Monthly archives: March 2012
"The track was made for Revisit/Rewind, a multi diciplinary exhibition + record & book concisting of sounds/music, texts and images, that deals with the issues of returning to the place where we once grew up," says Malmberg. "The piano was recorded in my parents' living room and the ambient sounds at a nearby lake where i used to go in Karlskoga, Sweden."
We're starting off our new Dezeen Music Project initiative with a recap of tracks submitted to our JamScape project exhibition in Milan last year. This first one is Dance of Lucifer by Navid Asghari, who's based near Dezeen's offices in the London borough of Hackney.
Slideshow: the concrete walls of this church in Tenerife are roughly lined with crushed volcanic rocks. More »
Designed in Hackney: we're kicking off this week's set of iconic projects designed in the London borough of Hackney with a Stirling Prize-nominated museum of fine art in Denmark by Shoreditch firm Tony Fretton Architects. More »
Although it may look a canteen somewhere in south-east Asia, this informal restaurant is actually located in central London. More »
Five years ago this week, Zaha Hadid unveiled designs for a private house with a lookout tower in a forest near Moscow and OMA were commissioned to design a 36-storey residential tower in Singapore. More »