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.
American photographer Annette LeMay Burke's book Fauxliage showcases cell towers that have been designed to blend into their surroundings, including a pine tree in the middle of the desert, airbrushed cacti and church crosses. More
A new retrospective of postmodernist architect Aldo Rossi's work has recently opened at Rome's MAXXI museum. Its curator Alberto Ferlenga picks ten designs that demonstrate the scope of Rossi's work and how it is still relevant today. More
Japanese studio Nendo has contributed to a virtual design show organised by Vogue Italia, showing its Hyouri collection of reversible traditional paper lanterns that "seem to swallow parts of themselves". More
The virtual world and the real world will become one and the human body will merge with fashion and architecture, according to speakers at Dezeen Club's metaverse meet-up event held at a virtual rooftop bar earlier this week. More
Designer Sarit Shani Hay has created Soft Landscape, a sculptural installation of cushioned animals in coastal landscapes for the Design Museum Holon that draws on the architecture of the museum itself. More