Natashah is design and technology reporter at Dezeen.
She graduated from University College London with a first-class honours in history of art. While completing her studies, Natashah worked for a commercial art gallery in Fitzrovia, London.
She joined Dezeen as an intern in summer 2017, and was quickly promoted to the role of editorial assistant two months later, before being made design and technology reporter in early 2019.
The Bank of England has revealed its "most secure" banknote to date – a £20 polymer note featuring David Chipperfield's Turner Contemporary gallery, and a portrait of the artist it's named after. More
British designer Vivienne Westwood has said that "we haven't got time to talk about fashion" in light of the climate crisis, and is instead calling for a ban on private land ownership with her One World Rent campaign. More
Japanese design studio Nendo has created an alternative to the tricky task of nurturing a bonsai tree with its Grid-Bonsai – a 3D-printed version of the plant that owners can prune to their liking. More
This week on Dezeen, Wolfgang & Hite designed pink architectural sex toys to comment on New York's Hudson Yards development, and Banksy launched his own merchandise to keep custody of his name. More
Layer and Panasonic have designed a range of near-future product concepts, including a smart head massaging device and an AI-powered skin analysis that makes personalised, nutritious smoothies in response to the results. More
From the cave markings left by early man to the Swedish Parliament where Greta Thunberg began her climate strike, Es Devlin has represented crucial historical moments on a three-dimensional map at Pitzhanger gallery. More
Extinction Rebellion staged a funeral march to close London Fashion Week. Dezeen spoke to organiser and activist Sara Arnold about the need to redefine creativity in the climate crisis, rather than making "more stuff". More