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Established in 1997 and headquartered in Amsterdam, Frame is a global platform for all professional members of and stakeholders in the interior-design industry.

Most of us spend approximately 90 per cent of our lives indoors. Therefore, we believe that better spaces lead to better lives. If interiors help us to work, shop, relax and live better, they will make us happier and healthier.

Spatial excellence results from visionary clients working with talented designers and the best makers. Therefore we want to connect these stakeholders with each other, inspire and educate them.

Frame Magazine


Published six times a year and available in more than 70 countries, Frame is the world’s leading print publication on interior design. Each tactile volume dives deep into the industry, placing contemporary design in a wider context through expert insights – and looking ahead to forecast the future Frame Magazine is a bimonthly publication featuring outstanding design projects and stunning photography. Get your issue


Frame Books


Our inspirational portfolio of books includes best-selling titles on design, architecture and
materials, monographs along with research-based books.

A number of
interior design titles form the series titles which are each published
regularly, covering a broad range of sectors: trade fairs, retail, hospitality and product design, plus office interiors and design


Frame Awards 2021


The Frame Awards honour the world’s best new interiors – and the people behind them.

For the 2021 edition, Frame Awards has become a more democratic, integral part of the global interior-design community. Starting from September, a monthly renewed jury panel of 15 industry stakeholders will vote for Interiors of the Month as well as highly commended projects, regardless of category.

To ensure maximum jury inclusivity, all professional members of the global interior-design industry – regardless of nationality, race, gender, age or job role – are invited to apply for a chair. The evaluation process will take place online, showing the jury’s scores for each submitted project to offer full transparency.

The best projects of each category will automatically be shortlisted for the Interior of the Year awards, to be judged by a grand jury of 40 industry leaders in June 2021. frameweb.com/awards

Partnership options available. Please contact: Baruch Pichowski: bp@frameweb.com or Sara Breveglieri: sb@frameweb.com



Frame Awards 2021 – Jury session September

#FrameLive: virtual talks, workshops and webinars


Frame’s ethos of exploring how will we live, work, shop and relax in the future has never been more relevant than now. New technologies drive innovation at breakneck speed. Beyond that we find ourselves in the midst of an unprecedented period of global disruption thanks to the current COVID-19 crisis. How can we harness this moment to better address human needs and global issues from a design perceptive? Frame tackles these and other questions questions during #FrameLive.

We want to bring together the best and brightest in design – makers, creators and clients – to discuss and debate what the ‘new normal’ will look like for the industry and our everyday lives.

Tune-in twice per week to uncover and discuss innovative spaces and new typologies pushing the boundaries of design, with the people that make them. Check out what's coming up next


#FrameLive – Post-pandemic workplace design

#FrameLive – Post-pandemic hospitality design

#FrameLive – Post-pandemic residential design

#FrameLive – Post-pandemic retail design

#FrameLive – Post-pandemic event design

#FrameLive – Designing for de-growth

#FrameLive – Inside Retail

#FrameLive – Sustainable spaces

#FrameLive – Inside Hospitality

#FrameLive – Is the future of events virtual

#FrameLive – Inside Hospitality

Creative Services


Aware of the increasing importance of experiences, we connect with our audience through live events and temporary happenings. Frame creates platforms for the exchange and transfer of design knowledge while bringing architects, designers, manufacturers and key industry players together, across a multitude of platforms.

Brand consulting
Our cross-functional team of editors, brand strategists, communications experts and designers work to identify key trends and opportunities for your brand to thrive. Be prepared to take on any challenge within today’s unstable business landscape.

With bespoke communications packages to suit your unique business challenges, Frame identifies opportune moments and platforms for your brand to target, while delivering tailor-made digital and print options to meet your needs during this time.

Digital activations
Awards, network initiatives, creative workshops, curating exhibitions, publications, product presentations, guided tours, pop-up shops, talks, trend briefings, interactive presentations, product launches and webinars. All now available to take your brand digital and connect with your audience.


FRAME X ORGATEC Agile Working programme, 27-30 October


Frame and ORGATEC's Agile Working programme at IBA-Forum will help you navigate the post-pandemic workplace.

Over the course of 2020 we’ve heard from multiple employers and developers who are now questioning the need for centralized office spaces. Many of their clients and staff are weighing the convenience of life lived OOO against the often poorly defined benefits of a dedicated workplace. Or should that be poorly designed? We’ve never had more insight into the impact our working environments have upon our wellbeing, performance and personal progression than we do today.

Rather than see 2020 as a sign that the era of the office is over, it is an opportunity to throw out the legacy thinking that has prevented it from reaching its full potential. That's why we've partnered with ORGATEC, the premiere international trade fair for the modern working world, to create a programme of free virtual panels and keynotes that map exactly how this future can be built.

Don’t miss your opportunity to gain key insights from industry frontrunners about the future of work from 27-30 October 2020.


TALK: Tuesday, 27 October – 12:30 -13:00 CEST
Innovation Destination: The changing shape of the workplace
Prof. Jeremy Myerson, Director, WORKTECH Academy with Helen Hamlyn Chair of Design at the Royal College of Art
Lots of office buildings claim to be able to foster greater levels of innovation within their host companies, but to what extent can architecture actually achieve this somewhat abstract goal? Jeremy Myerson, director of WORKTECH Academy and the Helen Hamlyn Chair of Design at the Royal College of Art, maps the tactics workplace designers can use to help employees think differently. Register here.

PANEL DISCUSSION: Tuesday, 27 October – 13:15 -13:45 CEST
Culture fit out – turning brand values into built environments
Kursty Groves, Founder, Shape with Mijail Gutierrez, Principal and Design Director, Perkins & Will
At a time when the central office is fighting to reassert its relevance, one vital role it can still play is in sustaining a company’s culture. Join Kursty Groves, founder of workplace consultancy Shape, and Mijail Gutierrez, principal and design director at architecture firm Perkins and Will, to discuss the challenges of translating a business’s values, ethos and aims into a design programme that brings employees together. Register here.

PANEL DISCUSSION: Wednesday, 28 October – 12:30 – 13:00 CEST
New territories – how COVID redrew the office interior
Gideon van der Burg, Managing Director Benelux, Leesman with Julie Deignan, Director, CBRE Furniture Advisory Service
If we want to know what the office will look like by this time next year, we need to understand how those on the frontline – from developers and designers to employers and staff – are reacting right now. Join Gideon van der Burg, Managing Director Benelux at Leesman, and Julie Deignan, director of CBRE Furniture Advisory Service, to discover how stakeholders are turning short-term fixes into long-term transformations. Register here.

TALK: Wednesday, 28 October – 13:15 – 13:45 CEST
Neurodiverse by design – what a truly equitable office might look like
Kay Sargent, Director of WorkPlace, HOK
Spatial design has long taken account of our physical differences, but has only recently started to consider how it might address our unique psychological needs. Kay Sargent, director of WorkPlace at international architecture firm HOK, outlines her argument for placing neurodiversity at the centre of office design and what that means for how the workplace might look, act and feel. Register here.

TALK: Thursday, 29 October – 12:30 – 12:45 CEST
Inside out / outside in – why developers need to start thinking beyond biophilia
Oliver Heath, Founder, Oliver Heath Design
As our understanding of the link between access to nature and personal wellbeing grows, so does the belief that much of what currently constitutes ‘biophilic' design is insufficient. Oliver Heath looks beyond today’s paradigms to explore what an evolution and elevation of biophilic design in the workplace could offer. Register here.

PANEL DISCUSSION: Thursday, 29 October – 13:15-13:45 CEST
Engineering agency – workplaces that put employees in control
Rosie Haslem, Director, Spacelab with Simon Allford, Director, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
We live in an era in which almost every aspect of our lives has the potential to be tailored to our preferences. When it comes to the workplace, however, the way spaces are defined and used is still more often mandated from the top down rather than the bottom up. Join Rosie Haslem, director at Spacelab and Simon Allford, director at Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, to unpack what it means to give employees greater control over their own environment. Register here.

PANEL DISCUSSION: Friday, 30 October – 12:30 – 13:00 CEST
The conscious office – a manifesto for a workplace that truly understands its users
Itai Palti, Director, Hume and The Centre for Conscious Design with Torben Østergaard, Partner, 3XN
Smart buildings have the potential to improve not only metrics around environmental efficiency and employee productivity, but to fundamentally transform the relationship between workplace and user. Join Itai Palti, director of Hume and The Centre for Conscious Design, and Torben Østergaard, partner at architecture practice 3XN, to envision a future in which buildings are truly conscious of their occupants. Register here.

TALK: Friday, 30 October – 13:15 – 13:45 CEST
Leave no trace – a roadmap for circular office design
Gerda Stelpstra, Associate Partner Total Workplace EMEA, Cushman & Wakefield
Circular design is a term often thrown around by clients and designers, but what does it actually look like in the context of a project as complex and costly as an office building? Gerda Stelpstra, Associate Partner Total Workplace EMEA at Cushman & Wakefield, explains what constitutes a truly circular workplace, who’s getting this right now, how they’re achieving it and what barriers still exist to realising the ideal in full. Register here.


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