Monthly archives: December 2012
We're now looking back at our top five stories in October and sailing into an easy first place is the yacht designed by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs before his death, while the news was dominated by architecture in China and the integration of digital and industrial design at Apple. More »
We're up to June in our 2012 review and leading our five most popular stories is a camera controlled by blinking and squinting by Royal College of Art graduate Mimi Zou. More »
Continuing our review of the year, the restoration of the Cutty Sark tea clipper by Grimshaw was our most-read story in April, plus we set up Dezeen Studio in Milan. More »
Our most widely read story in March was a tea house and library constructed around a tree by Archi-Union, plus we launched two new projects of our own. More »
Topping the list of our most popular stories in February is City Portraits by Victor Enrich, who manipulated his own architectural photographs to create impossible-looking buildings. More »
Interiors and products will need more tactile designs as the use of computers and screens makes us crave a sense of touch, trend forecaster Li Edelkoort predicts in this last movie filmed at Dezeen Live. More »
The music featured on the final three movies from our Dezeen Live series of talks, including today's talk with Clemens Weisshaar, is from world music record label EarthSync. Sunset in Akkarai is one of EarthSync's more traditional tracks, which features haunting vocals and the distinctive tone of the sitar.