Monthly archives: April 2013
Beijing studio SAKO Architects used all the colours of the rainbow for the playgrounds, classrooms and roof garden of this doughnut-shaped kindergarten in Tianjin, China (+ slideshow). More »
This richly textured techno track is a collaboration between British electronic producer Max Cooper and software developer Nicolas Bougaïeff, who built the controllers for techno legend Richie Hawtin's 2010 live show.
Fracture is taken from their joint EP Movements, which is Cooper's twelfth release on Cologne techno label Traum Schallplaten.
Listen to more techno tracks we've featured on Dezeen Music Project here.
French architect Jean-Marie Massaud has collaborated with auto maker Toyota to create an "anti-crisis" concept car with a retractable windscreen, plastic bodywork and a bamboo bonnet (+ slideshow). More »
UK studio Universal Everything motion-captured a dancer to make this animation, which is projected onto the world's highest-resolution screen (+ movie). More »
Tokyo-based Klein Dytham Architecture has used the television-shaped icon of YouTube's logo to decorate the walls of the video website's new production studio in the Japanese capital (+ slideshow). More »
New York design studio FormNation has proposed a redesign for two US income tax forms to make them clearer and easier to use (+ slideshow). More »
Barcelona studio Hidalgo Hartmann Arquitectura has completed a concrete house with a triangular profile in the rural outskirts of Girona, Spain (+ slideshow). More »
Dutch firm MVRDV has won a design competition for a new business district in Shanghai, which is already under construction near the city's Hongqiao Airport. More »
Six architecture studios present window installations created for stores along London's Regent Street in this movie filmed by Dezeen. More »
This family house in Athens by Greek office Tense Architecture Network comprises a boxy concrete upper floor perched atop a glazed living room and kitchen (+ photographs by Filippo Poli). More »