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.
Plush purple carpeting, metallic surfaces and pink stone walls create a dreamy, tactile setting for the first collection of one-off furniture pieces created by Dimore Studio co-founder Emiliano Salci. More
Homes without internal walls, kitchens or bathrooms are being billed as a solution to housing crises around the world, after NL Architects won the Mies van der Rohe Award for its refurbishment of the Kleiburg apartment block in Amsterdam. More
The world's biggest architecture firm has proposed moving the UK's Lords and MPs into a bubble-like building on London's River Thames to reduce the cost of refurbishing the crumbling Palace of Westminster. More
EU students are deferring or cancelling their offers from UK design schools over Brexit with major implications for the future of the sector, according to London Design Festival co-founder and UAL governor Ben Evans. More
Brexit Design Manifesto: the list of leading design industry figures backing Dezeen's Brexit Design Manifesto has more than doubled, with David Adjaye, Terry Farrell, Es Devlin and David Shrigley among those adding their support. More