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.
Sexual health technology for women is finally gaining acceptance according to founder of sextech startup Lora DiCarlo, who returned to CES this year with two new robotic massagers after its Osé product was banned in 2019 for being "immoral". More
Samsung introduced its vision of robots as "life companions" at this year's Consumer Electronics Show – a tiny, ball-shaped AI device that rolls around the house and responds to commands like a pet dog. More
This week on Dezeen, we looked back at the biggest architecture and design stories of 2019, and looked forward to the upcoming projects of the new year. More
From lab-grown spider silk to cellulose, design and technology reporter Natashah Hitti continues our review of the year with 10 of the most interesting materials developed or used throughout 2019, with a particular focus on reuse. More
University of Applied Arts Vienna graduate Ege Kökel has envisioned what life would be like if bio-technologies were used to bring back dodos, as a comment on the impact of de-extinction research. More
For our review of 2019, design and technology reporter Natashah Hitti selects 10 transport designs that turned our readers' heads, from the world's most expensive supercar to a small autonomous robot that delivers packages. More
Graduates consistently offer some of the most forward-thinking designs, and 2019 didn't disappoint. To continue our review of the year, we picked 10 of the most innovative student projects, from a "chestfeeding" kit to a masturbation suit. More