Monthly archives: September 2013
Dezeen broke the three biggest stories of the London Design Festival this week: the news that graphic designer Peter Saville won the London Design Medal and is working on a new visual identity for Kanye West; and the announcement that the V&A museum has acquired the first 3D-printed gun. Read on for more of this week's best bits... More »
Proving that you can remix anything into anything, electronic group Strong Asian Mothers have created a trap-inspired version of a track by London guitar band Francobollo. It's quite a radical departure from the grungy guitar riffs of the original record, which you can check out here.
Lisbon Architecture Triennale: following budget cuts, boycotts and lukewarm reviews, Lisbon Architecture Triennale curator Beatrice Galilee defends the event that opened in the Portuguese capital last week and explains why she believes architecture exhibitions don't always need to be about buildings (+ interview). More »
London designer Paul Cocksedge's first solo exhibition, at Friedman Benda in New York, features a table folded from a single sheet of steel (+ slideshow). More »
This volcano museum in western Hungary features walls of dark concrete and Corten steel designed by Budapest studio Foldes Architects to reference the colours of volcanic rock and lava (+ slideshow). More »