Monthly archives: March 2012
Dezeen archive: following our story about a gallery pushing up from beneath the lawn of the Staedel Museum in Frankfurt last week, here's a roundup of all our stories about underground architecture on Dezeen. See all the stories »
An electronically controlled stone wall slides across the facade of this house in Warwickshire, England, to conceal a large window. More »
This time last year architects and designers around the world were rallying to come up with creative ways to raise money for Japan, following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that had just struck Sendai. Designs included a video appeal, a variety of posters and images for sale and instructions for making origami cranes. More »
In this movie by Paul Nicholls of architectural animation studio Factory Fifteen, the world is conceptualised as a series of virtual interfaces, where people visit places and meet each other without leaving the room. Going to a party? You'll need the IP address. Want to go to the park? Just download a template and build it.
Called Somewhere, the film is the follow-up to Nicholls' award-winning movie The Simulation. You can see all the movies we've featured by Factory Fifteen here. More »
Dezeen Wire: designer Tom Dixon has announced the highlights of MOST at the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan next month, including Dezeen Studio powered by Jambox, where we'll be recording and broadcasting interviews all week. More »