Danil is social media editor at Dezeen.
He graduated with a journalism degree from London College of Communication. During his studies, Danil worked for University of the Arts London's newspaper Arts London News. He went on to work for music service Songkick, and then as a digital assistant for contemporary art gallery Eastside Projects in Birmingham, before joining Dezeen in 2016.
This week, Mexican architect Frida Escobedo's unveiled her latticed Serpentine Pavilion and the FIFA World Cup began in Russia, with Dezeen providing stadium and kit guides. More
In this week's comments update, readers gave kudos to a whisky distillery cut into the hills of the Scottish countryside by British architecture firm Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. More
In this week's comments updated readers discussed whether American rapper and designer Kanye West's plan to move into architecture would be a catalyst for change in the industry, or just a marketing ploy. More
Twitter sparked headlines this week as Kanye West tweeted his intentions to open an architecture firm, while Elon Musk announced plans to create bricks for affordable housing on the social media platform.
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In this week's comments update, readers were united in their objection to Patrik Schumacher's suggestion that deregulated capitalism was the solution to the global housing crisis. More
Transport dominated the headlines this week as Foster + Partners revealed plans for a freight-carrying hyperloop and NASA started building aircraft that will fly faster than the speed of sound. More
A near-complete bullet-shaped skyscraper by Kohn Pedersen Fox in Shenzhen generated a debate between readers over phallic architecture in this week's comments update. More
IKEA was a prominent fixture in the news this week as it released its first skateboard, while reports emerged that the Swedish furniture company was considering converting a Brutalist building in Connecticut into a hotel. More