Designed in Hackney: next up in our Hackney design showcase is a conservatory with a five fingered roof that Shoreditch architects Spacelab installed at London's Great Ormond Street Hospital in 2004. More »
Monthly archives: April 2012
Steel crossbeams divide the triple-height living room of this Tokyo townhouse into modular sections. More »
Milan 2012: our third daily TV show from Dezeen Studio in Milan features Tom Dixon showing us the mini-factory he's set up at MOST to make furniture that will be given away to the public, while Paola Antonelli, design curator at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, gives us her tips for the key shows at Milan this year.
We also have a report from the Hacked Milan show at La Rinascente and Hanna Nova Beatrice of Form magazine tells us about the vibrant design scene in Scandinavia. There's also a chance to win a Jambox as well as our latest (highly inaccurate as it turns out) weather report. More »
Slideshow: the cantilevered upper storeys of this house in Osaka by Japanese architect Shogo Iwata hover above a driveway. More »
Dezeen Wire: a concept for a watch that syncs up to an iPhone or Android device has received over $3.4 million worth of funding on internet platform Kickstarter, breaking the site's existing record with a month still to go - TNW
Designed by Californian start-up company Pebble Technology, the Pebble E-Paper Watch will discreetly alert you to incoming calls, emails and messages on your phone with a gentle vibration and has currently received backing from over 23,000 people.
If you've got a thing for watches, then check out Dezeen Watch Store for the latest designs from Ross McBride, Denis Guidone, Braun and more.
Milan 2012: today's TV show from Dezeen Studio in Milan features Tom Dixon showing us the restaurant in a former monastic dining room, where diners sit on chairs fabricated at the venue and order food with mobile phones.
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