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.
Rosy-hued shells of organza encase the wearer of these garments by Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) graduate Violet Zhou, which explore different states of mind experienced during personal struggles. More
After rebranding with three-dimensional, chrome-effect logos in the 80s and 90s, carmakers from Nissan to BMW are reverting to flat designs to retain relevance in the digital world. We've rounded up seven examples. More
Ponti Design Studio has created a concept for an autonomous, double-decker tram with a radial interior design to encourage Hong Kong residents to safely return to public transport after the height of the coronavirus pandemic. More
Viktor & Rolf presents a high-fashion take on coronavirus with its Autumn/Winter 2020 collection, featuring silky nightgowns emblazoned with emojis and "unapproachable" coats covered in spikes and tubes. More
The characteristically gangly doodles of French illustrator Jean Jullien come to life as flat sculptures in Le Jardin des Plantes in Nantes, France, as they playfully navigate the garden's ponds and grounds. More
Plush, tufted velvet seats are drooped over complex frameworks of interlocking wooden poles in this furniture collection by Marija Puipaitė and Vytautas Gečas, which takes design cues from horse saddles. More