Rose Etherington is editor in chief of Clippings, the London startup that enables interior designs teams to revolutionise their work from inspiration to installation. She has been a design journalist for over a decade, including six years at Dezeen, where she was the first editor.
London firm Paul Crofts Studio has completed a bakery on a high street in Suffolk, UK, with a motif based on a magpie's nest set into the douglas fir serving counter. More
Our featured architect this week is Richard Rogers, who we interviewed to coincide with the opening of his retrospective at the Royal Academy of Arts in London and his eightieth birthday. Read on for more plus Dezeen Music Project track of the week. More
A modern home inside the ruins of a crumbling castle leads the latest issue of our weekly Dezeen Mail newsletter, which also features all the best news, jobs, competitions and reader comments from Dezeen.
Industrial design graduate Andrey Grishko of new Tel Aviv studio AndreyAndShay has designed a machine for printing furniture and products by winding resin-soaked thread round a mould (+ movie). More
Polish design studio Beza Projekt has created a range of joints for DIY furniture that resemble plasters from a first-aid kit. More
We love a castle on Dezeen so here's a roundup of all the modern additions to fortresses we've featured. See all castle architecture »
Sportswear brand Reebok has launched a range of running shoes that shrink to fit the wearer's foot when heated with a hairdryer. More
Furniture made of guns by Mozambican designer Gonçalo Mabunda will be on show in London next week. More
Los Angeles architects Kyle and Liz von Hasseln have set up a business that produces 3D-printed sugar sculptures for wedding cakes, table centrepieces and pie toppings. More
Japanese studio Nendo has designed packaging for coffee-flavoured beer by adding little bean-shaped stickers to the brewer's existing bottles. More
Royal College of Art graduate Jeongwon Ji has made her own bioplastic from crab shells. More
This week on Dezeen the focus has been back on 3D printing, with a prototype of the world's first printed room (pictured), laser-sintered accessories to fit any body shape and a custom cast for fractured bones. Read on for a roundup of the week in architecture and design plus Dezeen Music Project track of the week. More
3D-printed casts for fractured bones could replace the usual bulky, itchy and smelly plaster or fibreglass ones in this conceptual project by Victoria University of Wellington graduate Jake Evill. More
This conceptual food by Royal College of Art graduate Minsu Kim would wriggle around on the plate and in your mouth (+ movie). More