Anna Winston is an award-winning editor, writer and curator. She is a former editor of Dezeen and Bdonline, and has been working in architecture and design for over a decade. Based in Antwerp, she is currently researching the future of augmented reality and public space, and is also working on a project focusing on the design of death.
Long, pale-grey bricks create a uniform appearance for the three blocks that make up House J-VC in Belgium, which is positioned to make the most of the site's natural light without losing views of the wetlands behind. More
London-based designer Keiichi Matsuda suggests how augmented reality will define the workstation of the future, in a short film that explores the growing obsession with productivity in the workplace. More
A limited colour and material palette help the Cube Education and Self-Study Centre, designed by Kaan Architecten, to blend with existing buildings on the Tilburg University campus in The Netherlands. More
After being diagnosed with Crohn's disease, designer Teddy Schuyers decided to focus on redesigning the ostomy bag that many sufferers have to wear to improve both their performance and appearance. More
Massimiliano Fuksas of Studio Fuksas has been awarded the Premio alla Carriera Architettura prize, triggereing protests from architects including Denise Scott Brown, Rem Koolhaas and Bjarke Ingels, who feel his equal partner Doriana Fuksas should have shared the prize. More