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.
Swedish design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune has come up with a stove for the developing world that uses two-thirds less wood than a traditional cooking fire (+ movies + slideshow). More
News: British inventor James Dyson has donated £4 million towards building a new cancer centre in Bath, UK, based on the principles underlying his successful redesign of a neonatal ward at the same hospital. More
Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa appeared in our latest movie filmed as part of Dezeen and MINI World Tour discussing the minimal design and intuitive interface of this mobile phone created for Japanese company KDDI (+ movies). More
A large public square is at the heart of Danish firm BIG's proposed overhaul of Miami Beach Convention Center, home to the annual Art Basel/Miami and Design Miami trade fairs (+ slideshow + movie). More
Hundreds of cut-out paper letters tell the history of typefaces in this stop-motion animation by Canadian graphic designer Ben Barrett-Forrest. More
News: the Museum of Modern Art in New York is to reconsider its decision to demolish the former American Folk Art Museum next door following an outcry from architects, conservationists and critics. More
News: after buildings that look like giant underpants and a stack of toilet rolls, here's a tower in Beijing that has been compared to a giant penis. More