, as we visit playful interiors like Arne Quinze's l'Eclaireur store in Paris, made using two tonnes of timber and 147 video screens.

Frame #72
Frame #72

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Let's brush up on culture.

Frame #71
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 #70
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 Piip

Frame #69
Frame #69

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As retail revives itself, we visit shops by Marcel Wanders, Studio Makkink & Bey, Remiks, Puresang and Tom Dixon Design Research Studio.

Frame #68
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 #66
Frame #66

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Ready to party? This issue focusses on bars and clubs, featuring a vibrant bar by Katrin Olina, interview with Concrete and an overview of bar essentials.

Frame #67
Frame #67

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What's the modern hotel?

Frame #65
Frame #65

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Love is in the air with Frame #65, which features 16 happy couples.

Frame #64
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 #63
Frame #63

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Ready to shop? We look at stores designed to perfectly display must-have merchandise generated by the fashion industry, from Balenciaga bags to Givenchy dresses.

Frame #62
Frame #62

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In this issue, we look inside 10 interiors that can acquire a new function without changing appearance; 10 double acts.

Frame #61
Frame #61

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Permeating the interiors in this issue is a constant intermingling of nonfiction ? material, form and colour ? and fiction ? story or effect.

Frame #60
Frame #60

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We've been looking at natura in a new way: as a source of imagery, inspiration and intelligence.

Frame #58
Frame #58

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Coined Collidoscopes, this issue shows a motley mix of 11 projects characterized by either harmonious matches or eclectic style clashes.

Frame #59
Frame #59

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Tick tock! This issue is about time and things designed not to last.

Frame #56
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
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
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
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.

Frame #53
Frame #53

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Peer into a life of luxury as we visit high-profile fashion shops by Hedi Slimane, Fabio Novembre and Marc Newson.

Frame #52
Frame #52

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Frame #52 is all about relaxation - we visit spas, saunas and beauty salons from Hamburg to Shanghai, designed by people like Alvaro Siza and Matteo Thun.

Frame #51
Frame #51

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Take a look at a whopping 16 stands and installations.

Frame #104
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Frame #104

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Frame #104 analyses the retail landscape of tomorrow.

Frame #50
Frame #50

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

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.

Frame #101
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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?'

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.

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.

Mark #54
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Usurpation is rampant in neutral Switzerland, where industrial zones left vacant by an increasingly service-oriented economy now host large-scale urban redevelopments.

Mark #53
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In Mark #53, we survey American low-income housing from coast to coast.

Mark #52
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It?s been five years since the Black Saturday bushfires caused devastation in Victoria, Australia.

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 nat

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 t

Mark #49
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Literally translated, the saying goes that the Fleming is ?born with a brick in his stomach?.

Mark #48
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
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 #43
Mark #43

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New museums keep popping up in the USA.

Mark #42
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
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 #39
Mark #39

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Forget the Olympic Games; it?s all about what happens after.

Mark #38
Mark #38

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While Amsterdam?s famed canal houses are undeniably charming, the city?s 21st century architectural scene is flourishing.

Mark #36
Mark #36

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From sky-high towers to bunker- like bungalows, we glimpse inside over a dozen homes around the world.

Mark #37
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 #34
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 #35
Mark #35

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A history lesson is on the agenda as we meet with former businessman Wang Wei, who promotes a new way of dealing with China?s architectural heritage.

Mark #32
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 #31
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

Mark #30
Mark #30

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Bigger can be better. In Hong King, four towers and a cantilevered volume make up Thomas Coldefy's iconic design institute.

Mark #29
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 #28
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 #27
Mark #27

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

Mark #26
Mark #26

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Take a walk on the moon at SANAA?s Lausanne Rolex Learning Center, a whimsical interior landscape embedded with a spirit of collaboration.

Mark #24
Mark #24

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From aliens to labyrinths, we?ve broken the mold. Oki Alexander is an architect, but he only makes miniature buildings now.

Mark #25
Mark #25

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

Mark #22
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
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 #21
Mark #21

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Sport and design combine at Dominique Perrault?s tennis centre in Madrid, which mixes a spectacular roofscape with a magical spatiality.

Mark #20
Mark #20

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

Mark #19
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
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 #17
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 #15
Mark #15

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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
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 #13
Mark #13

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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
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, incl

Mark #9
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 figu

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