Check out the latest issue of Dezeen Mail for all the best stories and comments from Dezeen, including a car made of cartilage, a car park in a cafe and fashion accessories for the blind, plus all the best work from this year's Royal College of Art graduate show. There's also an update from Dezeen Wire, the latest movies on Dezeen Screen and all our new competitions and jobs. Take a look at Dezeen Mail issue #77 here.
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This film by Paul Nicholls of architectural imagery studio Factory Fifteen was awarded best film at the CG Architectural 3D Awards 2011 in the architectural film/animation category. More
Dezeen Wire: Nicolai Ouroussoff, outgoing architecture critic at the New York Times, reviews the Central China Television building in Beijing by Rem Koolhaas of OMA: "The forms are a reworking of classical perspective; the irregular structure is an attack on Modernist ideas about structural purity".
Dezeen promotion: furniture and lighting designers including Russel Pinch (above), La Dune and Diffuse will exhibit prototypes at trade show Decorex International in London from 25 to 28 September 2011. More
Dezeen Wire: the semi-detached suburban house that was home to writer JG Ballard for 49 years is for sale, the Independent reports. Ballard lived in the house in Shepperton, London until his death in 2009. The property is valued at around £320,000. The Independent
Dezeen Screen: this movie shows the making of the Rise for Japan poster by Milton Glaser, designer of the iconic I Love New York logo.
Rise for Japan is a fundraising project founded by New York artists to support Architecture for Humanity’s efforts to rebuild the Tohoku region of Japan, following its devastation by an earthquake and subsequent tsunami in March. Watch the movie »