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Design declined in all its facets and architecture, these are the beating hearts of Frame, the magazine founded in Amsterdam in 1997 by Rober Thiemann
The beauty of this bi-monthly magazine, in addition to the fact that it is one of the main publications in the sector, is that since its launch it has remained faithful to its mission: to place interior architecture as a creative profession just as important as design and architecture.
The magazine is sold in 77 countries and is printed in English and Korean.
Dimensions: 23 x 30 cm
Number of pages: 176
This issue of Frames explores how workspaces can support mental health. Burnout is on the rise and has now been officially labeled a "professional phenomenon". On the bright side, mental health is becoming a less taboo topic and employers are starting to realize that it takes more than an office gym or a few free yoga sessions to keep their workforce fully functional. So how can spatial design contribute to the cause? We explore four aspects of the modern office that prioritize people over productivity, ranging from wellness-focused concepts such as charging rooms to biophilic spaces filled with soothing greenery and technology services for treating depression.