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van Rossum-Willems, S.Schultz, C.McNamara, S.Kuehne

Grand Stand 3


Grand Stand 3 brings readers up to date on current developments in the fast-paced world of stand design. Covering 512 pages, the book encompasses 145 remarkable trade-fair environments from around the world – successful designs ranging from small booths to multi-level structures, all of which have grabbed the attention of visitors to major commercial events within the past three years. Featured  stands include those by Atelier Markgraph, D’art Design, nendo, Patricia Urquiola, Stefan Zwicky and UNStudio, and presented brands such as Audi, Diesel, HSBC, Nike, Mercedes-Benz, Reebok, Samsung, Sony, and many more. Each stand is presented by a description of the design, project credits, photography and a designer profile. Floor plans, sections, sketches, detail drawings, renderings and construction photos explain the design processes from concept to execution. Completing the book is an index that provides contact details of architects, design studios, brand agencies and stand builders, making Grand Stand 3 an indispensable source of information as well as inspiration.


  • Title: Grand Stand 3
  • Subtitle: Design for Trade Fair Stands
  • Release date EU: 10 March 2011
  • Release date NA: May 2011
  • Published by: Frame Publishers
  • Language: English
  • Size: 240mm x 320mm
  • Format: 512 pages, flexicover with transparent pvc jacket
  • ISBN: 978-90-77174-25-8
  • Price: 69 excluding shipping costs



German Design Council

German Design Award 2011


With its almost 900 pages, German Design Award 2011 is an opulent collection of outstanding state-of-the-art solutions in product and communication design. In addition to documenting this year's competition and winners, it contains an evaluation of the current influences on design by the German Design Council, one of the world’s leading competence centers for communication and know-how transfer in the design field. This detailed report, with a rich selection of images, puts recent design developments into context. It explains how the various design currents are related to each other and how they are expected to evolve over the next few years. The book not only provides insight into the work of current leaders in the field, but through its selection of winning design ideas, it also anticipates which challenges design will face in the future.


  • Release Date: February 2011
  • Format: 24 × 30 cm
  • Features: 894 pages, full color, hardcover,
  • two volumes in slipcase
  • Language: bilingual German/English
  • ISBN: 978-3-89955-349-9
  • 49,90 Euro




The Art Of Rebellion 3


While Street Art was defining itself through stencil graffiti and wildly put up posters and stickers at the beginning of the millennium, those techniques are not quite a sensation ten years later – it rapidly and effective emerged from its self-imposed bonds. To put down a definition, about what Street Art actually is, seems not as easy as someone might think. One thing joins all works in similarity: It evolves out of public space – willingly unasked. In honour to this progress, we are more than happy to present the third, originally not planned part of the series. As being an active artist in this scene by himself and having close contact to it, it was a point of honour for Christian to document the evolution of Street Art in an adequate way.



  • Language: English
  • Size: 21 × 26 cm
  • Pages: 216
  • Retail: 29.90 EUR
  • Release: 11.2010
  • ISBN 978-3-939566-29-8
  • Features Softcover

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