A sliding plywood wall divides this OMA-designed art gallery inside a historic building in Hong Kong (+ slideshow). More »
Monthly archives: March 2013
This is not a distorted digital photo - it's a cabinet that's been intricately carved to look like one. More »
London studio David Mikhail Architects has renovated a nineteenth-century house in London and added a glazed kitchen and dining room at the rear (+ slideshow). More »
A rescued stone colonnade stands amongst planes of concrete at this religious shrine in the Spanish countryside by Pamplona studio Otxotorena Arquitectos (+ slideshow). More »
This leisure centre in Amsterdam by Dutch architects VenhoevenCS was designed as a fortress covered in plants (+ slideshow). More »
Designed in Hackney was a Dezeen initiative to celebrate the incredible diversity of design talent in the east London borough of Hackney during the run up to the London 2012 Olympic Games.
This is a remix of a track by Japanese artist Yu-Chi, which we featured on Dezeen Music Project back in August last year. The original track is both weird and beautiful, a quality that BLKrKRT's remix retains, while introducing a darker, more brooding intensity.
You can listen to the original track here.
Researchers at MIT plan to 3D print a pavilion by imitating the way a silkworm builds its cocoon. More »