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 Church of Pope John Paul II in Páty, Hungary, is a crescent-shaped building featuring skewed angles and whitewashed concrete that aims to turn "passive observers" into active participants of worship. More
Designer Ini Archibong took visual cues from the staggered rock formations of The Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland when creating his Kadamba Gate table and benches, which were showcased during London Design Festival. More
Technology company Embodied has developed a robot companion for children that uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to process and respond to natural conversation and facial expressions. More
Kvadrat's Knit! exhibition, which forms part of 3 Days of Design, sees 28 designers create a variety of objects upholstered in its Kvadrat Febrik textile range, from sofas and dining tables to a giant squishy ball and whimsical flight suits. More
Elon Musk's neuroscience startup Neuralink has revealed the "dramatically simplified" design for an implant that aims to create brain-to-machine interfaces, alongside the robot that inserts it and several pigs that have the device installed. More
Products fair: Danish designer Cecilie Manz has created a wooden coffee table for furniture brand Takt that users can assemble themselves by securing the two components together with leather loops. More
Iram Sultan studio took visual cues from common medicinal products when designing the office interiors for Indian pharmaceutical company Zydus Cadila, which feature curved archways and vaulted ceilings. More