Monthly archives: July 2012
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Museums, galleries, exhibitions and installations were in the news this week five years ago, as Coop Himmelb(l)au's extension to the Akron Art Museum opened in Ohio (above) and the winner of a competition to design a museum dedicated to the ice age (below) was announced for Siberia. More »
We end the week on Dezeen Music Project with the dextrous fingerpicking of Italian musician Francesco Fiotti on this beautiful acoustic guitar instrumental called Tightrope.
If you like what you hear, check out the track of his that we featured on Dezeen Music Project last month, which also features the serene cello playing of Marvin Ayres.
This week high-profile architects have been making the news, as Frank Gehry completed two homes for hurricane victims (above) and Zaha Hadid revealed designs for a limited edition speedboat (below). More »
Dezeen Wire: three senior Design Academy Eindhoven teachers have agreed to return to their posts after claiming victory in their dispute with the school.
Jan Boelen, Joost Grootens and Louise Schouwenberg, the heads of Social Design, Information Design and Contextual Design respectively, resigned two weeks ago but will now return to the school in the new academic year. More »
Dezeen Wire: Dezeen has been named Digital Business Publisher of the Year 2012 by the Association of Online Publishers.
Judges of the AOP 2012 Awards described Dezeen as "A smart entrepreneurial brand, with beautifully designed products - from websites to pop-up shops. Strong evidence of experimentation, fast growing revenue and audience". More »