Kate Mazade is a writer at Dezeen.
Kate is a journalist and author based in Fort Worth, Texas, who covers arts, culture and development for FTWtoday. Her writing has appeared in Madame Architect, Architectural Record, The Architect’s Newspaper and AN Interior.
She holds a degree in architecture from Auburn University and a degree in arts journalism from Syracuse University.
Mork-Ulnes Architects has completed a single-family residence in Oregon with a dark exterior and interconnected spaces without corridors that was built using American-made cross-laminated timber. More
Mighty Buildings has delivered what it claims is the world's first 3D-printed net-zero home as part of a 40-unit community in Desert Hot Springs that explores environmental and economic development strategies. More
American architecture studio Gensler has completed a resilient and technologically advanced sports arena in Austin, Texas that has a wooden canopy and roof that moves depending on the type of event. More