Cajsa Carlson is deputy editor of Dezeen.
She was previously the architecture and design editor at Culture Trip and has worked for publications including Cool Hunting and Design Week. Cajsa was also editor of Houzz Sweden.
She is originally from Malmö, Sweden, and has a degree in media and modern literature from Goldsmiths, University of London.
Marks Barfield Architects has designed a sustainable mosque in Cambridge that draws on local architecture while incorporating traditional Islamic design aspects, including geometric patterns that symbolise the infinite. More
Ten designers have created new pieces from broken objects, including a clock radio that tells stories and a seashell that has been given an eerily realistic tongue and teeth, for the R for Repair exhibition in Singapore. More
Chinese architecture studio MAD has revealed its design for Train Station in the Forest in Jiaxing, China, which will see the studio rebuild a historical railway station and complement it with a new underground terminal. More
Designer Danielle Brustman used pastel colours, marmoleum flooring and playful hand-painted murals to create the interior of the Brighton Street Early Learning Centre in a brutalist building in Melbourne. More
America's Central Intelligence Agency has unveiled a new identity aimed at attracting more diverse employees but has refused to disclose the designer behind its new look. More
To round off our review of 2020, Dezeen looks back at the designers and architects who passed away this year, including Italian designer Enzo Mari, British entrepreneur Terence Conran and Bulgarian artist Christo. More
At the end of one of the most disruptive years in recent history, Dezeen takes a look at the design and technology trends that came out of it for our 2020 review, including face masks, DIY healthcare products and virtual fashion design. More