The Dezeen Watch Store winter sale has begun! You can now get 20% off a selection of our best-selling watches for a limited time only, including the chronograph Braun BN0035 (above). Was £185, now £148. Visit Dezeen Watch Store to browse all our great deals. More »
Monthly archives: December 2012
Our movie for Philips Lumiblade about how OLED lighting technology will change interior design leads the lastest issue of Dezeen Mail, which also includes sex toys, twisting skyscrapers and all the latest news, jobs, competitions and reader comments from Dezeen.
London-based studio Alex Cochrane Architects added a timber balcony and an open-plan interior to this Victorian boathouse in a deer park in the south of England. More »
Two chunky concrete storeys are perched above a living room without walls at this house in São Paulo by Brazilian architects Studio MK27 (+ slideshow). More »
London and Tbilisi firm Architects of Invention has completed a public services building on stilts for a city that doesn't exist yet in Georgia. More »
More doomsday preparations: earlier this year we published this survival kit for tomorrow's predicted apocalypse, containing practical items such matches and water as well as chocolate and hard liqueur. It's designed by Mexican branding company Menosunocerouno and you can read our story about it here »
In case the ancient Mayan prediction turns out to be true and the world does end tomorrow, Central Saint Martins fashion graduate Minki Cheng has created a collection of apocalypse apparel for surviving extreme conditions in style (+ slideshow). More »
Danish studio BIG has designed an observation tower shaped like a honey dipper for Phoenix, Arizona (+ slideshow). More »
This gymnasium in Utrecht by Dutch studio NL Architects has no windows but features walls that swell outwards to let light in from above (+ slideshow). More »
This catchy, upbeat track by designer and musician Glen Lib provides the soundtrack for today's Dezeen Live movie featuring east London designer Philippe Malouin.
Designer Philippe Malouin describes how the Olympics has changed Hackney in this movie we filmed at Dezeen Live during 100% Design. More »