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Frame Lab

20 - 21 February 2019

Two Days. Four Content Tracks.

A Festival of Innovation.

At Frame Lab, future-curious designers and architects, forward-thinking innovators, industry luminaries and visionary brands explore the future of spaces. Will you be one of them?

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Explore the Next Space

How will we live, work, shop and relax in the future? New technologies drive innovation at breakneck speed. How can we harness them to better address human needs and global issues? For two full days, Frame Lab is the global stage to explore what’s next in spatial design.

What to expect:

From building sustainably to the future of urban mobility, our 4 content tracks focus on the integration of tech in spatial design, catering to a wide range of interests and specialties.

Upskill with talks, panel discussions and workshops alongside the best contemporary minds in spatial design. Witness content track briefings by Frame editors, experience live judging sessions, and design your own Frame Lab journey. Activations, workshops and cocktail mixers throughout the event drive networking within the interior design industry.

Frame Lab is proudly presented by IBA for the second year running. IBA is the German trade association for the design of work environments.

Intuitive Tech

What challenges lie ahead for designers in integrating the digital and the physical?

Full Circle

Can we design spaces that are environmentally and socially sustainable?

The Co-Economy

Is it possible to foster real collaboration at work, on the road, and at home?

Club Me

How can we create ultimate personalisation without losing sight of communal goals?

Four Topics. Four Tracks.

From incorporating technology to fostering collaboration via the circular economy, Frame Lab 2019 has four content tracks so you can design your experience around your personal interests. Each track explores innovation in retail, hospitality, shows, institutions, work and residences through a combination of talks, workshops, and brand experiences.

Intuitive Tech

Spatial design hugely influences how we experience reality. Combined with technology, entire new worlds can be formed. How will these virtual experiences coexist with the real world? What challenges lie ahead for interior designers?

Full Circle

Can design push beyond the boundaries of sustainability, and achieve real social good? The circular economy is challenging designers and industry leaders to address issues affecting the entire supply chain. Activities that typically generate a deluge of waste and emission are in need of a radical rethink. Will we be able to create and consume with a truly clear conscience?

In partnership with What Design Can Do

The Co-Economy

From co-working-slash-living to mobility and SaaS: today’s economy is characterized less by ownership, and more by access. But how does the sharing economy affect interior design thinking? How do designers focus on creating temporal, transitory products and services? And how do we give shape to the social structures that come with these communal set-ups?

Club Me

Fueled by advancements in tech, the one-size-fits-all approach is rapidly being disrupted. But why are so many brands and designers focused on achieving the ultimate tailored experience? While personalization might meet the exact preferences of individual customers, they hinder human connection and threaten privacy. How can designers achieve multilevel environments with tech that provide both private and public experiences?

Exhibitors

Alexandra Genis | Amigdala | Andreu World | ASB Glassfloor | Centre for Expertise Biobased Economy | DDAA | ecoBirdy | Enis Akiev | Exozet | Geoffrey Pascal | House of Haptics | Hyloh | InsideInside | Interstuhl | Marco Federico Cagnoni | MaterialDistrict | Motief Atelier | NorthernLight | Paula Strunden | Resortecs | Sedus | SKONNE | Space 10 | The Fabricant | Thieu Custers | Tim Teven

Exhibit with us at Frame Lab 2019

Talks

Inspiring talks, panel discussions, engaging workshops, track briefings by Frame editors, the Frame Awards live judging and networking drinks will be taking place alongside the multisensorial exhibitions and immersive displays. The Awards Show ticket is sold separately, so be sure not to miss out on the evening dinner and ceremony.

Programme is subject to change

20 February 2019

9:00 - 13:00
Live Judging Frame Awards 2019

Live Judging | Live Judging Areas

The Frame Awards nominees will defend their work before the jury. The public voting decides the people’s favourites, but the jury members decide the winners in each category. Consider this as a masterclass by the biggest names in interior design.

9:00 - 9:30
Frame Editors Track Briefing

Track Briefing | Main Stage

Join the Frame Editors for an introduction of the day's themes and focus points. Get briefed on industry insights right up to present day, as well as looking towards the future of the integration of tech within these four areas.

Intuitive Tech

What challenges lie ahead for designers in integrating the digital and the physical?

Co-Economy

Is it possible to foster real collaboration at work, on the road, and at home?

Full Circle

Can we design spaces that are environmentally and socially sustainable?

Club Me

How can we create ultimate personalisation without losing sight of communal goals?

9:35 - 10:05
How to Build a Post-Ownership Brand

Talk | Main Stage | Co-Economy
Esther Bahne, MINI Head of Strategy and Innovation

As the driving force behind MINI Living and A/D/O, Bahne is responsible for making sure the auto brand thrives in the co-economy. Here she explains MINI’s vision of how we will live, work and move.

10:10 - 10:40
Keeping in Touch: The Haptic Horizon

Talk | Main Stage | Intuitive Tech
Gijs Huisman, House of Haptics Founder and Senior Researcher Digital Society School Amsterdam

How do we assess the value of a hug or a handshake? Can physical interaction exist without physical presence? Huisman guides us through the latest developments in haptic technology and what they mean for spatial design.


10:40 - 11:00
Break

Take a short respite from the content and enjoy a really good coffee or bite to eat from one of our coffee bars.

11:00 - 11:30
How to Design a Legacy

Talk | Main Stage | Full Circle
Humberto Campana, Estudio Campana and Instituto Campana Co-founder

Crafting socially responsible products is hard enough, but how do you craft a socially responsible career? Campana discusses how his institute promotes change through design.

11:35 - 12:05
From Shared Space to Shared Ideas

Talk | Main Stage | Co Economy
Ola Ahlvarsson, Epicenter Founder and Serial Entrepeneur

We’re often told that the future of the office is flexible, democratic, open – but as the co-working revolution reaches saturation point, is it actually helping us connect? Ahlvarsson shares his strategies for building workspaces that truly foster exchange.

12:05 - 13:00
The Theatre of Work: Transforming Good Design into Good Business

Lunch time talk | Workshop Area | Co-Economy
Clive Wilkinson (Clive Wilkinson Architects)

On the publication of Clive Wilkinson’s latest book – The Theatre of Work – join the award-winning architect to discuss the enduring power of the physical office in the age of ‘work whenever, work wherever’.

13:00 - 13:30
Agents of Change: The Politics of Space

Talk | Main Stage | Club Me
Didier Fiúza Faustino, Mésarchitecture Founder, Artist and Architect

Can designers help dismantle societal prejudice? Faustino explains how his studio confounds our expectations of the way space should be organised and the role design can play in subverting inequality.

13:35 - 14:05
The Quest for a New Campfire: Collective Experiences in the Digital Age

Talk | Main Stage | Club Me
Sakchin Bessette, Moment Factory Co-Founder

In an age of increasingly individualized media consumption, why do collective experiences still thrive? Creator of some of the entertainment industry’s most enthralling live events, Bessette makes his case for the continued power of the shared moment.

14:10 - 14:40
The Sensuousness of the Screen

Talk | Main Stage | Intuitive Tech
Anny Wang, Wang & Söderström Co-Founder

As design leaves the physical realm, can it still appeal to the full range of human senses? Wang explains how her work challenges our preconceptions of the boundary between the material and the digital.

14:40 - 15:00
Break

Take a short respite from the content and enjoy a really good coffee or bite to eat from one of our coffee bars.

15:00 - 15:30
Crowd Pleaser: Capturing China's Imagination

Talk | Main Stage | Co-Economy
Li Xiang, X+Living President and Creative Director

Taking her home nation by storm, Li Xiang creates surreal interiors that people queue around the block for. From retail stores to co-working spaces, how does her work entertain users while still providing value for clients?

15:35 - 16:05
Digital by Design

Panel Discussion | Main Stage | Intuitive Tech
Kati Barklund (Senior Manager Workplace Strategy Tenant & Partner), Christof Babinsky (Managing Director ASB GlassFloor), Rachel Arthur (Chief Innovation Officer The Current), Ren Yee (Head of Innovation Strategy and Forecasting UNStudio)

In an age when consumers demand the integration of physical and digital, how can spatial designers, architects, manufacturers and developers meet the challenge of implementing new technologies within their projects?

16:05 - 17:00
Networking Drinks

Networking Drinks | Bar

A chance to meet and connect with likeminded design professionals from across the world.

19:30 - 22:30
Frame Awards Show and Prize-Giving Ceremony

Ceremony | Main Stage

The Frame Awards Jury winners will be announced and the People’s Vote will be revealed in the culmination of the Frame Awards 2019, as guests enjoy a grand dinner and live entertainment. World renown designer Philippe Starck will join as our guest of honour.

22:30 - 0:30
Frame Awards Show Afterparty

Afterparty | Bar

Let your hair down with our drinks, dj's and designer dance moves, before ending the night.

21 February 2019

9:00 - 9:30
Frame Editors Track Briefing

Track Briefing | Main Stage

Join Frame Editors for an introduction of the day's themes and focus points. Get briefed on industry insights right up to present day, as well as looking towards the future of the integration of tech within these four areas.

Intuitive Tech

What challenges lie ahead for designers in integrating the digital and the physical?

Co-Economy

Is it possible to foster real collaboration at work, on the road, and at home?

Full Circle

Can we design spaces that are environmentally and socially sustainable?

Club Me

How can we create ultimate personalisation without losing sight of communal goals?

9:35 - 10:05
Where Everyone Knows Your Name: Understanding the Connected Customer

Talk | Main Stage | Club Me
Rachel Arthur, The Current Chief Innovation Officer

Personal data is transforming the way we engage with physical space. What does this mean for an embattled retail industry? Arthur looks at how to build the store of the future and why the fourth industrial revolution promises more, not less, human interaction.

10:10 - 10:40
Uncommon Interfaces

Talk | Main Stage | Intuitive Tech
Hirotaka Tako, Sony Chief Art Director

The way we interact with technology in the home is often more procedural than poetic. Tako argues for a richer relationship with our digital devices, one based on gesture, emotion and intimacy.

10:40 - 11:00
Break

Take a short respite from the content and enjoy a really good coffee or bite to eat from one of our coffee bars.

11:00 - 11:30
Why the 50% Can’t Design for the 100%

Panel Discussion | Main Stage | Club Me
Sevil Peach (SevilPeach Founder), Matylda Krzykowski (Matylda Krzykowski Founder), Tina Norden (Conran + Partners Director), Alex de Rijke (dRMM Founding Director)

How does the design industry's ongoing gender imbalance limit its ability to create products that work for the majority?

11:35 - 12:05
Feedback Loops: How Creatives, Clients and Consumers Can Work Together

Interview | Main Stage | Co Economy
Piero Lissoni, Lissoni Associati Founder & Liran Wizman, Europe Hotels Private Collection Founder

To create experiences that satisfy the most demanding clientele, brands now realise that they need to bring a third party into the designer-client relationship: the end user. Lissoni and Wizman discuss the challenges of co-creation in an age of customer-centric innovation.

12:05 - 13:00
Lunch Break

Lunch | Main hall

Recharge with a healthy lunch from our coffee bar.

13:00 - 13:30
Sustaining Sustainability

Panel Discussion | Main Stage | Full Circle
In partnership with What Design Can Do
Howard Sullivan (YourStudio Creative Director & Co-Founder), Odette Ex (Ex Interiors Owner & Founder), Gyula Öry (Cairn Real Estate Development Director), Hester van Dijk (Overtreders W Founder) moderated by Richard van der Laken (What Design Can Do Founder)

Has the wealth of discourse, statistics and technologies related to sustainability made it easier to build an ecologically responsible design practice, or is it more confusing than ever?

13:35 - 14:05
Designing a Completely New Category in the Hospitality Industry

Talk | Main Stage | Club Me
Hans Meyer, Zoku Co-Founder

Is it possible not merely to design for a target audience, but with them? Zoku's Hans Meyer unpacks their process for creating guest-centric hospitality concepts that offer more value at less cost.

14:10 - 14:40
Making is Thinking

Interview | Main Stage | Full Circle
In partnership with What Design Can Do
Jacob van Rijs, MVRDV Founder, Richard van der Laken, What Design Can Do Founder

Talk is cheap, as the saying goes, but when it comes to creating solutions to tackle the climate crisis, is drawing out the conversation something our planet can ill afford? Rijs and van der Laken discuss whether it's now imperative that we do rather than defer.

14:40 - 15:00
Break

Take a short respite from the content and enjoy a really good coffee or bite to eat from one of our coffee bars.

15:00 - 15:30
Virtually Real: Augmenting Spatial Experience

Talk | Main Stage | Intuitive Tech
Anita Fontaine and Geoffrey Lillemon, Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam’s Department of New Realities Creative Directors

For Fontaine and Lillemon, VR and AR technologies are not a means of escaping into fantasy, but of offering a deeper understanding of our everyday experience. Here they outline the opportunity virtual space presents to enhance reality.

15:30 - 16:30
Networking Drinks

Networking Drinks | Bar

A chance to meet and connect with likeminded design professionals from across the world.

Workshops and Roundtables

Our engaging workshops and roundtable discussions explore various themes throughout our four content tracks. Crafted by hand selected studios and companies who are acting as drivers of cutting edge developments in their respective fields. Upskill, gain new insights and expand your perspectives on some of the most pressing issues faced by designers today.

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20 February 2019

13:30 - 15:00
Working Well: Why Health is Key to Human Agility

Workshop Area 1 | Full Circle
Patrick Loechle (Interstuhl)

A healthy workplace is paramount to making your employees more productive. Join Interstuhl to discuss design tactics you can use to create an environment that supercharges innovation.


15:00 - 16:00
How to Design an Award-Winning Workplace

Workshop Area 6 | Round table discussion | The Co-Economy
In partnership with Arper
Participants: Andy Heath (WeWork Head of Design Europe, Israel and Australia), Primo Orpilla (Studio O+A Co-founder and Principal), Arper, Clive Wilkinson (Clive Wilkinson Architects President and Design Director), Frame Awards Nominees

Including Frame Awards Nominees: Jo Nagasaka, Schemata Architects, David Galullo, Rapt Studio, Alexander Fehre, Studio Alexander Fehre, Raya Ani, RAW-NYC Architects, Byron George and Ryan Russel, Russel&George, Mami Fujioka, Gensler,
Niek Joanknecht and Carolien Roos, Firm Architects

Flexible or fixed? Open or closed? Porous or private? Join the jury members and nominees of the Frame Awards Work category for a roundtable discussion on the ideas defining the evolution of the office.

21 February 2019

9:00 - 10:30
Building Tomorrow: Roadmap for an Autonomous Future

Workshop Area 1 | Intuitive Tech
Efrat Friedland (Hyloh) and Elodie Ternaux (Hyloh), Fiona Anastas (Hyloh)

Which materials and technologies will be central to the automated economy? Hyloh unpacks how this paradigm shift will transform the way we work, travel and live.

11:00 - 12:30
Mind Share: Tools for Fostering Co-creation

Workshop Area 6 | Co-Economy
Oliver Marlow (Studio Tilt)

How do you create a context that actively encourages the sharing of ideas? Studio Tilt delivers their guide to engineering the sort of knowledge exchange that can transform your organisation.

13:00 - 14:30
Disrupting Retail: the Phygital Horizon

Workshop Area 1 | Intuitive Tech
Samuele Franzini (Amigdala)

From shop windows to fitting rooms, product testing to data collection, technology is re-inventing the in-store experience. Join Amigdala to map the opportunities and challenges underlying this retail revolution.

15:00 - 16:30
Closing the Distance: Can Technology Create Community?

Exhibition Area B | Club Me
Matteo Renna (NorthernLight), Jeff Hoekwater (NorthernLight) and Wouter van der Zouwe (YIPP)

Rather than a digital divide, designers need to learn how technology can be used to bring us closer together – physically, emotionally, intellectually. NorthernLight and YIPP explain how smart spaces can help us reconnect.

Frame Lab 2019 Speakers & Workshop Hosts

Introducing our Frame Lab speaker line up! We selected a wide cross-section of industry stakeholders, creatives, architects, designers and brand directors to discuss some of the most pressing issues in the future of design. Stay tuned for more speaker announcements to come.

Piero Lissoni

Piero Lissoni

Founder of Lissoni Associati

Lissoni began his interdisciplinary design studio, Lissoni Associati, with Nicoletta Canesi in 1986. Since then, the studio has focused on architecture, interior design, product design, and light design.

Hirotaka Tako

Hirotaka Tako

Chief Art Director for Sony’s Home Product Design Group

Tako has been the chief art director for Sony for the past four years. He oversees all creative direction for Sony’s home category products.

Anny Wang Bw

Anny Wang

Cofounder of Wang & Söderström

Wang is a spatial designer, furniture designer and artist. She creates mind tickling and unexpected experiences through materiality and technology.

Liran Wizman

Liran Wizman

Founder of Europe Hotels Private Collection

Wizman is an award–winning hotelier who has come to create 60 hotels across Europe. He keeps his focus on creating all of these locations to be unique and reflective of the place they are in.

Anita Fontaine

Anita Fontaine

Creative Director at the Department of New Realities, Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam

Fontaine is Creative Director of W+K Amsterdam’s Department of New Realities, a creative unit that melds technology, culture, theatrics and the human senses to create new forms of engagement.

Ola Ahlvarsson

Ola Ahlvarsson

Founder of Epicenter and Serial Entrepreneur

Ahlvarsson is a specialist on innovation and internationalization, and has been an advisor to major companies such as Google, Samsung, and Microsoft.

Kati Barklun 2

Kati Barklund

Senior Manager Workplace Strategy at Tenant & Partner

Barklund believes the workspace is a strategic tool to drive business results and innovation that should be attractive, smart, sustainable and efficient.

Sakchin Bessette

Sakchin Bessette

Cofounder and Executive Creative Director of Moment Factory

Bessette guides Moment Factory in designing new-media experiential environments that amaze and inspire people.

Esther Bahne2

Esther Bahne

Head of Strategy and Innovation at MINI

Esther is responsible for vision and strategy of autonomous mobility as well as for the re-positioning of the MINI brand: new brand identity, new CI, communication,product and sales strategy.

Humberto Campana

Humberto Campana

Cofounder of Estudio Campana and Instituto Campana

A multidisciplinary designer, Campana’s work explores themes of reinvention and the integration of craftsmanship in mass production.

Rachel Arthur2

Rachel Arthur

Chief Innovation Officer of TheCurrent

Rachel Arthur is Chief Innovation Officer of TheCurrent, a consultancy transforming how fashion brands and retailers intersect with technology. She leads a global team of experts delivering innovative integrations and experiences for brands, powered by a network of top technologies and startups.

Geoffrey Lillemon

Geoffery Lillemon

Creative Director at the Department of New Realities, Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam

Lillemon is Creative Director of W+K Amsterdam’s Department of New Realities, a creative unit that melds technology, culture, theatrics and the human senses to create new forms of engagement.

Li Xiang

Li Xiang

President and Creative Director of X+Living

Xiang creates striking interior projects, each highly unique, in search of consumer joy through design that combines visual entertainment and functionality.

Gijs Huisman2

Gijs Huisman

Cofounder of House of Haptics and Senior Researcher at the Digital Society School in Amsterdam

Gijs Huisman directs societally relevant research at the Digital Society School in Amsterdam and combines his academic work with the development of ground-breaking haptic products for social interactions at House of Haptics.

Sevil Peach

Sevil Peach

Founder of SevilPeach

Peach has been a groundbreaking figure in dynamic, human-centric workspace design, leading companies towards more responsive and adaptive environments.

Didier Faustino

Didier Faustino

Artist, Architect and Cofounder of Mésarchitecture

Offering critical perspectives on art and architecture, Faustino’s work centers around the relationship between body and space.

Howard Sullivan Zw

Howard Sullivan

Cofounder and Creative Director of YourStudio

Inspired by art, fashion, film, culture, YourStudio creative director Howard Sullivan is passionate about design and its power to connect, inspire and create meaningful experiences.

Odette Ex2

Odette Ex

Owner and Founder of Ex Interiors

Ex's vision behind Ex Interiors unites people, nature and creativity to bring about a warm and characteristic environment, which inspires and matches up to contemporary interior trends.


Hans Meyer

Hans Meyer

Managing Director and Cofounder of Zoku

A firm believer of value creation and innovation for the international hospitality industry, Hans is responsible for innovation, culture, concept development, branding, operations and strategic partnerships for the Zoku brand.

Gyula Ory

Gyula Öry

Real Estate Development Director at Cairn

Öry leverages his experience with design, construction, real estate law and urban planning to develop environments where people feel inspired and connected.

Richardvander Laken

Richard van der Laaken

Founder of What Design Can Do

Richard van der Laken, is an acclaimed Dutch graphic designer, entrepeneur, initiator and on a fierceless mission as an unlikely globetrotting ambassador for the social impact of design.

Hester Van Dijk Bw

Hester van Dijk

Owner and Founder of Overtreders W

van Dijk believes strongly in a sustainable world, and likes to work with recycled materials, revealing the beauty of regular everyday materials.

Christof Babinsky

Christof Babinsky

Managing Director of ASB GlassFloor

Christof's objective is to drive the sales and development of the ASB GlassFloor as well as ensuring the current level of innovation and quality is met throughout the whole of the company.

Matylda Krzykowski

Matylda Krzykowski

Founder of Matylda Krzykowski

Krzykowski has a strong perspective on design as a discipline for communication, she experiments with the inner mechanisms of design in her works.

Samuele Franzini

Samuele Franzini

Eperience Designer and Strategist at Amigdala

With his team Samuele researches, creates and teaches on the use of storytelling, design and, technology in the creation of effective multi-channel experiences that connect people with brands in physical, digital and virtual worlds.

Elodie Ternaux

Elodie Ternaux

Cofounder of Hyloh

Trained as both an engineer and a designer, Elodie has lectured extensively and curated numerous exhibitions across the world. Elodie was co-director of materiO in Paris and co-authored Materiology: the Creative’s Guide to Materials and Technologies.

Patrick Löchle

Patrick Loechle

Lead Product Manager at Interstuhl

For several years, Patrick has been active in the context of social and cultural changes with a focus on new work. Patrick is also project partner of Office21, the Fraunhofer research platform for the future of work.

Efrat Friedand

Efrat Friedland

Cofounder of Hyloh

Efrat founded and managed iMatter, Israel’s first and only Materials Library, and was Head of Material Technologies at designaffairs in Munich prior to opening her own materials consultancy, materialscout.

Oliver Marlow

Oliver Marlow

Creative Director at Studio TILT

Oliver is a multi-platform designer, author, facilitator and strategist. He is Creative Director of the award winning design practice Studio TILT and Visiting Professor at Politecnico Di Milan in the Design School.

Matteo Renna

Matteo Renna

Spatial and Experience Designer at NorthernLight

Matteo is a passionate multidisciplinary designer who always has the user experience in mind, designing spaces that go between physical and virtual.

Jeff Hoekwater

Jeff Hoekwater

Senior Designer at NorthernLight

Jeff believes that design can be a catalyst in addressing the big societal challenges. Design with the goal to change the outlook, attitude and behavior of the end user.

Wouter Van Der Zouwe

Wouter van der Zouwe

Director at YIPP

Since joining YIPP, Wouter has worked on numerous successful multimedia exhibitions as a project leader and Director worldwide.

Tina Norden

Tina Norden

Director at Conran + Partners

Approaching each project through its unique context and history, Norden pursues a quality of timelessness in the creation of interiors and architecture.

Ren Yee

Ren Yee

Head of Innovation Strategy and Forecasting at UNStudio

Ren leads the UNStudio Futures Team as Head of Innovation Strategy and Forecasting. UNStudio Futures is tasked with the exploration of how we live today and in the future.

Jacob Van Tijs

Jacob van Rijs

Founding Partner of MVRDV;

Van Rijs' design ethos reflects a concern with user experience, micro homes and a more humanistic approach to the built environment.

Fiona Anastas

Fiona Anastas

Cofounder of Hyloh

With experience in the fields of design, materials and education, Fiona loves partnering with companies to identify and implement new materials and processes.

Primo Orpilla Bw

Primo Orpilla

Cofounder and Principal of Studio O+A

The studio Orpilla helped to establish is renowned for challenging the conventions of workspace design, with a focus on technology companies.

Clive Wilkinson Portrait Bw Zw

Clive Wilkinson

President and Design Director of Clive Wilkinson Architects

Clive Wilkinson is an architect, designer, writer and strategist with particular expertise in the application of urban design thinking to interior design, specifically in workplace and educational communities.

Alex De Rljke

Alex de Rijke

Founding Director of dRMM

A leader in contemporary construction materials and technology research, De Rijke has pioneered engineered timber designs with a focus on applications for socially useful architecture.

Why Frame Lab?

  • Upskill by learning from industry experts as they discuss the world’s greatest spaces and witness masterclasses like you’ve never experienced before.
  • Be invigorated by joining global industry leaders in lively discussions and intimate roundtables designed to fire up conversation about the future of spaces.
  • Innovate through collaboration and expand your skill set by joining our wide range of workshops, addressing global interior design issues.
  • Connect with the world’s brightest design minds by visiting one of our networking events, connect with like-minded people over a drink, a bite, or perspective on industry topics.
  • Get future-curious at the world’s only interior design event that devotes its focus on innovation in retail, hospitality, shows, institutions, work and residences.

Be part of the catalyst for the future of interior design. Be part of Frame Lab: The Next Space.

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