The lower floor of this long narrow house by Dutch studio 123DV is mostly buried beneath two grassy mounds (+ slideshow). More »
Monthly archives: January 2013
This translucent cabin by architects Kengo Kuma and Associates is an experimental house in Hokkaidō, Japan, designed to test the limits of architecture in cold climates (+ slideshow). More »
In the next movie we filmed at our Designed in Hackney Day, Gurmeet Sian of Office Sian explains how an emphasis on building relationships with his clients makes him more like a midwife than an architect. More »
A conceptual space station that was conceived in the 1920s inspired the spiralling structure of this culture and technology centre in Slovenia. More »
Led by Israeli product designer Itay Ohaly, a group of nine designers worked in isolation on the eclectic parts for this table, chair and lamp. More »
A team of architects including
Belgian studio JDS Architects and Danish firm CEBRA are close to completing this harbour-side housing development modelled on a cluster of floating icebergs in Denmark (+ slideshow). More »
Here's a chilled-out deep house remix of Icelandic music producer B.G. Baarregaard's track Love With You, the video for which we published on Dezeen on Saturday. The remix is by an artist called Askell and has been released, together with the original track, on the Imolan Nights record label.
Make sure you check out the music video for the orginal track, in which director Harald Haraldsson combines a wall of bookshelves and a projector to surprisingly dramatic effect.
These collapsible chairs by American design studio Pilot///Wave hang on the wall in an undulating line when they're not in use. (+ movie). More »
The ghost town depicted in these images by photographer Tim Van de Velde is a replica that Belgian artist Gert Robijns built to recreate part of the village he grew up in (+ slideshow). More »
This X-shaped house by architects Cadaval & Sola-Morales hangs over the edge of a hillside on the outskirts of Barcelona (+ slideshow). More »
Swedish firm Note Design Studio devised a set of mobile metal trolleys to display shoes at this store for footwear brand Camper. More »
New York firm Steven Holl Architects has completed the Sliced Porosity Block, a cluster of five towers around a public plaza in Chengdu, China (+ slideshow + photographs by Hufton + Crow). More »
Designer Roger Arquer explains why emotion is the guiding force behind his practice, which includes lampshades that work with condensation and experimental fish tanks, in this next movie filmed at our Designed in Hackney Day. More »