This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is a position for a design engineer with London studio Troika, whose Arcades installation featuring beams of light that appear to bend into curved gothic arches is pictured. Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
Monthly archives: December 2013
This clothes hanger by Irish studio Gazel can slide out of the top of a shirt without stretching the neck thanks to its offset handle (+ slideshow). More »
T is for Japanese architect Toyo Ito, whose Tama Art University Library is behind today's advent calendar window. Completed in 2007, the library comprises slender concrete arches that span lengths of up to 16 metres. Ito was also this year's Pritzker Prize laureate and his other projects include the Za Koenji Public Theatre in Tokyo.
These necklaces by Canadian studio Ahora Silhouettes display the molecular structures of drugs, allowing the wearer to accessorise with the illicit substance of their choice (+ slideshow). More »
Hungarian art and design collective Szövetség'39 has unveiled a concept to reduce the impact of rising sea levels in the world's delta regions by introducing a modular structure that will cultivate mangrove forests to form natural dams. More »
The latest version of this app by creative collective The Morpholio Project enables images in a digital portfolio to be annotated and drawn on, as if sketching on a sheet of tracing paper laid over the top. More »
Sou Fujimoto is the nineteenth architect to feature on our festive calendar. The Japanese architect, who claims to design structures "in between" architecture and nature, designed a cloud-like structure for this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion and previously completed a tiny wooden house built from a stack of chunky timber beams (pictured).
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