Frame’s Night Fever 4 features a Raw Revolution

Presented on 560-pages, Night Fever 4 delves into the design concepts for some of the world’s top destinations to drink, dine and dream, offering a detailed look at the cutting-edge approach of their creators. Readers will discover how ateliers and studios distil the essence of a venue and create a specific atmosphere, all within the remit and restrictions of the client’s brief. From bijou bars and small eateries to multi-level clubs and luxurious hotels, the projects are divided into three sections: Drink, Eat and Sleep. Over 130 interiors are revealed that have been realised within the last 3 years by young studios and world-renowned design firms, including Estudio Campana, Ippolito Fleitz Group, Marcel Wanders studio, Ministry of Design and Pinkeye. Each article outlines how the concept was developed and executed, in many cases illustrated with sketches and floor plans.

Completing the book is an index of designer profiles of the featured studios, location maps, at-a-glance facts for the showcased projects and a venue index, making Night Fever 4 an indispensable source of both information and inspiration.

Exposed brick, concrete surfaces and industrial pipework combine to create contemporary spaces, perfectly distilling the essence of each venue. From the 130 venues laid bare in the book, including bijou bars and eco-eateries all the way through to boutique weekend escapes and luxurious hotels, readers will discover all there is to know about the design process. Find out why ateliers and studios chose the specific finish and how they went on to create the desired atmosphere whilst meeting every aspect of the client’s brief.







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