Emilie is a freelance arts journalist. After graduating from King's College London with a degree in War Studies, she completed a master's degree in Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London, where her research focused on architecture, urbanism and capitalism. Emilie joined Dezeen's editorial team following an internship in June 2012.
Spanish studio Nook Architects stripped out false ceilings and dividing walls to transform two next-door apartments in Barcelona's gothic quarter into a pair of bright and spacious homes (+ slideshow). More
A team of New Zealand architects has won a speculative competition to design a new residence for the Australian Prime Minister. More
Forward-thinking designers are using 3D printing to blow architecture wide open, as Dezeen's editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs reports in this extract from Print Shift, our one-off publication dedicated to the developing technology. More
Japanese designer Kouichi Okamoto has made a tape cutter with a curved edge that he uses to create drip-like patterns (+ movie). More
Each tab on this credit card-sized pack by American designers Bolt Group can be torn off and used as a USB stick. More
In this extract from Print Shift, our one-off publication about 3D printing, editor Claire Barrett reports on the growing number of medical applications for the emerging technology and asks how soon we can expect 3D-printed organ transplants. More
Plastic extruded from this robotic 3D printer solidifies instantly, allowing it to draw freeform shapes in the air extending from any surface (+ movie). More