Katie de Klee is a freelance writer, editor and content producer, and lives between Cape Town and London. After finishing her masters in literature at the University of Edinburgh, Katie has lived mostly in the southern hemisphere, writing about creativity, culture and resourcefulness on the African continent and beyond. For two and a half years she worked as editor-in-chief of Design Indaba’s online publication. She has contributed to a Gestalten book on African Design and spoken at events in Spain and South Africa.
Chinese studio People's Architecture Office is using a pop-up pavilion to show how a prefabricated home designed for China's hutongs could be used by cities in the US to help tackle the housing crisis. More
MAD, Penda and Open Architecture are among 10 Asian studios that have built futuristic concept homes in Beijing, including a living garden, a nomadic Martian pod and a modular home inspired by Beijing's hutongs. More
This movie by photographer Jim Stephenson offers a look behind the scenes at this year's Studio in the Woods, an annual architecture workshop that invites students to design and build wooden structures in a forest. More
British furniture studio Another Country has teamed up with design agency Ekkist to create a series of health-focused furniture pieces, including a table with a tray for a surface and a multi-use daybed. More