Rima is a freelance writer, editor and illustrator. She joined Dezeen in June 2016 as design editor and later served as deputy editor before going freelance late in 2017.
Prior to that, she was a founding editor of Webby-nominated Australian culture title Concrete Playground. She writes on technology, design, arts and culture.
Follow Rima on Twitter and Instagram at @rimasabina.
Australian studio Hop Design has used 3D printing to create a cutlery set called Font that can be tailored to people with different disabilities while maintaining a strong and cohesive aesthetic. More
To reflect the restrictive winemaking regulations in the French region of Bordeaux, Norwegian studio OlssønBarbieri set itself constraints when coming up with a playful brand identity and packaging design for the winery Château Picoron. More
Japanese studio Motive Inc has created a highly tailored wayfinding design for the training institute of railway maintenance company Totetsu Kogyo, using stylised floor markings to guide visitors through the building. More
Solid waste is "flushed" away with a conveyer belt in the Sandi toilet, invented by recent Brunel University graduate Archie Read for the hundreds of millions of people who are currently living without safe sanitation. More
Swedish electric boat manufacturer X Shore has launched its latest model X Shore 1, which was designed to be lighter and less expensive that its predecessors in a bid to bring electric boating to a larger audience. More
Type foundry Typotheque has created a series of new typefaces and proposed changes to the way that digital characters are encoded to make it easier for Canadian Indigenous communities to write digitally in their own languages. More
Design studio Space Available has worked with Indonesian architects Sidarta and Sandjaja to turn a Bali building into an institution dedicated to circular design, with a facade made of 200,000 recycled plastic bottles. More
Plates made from fish bones, potato peelings and oyster shells feature in the work of recent design graduate Carly Breame, who collaborated with a British seafood restaurant to make a "menu" of hyperlocal ceramics. More