A concrete house designed to balance over the edge of a hillside in Kazakhstan is the latest addition to our series of stories featuring photo-realistic renderings (+ slideshow). More »
Monthly archives: August 2013
This timber structure clad in recycled food packaging houses a temporary library and book exchange and was designed and built by architecture students in Cēsis, Latvia (+ slideshow). More »
This week was all about hyper-realistic renderings, as we interviewed Ström Architects about architectural visualisations and published Peter Guthrie's images depicting one of their projects. Our Dezeen Music Project track of the week and more architecture and design news follow. More »
Following our interview with Ström Architects about the value of photo-realistic visualisations, the firm sent us a set of images by rendering guru Peter Guthrie showing a house proposed for Suffolk, England (+ slideshow). More »
Movie: in our second video interview with Job Smeets of Studio Job, the artist discusses the recent economic crisis but claims that, unlike many in the "design art" world, his studio's work has not been negatively affected by it. Update: this interview is featured in Dezeen Book of Interviews, which is on sale now for £12. More »
Our second story this week from New York studio Asymptote features a silver pillow-clad pavilion that was installed on an artificial river peninsula in South Korea as part of the World Expo 2012 (+ slideshow). More »
Wooden furniture forms sections of staircases at this house in Japan by Tato Architects (+ slideshow). More »
New York studio Asymptote has designed a faceted performing arts centre for South Korea that references the curved rooftops of ancient Buddhist temples and pavilions (+ slideshow). More »
Man Oeuvre is a former acid house DJ based in Berlin, who has turned his hand to making electronica tracks inspired by world music artists.
This track, Ask (The Garden), features flute and shehnai samples from two pieces of Indian music: Gentle Breeze by Rakeesh Chaurasia and Ganesh Paath by Aklahk Hussain.
Studio Job founder Job Smeets looks back over his career to date and explains why sculpture is so important to his studio's work in this movie Dezeen filmed at Moooi's Unexpected Welcome exhibition in Milan. Update: this interview is featured in Dezeen Book of Interviews, which is on sale now for £12. More »
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