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.
An exhibition showcasing 15 years of design by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec has opened at Les Arts Décoratifs museum in Paris. More
Following today's news that the first 3D-printed gun has been fired, Dezeen reporter Emilie Chalcraft takes a look at how 3D-printed guns and drones are changing weaponry and warfare in this extract from Print Shift, our one-off publication about 3D printing. More
This concept for a digital camera would let users look through a hole right in the middle of the ring of sensors, rather than framing their shot on a screen or through a viewfinder (+ movie). More
Today's glorious May weather has been soundtracked by Smile Machine, a groovy, lo-fi track by Giga Herbs, a four-piece from Staten Island, New York.
The song is taken from their debut album Mad Weird, which they've just self-released on Bandcamp.
Listen to more lo-fi tracks we've featured on Dezeen Music Project here.
The birds inside this cuckoo clock by London design studio BERG are programmed to poke their heads out to announce Twitter messages, retweets and new followers (+ movie). More
News: government proposals to remove crafts from its list of recognised creative industries have triggered "disbelief" and "frustration" in the sector. More
News: next month's International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York will be the first major design fair to place 3D printing and digital fabrication at the core of its programme, with a four-day series of workshops introducing the hardware and software that could change the face of design, manufacturing and distribution (+ interview). More