Italian research studio MHOX has unveiled a concept to allow people to swap their eyes with digital-compatible versions. More
DesignMarch 2015: net-wrapped hula hoops and skipping ropes with reindeer-antler handles are among pieces created by four Reykjavik-based designers to highlight the hundreds of tonnes of rubbish washed up on Iceland's coastline each year. More
Opinion: the Game Developers Conference is refreshingly free of the superstar egos and the luxury brands that dominate architecture biennales and furniture fairs – and much more significant for the future of design, says Kieran Long. More
The world's tallest hospital (pictured), gender-neutral retail spaces and Jean Prouvé's relaunched 1940s office furniture feature in this week's Dezeen Mail. Click through for the latest news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.
Dezeen promotion: there's still time to register to exhibit at international design festival DMY Berlin, which will return to the German capital this year from 11 to 14 June at new location Kraftwerk Berlin. More
The Australian Institute of Architects has named "lyrical technologist" Peter Stutchbury as the 2015 recipient of the country's most prestigious architecture award (+ slideshow). More
Penoyre & Prasad has reskinned the Constructivist-influenced Guy's Tower in London, giving it back its crown as the tallest hospital in the world. Architect Sunand Prasad explains how his team updated an "ugly building designed with a great deal of love" (+ slideshow + interview). More
Milan 2015: British designer Tom Dixon's series of new products, including wingback chairs and "hallucinogenic" globular lamps, will be sold directly from his exhibition at an abandoned theatre in Milan next month. More