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.
Matthias Kohler of Gramazio Kohler wraps up the first day of talks at World Architecture Festival 2017 in Berlin with his talk about the effect of robotics on the architecture and construction industries. More
This captioned movie created for our Dezeen x MINI Living series features the duct-shaped pavilion PUP Architects designed for the roof of an east London warehouse to challenge the local planning authority's stance on rooftop dwellings. More
Our latest Dezeen x MINI Living video explores a proposal for an environmentally friendly underwater city, which Japanese engineering firm Shimizu Corporation claims could be a reality by 2030. More
This captioned movie shows the heat-shrinking method developed by RCA graduate Micaella Pedros, which allows her to join wooden furniture together using recycled plastic bottles. More
Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde recently brought his Waterlicht installation to the UK. This captioned movie shows how it uses lighting projections to recreate the visual sensation of a flood, to raise awareness about rising sea levels. More
This captioned movie features an installation by Munich-based artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski. Called Ada, it features a huge helium balloon covered in charcoal spikes, which create patterns on the surrounding white walls. More
Aram Store director Daniel Aram, and Kyoko Inoda and Niels Sveje of Milanese design duo Inoda+Sveje discussed the crossover between Japanese and Danish design in this discussion hosted by Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs. More
This captioned movie shows how a team from the University of Hong Kong's architecture faculty created a pavilion from 3D-printed bricks, to show the potential of this technology in architectural production. More one-minute movies ›