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This week's issue of Dezeen Mail includes seats made of hair and pots made of radioactive soil plus Italian designers Formafantasma talking about their work with molten lava, flour and insect excrement.
The latest issue of our Dezeen Mail newsletter features readers' opinions on the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, a green HQ for the United Nations’ Green Climate Fund and shoes supposedly made of bio-engineered stingray skin (above).
The latest issue of our Dezeen Mail newsletter is out now and leads with a concrete house with a faceted facade like a rock face, which readers would rather see applied to a nightclub or church.
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We just sent the latest issue of our Dezeen Mail newsletter, which leads with the completion of London's Olympic venues and, in particular, our readers' horrified reaction to Anish Kapoor's ArcelorMittal Orbit sculpture (above). One commenter described as an "evil scientist's lair".
Also included in this issue are all the latest jobs, competitions (including how to win a £520 bike), music tracks plus the usual round-up of the best stories and comments from the past week. Read Dezeen Mail issue 101 »
There's so much to tell you in each issue of Dezeen Mail that we've decided to send it more often, so from now on you'll get all the latest stories and comments from Dezeen plus new jobs, competitions and updates from Dezeen Wire and Dezeen Screen delivered to your inbox every week.
Check out the latest issue of Dezeen Mail for all the best stories and comments from Dezeen, including a fire station that looks like a church, a church that looks like a cave and an apartment that looks like a cell, plus our plans for Milan and the launch of Dezeen Music Project.
Dezeen Mail is sent out every couple of weeks and you can subscribe here.