Monthly archives: March 2012
In this second interview that Dezeen filmed for sports brand Nike at their new NikeFuel Station at Boxpark in east London, Nike's global creative director Andy Walker demonstrates how the company's new FuelBand wristband helps athletes monitor their activity across a range of sports and daily activities. More »
Dezeen Wire: the British Council have revealed the names of architects, curators and researchers who will gather material about exotic places to present at an exhibition entitled Venice Takeaway in the British Pavilion at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale.
The list includes London architecture studios dRMM and Aberrant Architecture, as well as London Architecture Diary editor-in-chief Elias Redstone and non-profit organisation Forum for Alternative Belfast. More »
Slideshow: the windows of this school extension in Girona, Spain, are concealed behind a perforated metal skin. More »
Designed in Hackney: today's design icon created in the London borough of Hackney is Jasper Morrison's Crate Series. More »
Dezeen Wire: Mark Prigg of London newspaper the Evening Standard interviews Jonathan Ive, senior vice president of industrial design at Apple, about what makes a great designer, obsessing over tiny details and his dislike of "designers wagging their tails in my face" - Evening Standard
Read more about Jonathan Ive on Dezeen here.
Designed in Hackney: this week's first iconic project designed in the London borough of Hackney is Dirty House, a black-painted art studio and apartment building in Shoreditch with a brightly illuminated roof completed by architect David Adjaye in 2002. More »