Monthly archives: December 2013
Scroll on for all the latest from our recruitment site Dezeen Jobs, including positions with Omer Arbel Office, Studio Fuksas and Lily Jencks Studio, who fitted out a tile showroom in London to look like a psychedelic cartoon (pictured). Plus this is the last chance to apply for roles with Martha Schwartz Partners, the University of Melbourne and more... More »
These plates and dishes made of cellulose by Swedish design studio Tomorrow Machine have a special self-cleaning coating that means they never need washing up. More »
P is for Peter Zumthor in today's A-Zdvent calendar window. The Swiss architect designed a Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London in 2011, and was also responsible for the Brother Klaus Field Chapel in Germany (pictured) and a memorial to commemorate suspected witches in Norway.
Montreal designer Loïc Bard has created a wooden stool to add to his collection of furniture with gaping mouths that store magazines inside the top. More »
Following our exclusive interview with Rem Koolhaas last month, Dutch office OMA is the fifteenth entry to our A-Zdvent calendar of architects. Koolhaas' firm recently completed De Rotterdam, a 44-storey group of interconnected glass towers in the architect's home city, and has also built two skyscrapers in China - the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (pictured) and the CCTV Headquarters building in Beijing.