This week’s edition of our newsletter Dezeen Mail includes an installation made from 17,700 acrylic rods and the football kits that Nike designed for the England and Nigeria teams. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
This week’s edition of our newsletter Dezeen Mail includes the so-called darkest building on earth, designed by Asif Khan for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, and the new blue logo for Lufthansa. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
The latest edition of Dezeen Mail includes Blade Runner-inspired photographs of Tokyo’s metabolist architecture and a proposal by Dutch firm MVRDV for an office tower with an interactive, mirrored facade. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
The latest edition of Dezeen Mail includes a semi-circular house placed on a hilltop on Chile’s Chiloe Island and UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson’s proposal to link Britain and France via a new bridge. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
The latest edition of Dezeen Mail includes a space-saving 19-square-metre apartment in London by Ab Rogers Design and The Guardian’s major redesign of its print and online editions. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
The latest edition of Dezeen Mail contains a prefabricated house in northwestern Spain that took only five hours to construct and a tool from kitchenware brand Joseph Joseph that aims to prevent “avocado hand” injuries. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
This week’s Dezeen Mail features renderings of what London’s skyline could like with the arrival of 13 new skyscrapers, and looks at the best buildings completing over the next year, including a Beijing skyscraper by Zaha Hadid Architects. Subscribe to…
As we head into 2018, this week’s Dezeen Mail reflects on the best architecture and design stories, trends and projects of the past 12 months. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
The latest Dezeen Mail includes Kieran Timberlake’s £750 million US Embassy in London and this year’s edition of Dezeen Hot List, which sees Swedish brand IKEA rising to the number one spot. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
Featured in the latest Dezeen Mail is the eccentric interior of Doha’s Mondrian hotel designed by Marcel Wanders and Pantone’s colour of 2018, a vibrant purple titled Ultra Violet. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
This week’s Dezeen Mail features a sugar mill converted into a hotel and an architecture-inspired sex manual
The most recent edition of Dezeen Mail contains Vector Architects’ transformation of a disused sugar mill into a resort hotel in China and Archisutra, a humorous take on the Karma Sutra that references architecture and design. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail…
This week’s edition of our newsletter includes the Kentish home crowned RIBA House of the Year, a set of therapeutic objects for frequent smartphone users and Renzo Piano’s tiered tower in Paris. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
This week’s edition of Dezeen Mail contains Framlab’s proposed honeycomb-like pods designed to house New York’s homeless population and the Chinese village house that recently won World Building of the Year. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
This week’s Dezeen Mail includes Vietnamese architecture studio Kientruc O’s conversion of a Ho Chi Minh City house into a plant-filled restaurant and IKEA’s sustainable Odger chair by Form Us With Love. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
Photographs showing the drawing tools of architects and designers feature in this week’s Dezeen Mail, alongside an eye-shaped library by MVRDV and therapy tools for sexual abuse. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
The latest edition of our weekly newsletter Dezeen Mail features a robot recognised as a Saudi Arabian citizen, an oil research centre designed by Zaha Hadid and the winner of this year’s Stirling Prize. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
This week’s Dezeen Mail includes David Adjaye and Ron Arad’s winning design for the UK’s National Holocaust Memorial in London and an opinion piece raising questions about sexism in architecture following the Harvey Weinstein scandal. Subscribe to Deze…
A carbon-fibre chair lightweight enough to be imported to Mars features in this week’s edition of Dezeen Mail, along with a domed waterfront aquarium designed by Haptic for Oslo. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
The latest Dezeen Mail includes a looping holiday home in the mountainous region of Matarraña by Office KGDVS and MVRDV’s transformation of a South Korean overpass into a plant-covered walkway. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
This week’s Dezeen Mail includes Vipp’s prefabricated cabin and the rise of all-female design exhibitions
This week’s Dezeen Mail includes Vipp’s holiday cabin designed as “battery-charging stations for humans”, and the rise of the female-only design exhibitions in New York following the election of President Trump. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
This week’s Dezeen Mail includes a Portuguese concrete house built for less than €100,000 by José Carlos Nunes de Oliveira and Anish Kapoor’s Descension installation in New York. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
Muji’s nine-square-metre prefabricated houses and a concept for skyscrapers to be erected within giant hollowed-out trees are among the highlights of our latest edition of Dezeen Mail. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
This week’s Dezeen Mail features Edmund Sumner’s recently revealed photographs of Ryue Nishizawa’s Moriyama House and IKEA’s plan to employ refugees at new production centres in Jordan. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
A South African chapel framing dramatic mountain views features in this week’s issue of Dezeen Mail, along with Nike’s Pro Hijab for female Muslim athletes and snap-together furniture from IKEA. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›
A seating design aiming to tackle the problem of overcrowding on trains features in this week’s issue of Dezeen Mail, along with Moby’s criticism of a Zaha Hadid-designed hotel room and a zinc-clad home in a Wisconsin crop field (pictured).
Our special newsletter includes everything you need to know for this year’s London Design Festival, including the top trends to watch out for and the pick of the best exhibitions and events.
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Apple’s latest product announcements, the abrupt closure of the world’s longest glass bridge and a tiny black woodland cabin filled with books (pictured) feature in this week’s issue of Dezeen Mail.
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A house in Aspen that has been renovated to celebrate its imperfections (pictured), Peter Zumthor’s latest renders for the new Los Angeles County Museum of Art and a debate over the relevance of the Kardashians to architecture feature in this week’s issue of Dezeen Mail.
A roundup of the best team uniforms from Rio’s Olympic opening ceremony, a “giant flying bum” and Japanese houses of the future by world-famous architects (pictured) feature in this week’s issue of Dezeen Mail.