Dezeen promotion: Austrian brick manufacturer Wienerberger will reward the most innovative contemporary brick architecture at the fifth biennial Wienerberger Brick Award ceremony in Vienna next month. More »
Monthly archives: April 2012
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Yesterday's chilled-out vibe continues on Dezeen Music Project today, albeit with a very different kind of track.
Think Hazy Streets by Los Angeles musician Krusht features prominent vocals by Deanna Neil, and is for those that like to relax to a less bass-heavy, more vocal-driven variety of electronica.
Slideshow: a wooden library climbs the walls of this four-storey house in Kanagawa, Japan. More »
Today's track on Dezeen Music Project is by M3llo, a young dubstep producer from London who, as his name suggests, has a knack for creating a great ambient, chilled-out sound.
Indigo Plains is a sweeping, bass-heavy track that's definitely best enjoyed from a comfortable sofa or chair.
Behind the sheer concrete walls of this agricultural school building in eastern Switzerland is an auditorium with an exposed timber frame. More »
Dezeen Screen: beware of getting excited or embarrassed when wearing one of these dresses, as an increased heart rate will cause it to become transparent. More »
Dezeen Wire: following the news that esteemed architecture critic Paul Goldberger has left The New Yorker magazine for a position at Vanity Fair, the New York Observer's real estate correspondent Matt Chaban claims that the current lack of a replacement for Mr. Goldberger is symptomatic of a decline in quality architecture criticism throughout the printed media - New York Observer
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