Frame Magazine Issue 152 (Low Impact. How to do more with less) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Exploring everything from symbiotic architecture and hospitable habitats to B Corps and biomaterials: FRAME’s sustainability-themed Summer issue provides a playbook for improving the health of our built habitats – from both an environmental and social perspective. Here’s what to expect.
Frame is the world’s leading interior design publication. Since its launch in 1997, the magazine has remained faithful to its mission: putting interior architecture on the map as a creative profession that’s equally important as design and architecture. In six issues per year, Frame publishes the world’s most inspiring interiors, spiced up with design, art and creative endeavours like window displays and stage sets. Sold in 77 countries, Frame is printed in English.
Content: Frame Magazine – Issue 152
Exploring everything from symbiotic architecture and hospitable habitats to B Corps and biomaterials: FRAME’s sustainability-themed Summer issue provides a playbook for improving the health of our built habitats – from both an environmental and social perspective. Here’s what to expect.
Catch up with conscious and current product releases, from lighting objects that plug into plants for power and modular appliances that break the discard-and-replace cycle to biocomposites based on renewable fibre crops and furniture made with surplus stock, offcuts and recycled materials.
Discover three ambitious studios that introduce socially and ecologically resilient ideas for building – from conception to completion and beyond. Dive into hospitable habitats, the post-reuse potential of materials and empathetic spaces that consider both people and the biosphere.
Garner insights into the effects building with mass timber will have on interiors, how designers can help grow the biomaterial movement, and what the B Corp buzz is all about.
Learn from global industry leaders how hotels and eateries can extend their zero-waste philosophies, beyond food and packaging, to interior design?
Take visual and conceptual inspiration from the ways in which fashion, food and electronics are dealing with the concept of sustainability.
Uncover nine approaches to decreasing the environmental impact of spaces, and that challenge the notion of what it means for an interior to look and feel circular.