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.
This year's Global Grad Show in Dubai illustrated how "many small actions come together to create a total picture". Curator Eleanor Watson selects five innovative projects that make a positive global impact. More
An exhibition at the V&A Dundee explores the evolving relationship between humans and robots. From 1920s sci-fi films to brain-controlled exoskeletons, curator Kirsty Hassard picks five highlights. More
From a trio of mirrors depicting Dubai's arid landscape to a set of sand-cast chairs by female artisans in Sharjah, Dezeen's Natashah Hitti has picked seven designs from Downtown Editions 2019 that celebrate regional traits. More
An exhibition at London's V&A museum looks at the car as "a designed object", charting its 130 year-long impact on global culture from fashion and furniture to mass production and the built environment. More
Beirut studio T Sakhi redefined the wall as a hub for social connection with its pavilion for Dubai Design Week, which comments on the "resilience" of Lebanese society in the face of current socio-political unrest. More
MAS Architecture Studio favoured passive ventilation over high-tech solutions in this installation for Dubai Design Week, which reimagines Emirati wind towers using 480 layers of recycled cardboard. More
Metal objects such as anti-bird spikes, flag holders and air vents are turned into household items in this project by industrial design duo Liang-Jung Chen and Shuei-Yuan Yang. More
Luxury carmaker Aston Martin has unveiled its first-ever motorcycle, which features a 180-horsepower turbocharged V-twin engine housed inside a carbon-fibre body, and is only legal for track use. More
Central Saint Martins fashion student Benjamin Benmoyal drew on his years in the Israeli army to design this collection of "utopian" garments, hand-woven from fabrics made of recycled cassette tapes. More
Central Saint Martins graduate Annie Larkins addresses issues of food production with her unusually shaped egg-free alternative to chicken eggs, made using pea protein, salt and algae-derived acid. More
Japanese auto brand Suzuki has debuted a pair of retro-styled concept cars at Tokyo Motor Show 2019, including a driverless "mobile room" and a hybrid electric coupe with cameras in place of wing mirrors. More