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Introducing Dezeen Agenda, a new weekly newsletter

Launching next Tuesday, Dezeen Agenda is a new weekly newsletter featuring the most important stories of the week. Subscribe now or read on to find out more!

Sent every Tuesday, Dezeen Agenda comes in addition to our popular weekly newsletter containing all the latest comments and debates.

This newsletter will continue to be sent every Thursday but will be renamed from Dezeen Weekly to Dezeen Debate.

Subscribers to our current weekly newsletter don't have to do anything. You will continue to receive Dezeen Debate. We'll create a subscription to Dezeen Agenda but you can unsubscribe to either or both newsletters at any time via our preference centre.

New subscribers can sign up here.

Below are more details about our weekly newsletters:

New! Dezeen Agenda newsletter

Sent every Tuesday, the new Dezeen Agenda newsletter will contain a selection of the most important news highlights from the week, keeping you informed about the key developments in the world of architecture and design.

Subscribers will also receive occasional updates and breaking news.

You don't have to do anything to receive this new newsletter if you are already a Weekly subscriber, but you can unsubscribe by visiting our newsletter preference centre.

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Renamed! Dezeen Debate newsletter

Sent every Thursday, this newsletter will continue to feature a selection of the best reader comments from the past week, but with a new name: it's now called Dezeen Debate instead of Dezeen Weekly.

Subscribers will also receive occasional updates and breaking news.

If you are already subscribed to Dezeen Weekly you don't have to do anything to continue receiving this newsletter. But you can always update your preferences by visiting our newsletter preference centre.

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Dezeen Daily

You can also subscribe to Dezeen Daily, our daily bulletin that contains every story published in the preceding 24 hours.

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