Crumpled sheets of metal appear to float inside or wrap around the low tables in a collection by design studio Fredrikson Stallard currently on show at the new David Gill Gallery in London (+ slideshow). More
A braille printer and an electric suit to prevent muscle spasms were among the products for people with disabilities included in an exhibition curated by Swedish design body Svensk Form for the London Design Festival. More
As Peter Zumthor has this week been named as the recipient of this year’s Royal Gold Medal for architecture, here's another chance to watch the movie interview Dezeen filmed with him last summer, in which he told us "I'm a passionate architect and I think it's a beautiful profession." Update: this interview is featured in Dezeen Book of Interviews, which is on sale now for £12. More
Dezeen archive: recently we've featured a huge wearable duvet for two and a squishy pillow helmet that's perfect for power naps (bottom right), so we decided to bring together all our stories about snoozing. See all the stories »
Arik Levy's contribution to the Digital Crystal exhibition at London's Design Museum in an interactive installation that uses visitors' body movements to mutate computer-generated crystals (+ movie). More
This wearable cocoon of quilts and blankets by Slovakian architecture graduate Danica Pistekova is just right for people who wish they could take their bed with them in the morning. More
This week Peter Zumthor was named as winner of the Royal Gold Medal for architecture, an undulating golden extension to the Louvre (above) opened in Paris and open-source blueprints for 3D-printed guns were released. More
East London designer Roger Arquer has made a bench out of materials he salvaged from his local hardware shop before it closed down, which he is contributing to the Stepney Green Design Collection curated by Dezeen. More
London Design Festival: a new gallery showcasing socially responsible design has opened in Soho and its inaugural collection features furniture from Brazil curated by US specialists Espasso plus pieces by designers including Studiomama and Australian collective Supercyclers. More
East London musician K H U S H I is enjoying a seriously creative streak, bringing out a new track almost every week. We featured his first track on Dezeen Music Project earlier in the month, and this new one follows in a similar vein. Alternately soaring and intimate vocal melodies drive the song forward, with unshowy but effective keyboard and guitar parts providing backing and occasional embellishment.
If you like what you hear, make sure you check out other great tracks by K H U S H I on his Soundcloud page.
News: Dutch designer Ed Annink, known for his work forging links between design and government in Europe, has died aged 55. More