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.
Danish interior design brand Hay has completed the renovation and expansion of its shop in central Copenhagen, Hay House 2.0, which has been given a colourful update by the company's in-house team and now also holds a showroom and an events space. More
For the first time ever, the Salone del Mobile furniture fair this year hosted an entire showcase dedicated to graduate design including students from 48 different schools and 22 different countries. More
Low-energy buildings can "make communities more resilient to climate shocks," says author Jared Green. Here he picks ten examples of low-energy buildings from his book Good Energy: Renewable Power and the Design of Everyday Life. More
Designers including Patricia Urquiola, Jaime Hayon and Marcel Wanders have created metal candle holders for a project to raise funds for cancer research, which is currently on show at Milan design week. More
The Italian design industry is seeing a generational change when it comes to gender equality, says Maria Porro, the youngest-ever president of Salone del Mobile and the first woman to hold the role. More
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has designed significant projects around the world including the Japan National Stadium and V&A Dundee. Editor Philip Jodidio picks 10 of the architect's key projects from a new book dedicated to his work. More
This week on Dezeen, insurance company Lloyd's of London revealed it would overhaul the iconic Underwriting Room at the heart of its high-tech Lloyd's building in London designed by Richard Rogers. More
A group of architecture and design students plans to sue The Glasgow School of Art over its alleged failure to provide adequate education during the coronavirus pandemic and for cancelling their degree shows. More