Sebastian is a content producer at Dezeen.
He graduated from University of Kent with a degree is history and philosophy of art. Sebastian has worked for a range of different organisations, including Kopenhagen Art Institute, Wallpaper*, Vinson&Co and Álvaro, before joining Dezeen in the summer of 2017.
The next instalment of our Dezeen x MINI Living video series explores an experimental apartment by Swedish firm White Arkitekter, which can be reconfigured according to the needs of its residents. More
This captioned one-minute movie features a project called 20 by Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Mirjam de Bruijn, who created capsules that turn into everyday sustainable household products when mixed with water.
In this captioned movie we explore Daan Roosegaarde's light installation. It covers the disused flood defences on a highway in the Netherlands, and it gets lit up by the headlights of passing cars. More
Allen Jack + Cottier's proposal for a new fish market in Sydney, recently named Future Project of the Year, aimed to "regenerate a whole section of the city", according to architect Michael Heenan. More
Anish Kapoor has transformed a room into a bright red landscape in his first solo exhibition at the Parque de la Memoria in Argentina. The installation, entitled Destierro, comprised of 100 tonnes of earth sprayed with red pigment and a blue painted tractor. The installation explores the displacement of the victims of the military regime that ruled Argentina from 1976-1983 and the "new geography" created by the international refugee crisis.
The Chinese rice farm that was recently named World Landscape of the Year is designed to teach people about traditional agriculture, according to Stanley Lung of landscape architecture firm Turenscape. More
In this exclusive movie, Pan Yi-Cheng of Produce Workshop explains how his team used fabric-stitching techniques to create the plywood pavilion that was named World Interior of the Year last month. More
This week's instalment of our Dezeen x MINI Living video series explores an algae-producing pavilion by research lab Space10, which demonstrates how buildings could help feed urban populations sustainably in the future. More
This award-winning prototype house developed for a Chinese village destroyed by earthquake could protect millions of people around the world, claims architecture professor Edward Ng in this movie Dezeen filmed at World Architecture Festival 2017. More
This captioned movie features the venue for Dezeen's Good Design for a Bad World talks at Dutch Design Week – a pavilion designed by Bureau SLA and Overtreders W, which was built using only borrowed and recycled materials. More