Monthly archives: September 2011
A scooping concrete roof cantilevers over the rear entrance to a house by the Ganges River in northern India. More »
Rough grey slate and red-stained wood panels infill a zig-zagging stone frame on the exterior of a house in Venlo, the Netherlands. More »
A cross-shaped window in the sliding door of this Belgian pharmacy transforms into a green sign during opening hours. More »
A group of disused grain silos near Christchurch in New Zealand are being fitted out as motel rooms. More »
Dezeen Space is now open at 54 Rivington Street, London EC2A 3QN, Monday-Saturday 11am-7pm and Sunday 11am-5pm until 16 October.
Come round and check out the new Dezeen Book of Ideas, our latest Dezeen Watch Store pop-up, our live video and blogging studio, specially commissioned sculptures by Dominic Wilcox, an exclusive new product by Paul Cocksedge and a chandelier installation by Plumen, plus a fresh exhibit every day on Dezeen Platform.
See you there!
This time last year the London Design Festival was in full swing with Kram/Weisshaar's robotic display lighting up Trafalgar Square, Paul Cocksedge's giant magnetic coin crash-landing at the Southbank and Stuart Haygarth's staircase covered in picture frames at the Victoria & Albert museum. More »
Dezeen Wire: architecture critic Rowan Moore has reviewed the new book by American author Hal Foster that examines the increasingly blurred relationship between art and architecture - The Guardian