Monthly archives: April 2012

Dezeen Mail #96

There's so much to tell you in each issue of Dezeen Mail that we've decided to send it more often, so from now on you'll get all the latest stories and comments from Dezeen plus new jobs, competitions and updates from Dezeen Wire and Dezeen Screen delivered to your inbox every week.

We've just sent out the latest issue and you can check it out here for interviews with Tom Dixon, an "utterly jaw-dropping" concert hall and a museum of the RMS Titanic with four hulls.

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Dezeen Music Project: Think Hazy Streets
by Krusht, featuring Deanna Neil

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.

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"The end of architecture criticism at
The New Yorker?" – Matt Chaban

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