SILO creates Steel Louise house for Charlotte neighbourhood with "dramatic contradictions"
US studio SILO has created a sculptural, metal-clad home in North Carolina for one of its principals that is meant to break away from the "suburban-type" development emerging in its historic setting. Read more
Dezeen Agenda features Migaloo's giant luxury submarine
The latest edition of our weekly Dezeen Agenda newsletter features Migaloo's design for a submersible superyacht. Subscribe to Dezeen Agenda now. Read more
Rest + Reset Before You Jet-Set at LaGuardia Airport’s New Lounge
There’s a very convincing reason why you should start arriving two hours before your flight, especially if you’re flying out of New York’s LaGuardia Airport. Chase recently unveiled its new addition to the airport’s offerings: The Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club, a two-floor lounge spanning 21,800 square feet that offers Chase Sapphire Reserve cardmembers an ultra-luxurious experience that makes your airport time feel like a destination.
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Zaventem Ateliers recreates furniture collection in cardboard after customs delays
Belgian design collective Zaventem Ateliers has recreated a full furniture show in cardboard after the majority of the pieces it was to show at a Mexico City exhibition were stalled in transit from Europe. Read more
Kumu chair by Pekka Koivikko for Nikari
Dezeen Showroom: Finnish brand Nikari collaborated with designer Pekka Koivikko on a stackable chair made from solid birch that is designed to be painted. Read more
The Aesthete, Issue 6: Beauty In Symmetry
In this week’s giggle-packed edition of The Aesthete, we’re tiptoeing through the perfectly aligned world of symmetry in interior spaces—because who doesn’t love a bit of order with their chaos? We’ve also snagged a sneak peek at a dining chair so unconventional it might just start its own rebellion at the dinner table, plus kitchen stools that are so quirky, your morning coffee might just spit itself out in surprise. And, hold onto your tablecloths, because we’re unveiling a coaster set that’s
Frontier acoustic ceiling and wall system by Autex Acoustics
Dezeen Showroom: British acoustic treatment brand Autex Acoustics has developed an acoustic ceiling and wall system designed to absorb sound in busy open-plan spaces. Read more
"Fried-egg" canopy tops Sunny Side Up extension by THISS Studio
Architecture practice THISS Studio has reconfigured the dark interior of an interwar house in east London, adding an extension characterised by timber joinery and a curved aluminium roof. Read more
Mies van der Rohe Award reveals finalists for 2024
The seven finalists for this year's edition of the Mies van der Rohe Award have been revealed and include a Czech art gallery, an urban space in southern Sweden and a copper-clad convent in France. Read more
Stockholm Furniture Fair "created a testbed for new ideas"
With trade shows falling on hard times, this year Stockholm Furniture Fair set itself on a new path. Dezeen editorial director Max Fraser explores whether other fairs can learn from the Swedes' approach. Read more
Tech designers "forgot new ideas" after iPhone says Nothing's Adam Bates
London-based start-up Nothing is trying to upend the consumer-tech industry. In this interview, the company's design director, Adam Bates, discusses how. Read more
"The state of Britain's ageing homes has become a national shame"
It's crucial that whoever wins the upcoming general election prioritises fixing the UK's energy-inefficient housing, but the message doesn't seem to be getting through to our political leaders, writes RIBA president Muyiwa Oki. Read more
Bobby Berk, Faye Toogood and Gaetano Pesce announced as judges for Dezeen Awards 2024
The first five judges for Dezeen Awards 2024 have been announced and include interior designer Bobby Berk, designers Faye Toogood and Giles Tettey Nartey, alongside architects Gaetano Pesce and Suchi Reddy. Read more
Five US-based architecture and design events from Dezeen Events Guide
Crafting Modernity: Design in Latin America, 1940–1980 and Theaster Gates: Wonder Working Power are among the current and upcoming architecture and design events taking place in the US that are featured in Dezeen Events Guide. Read more
Tariq Khayyat Design Partners wraps Dubai housing complex around public plaza
Vertical louvres adorn the facades of The H Residence, a mixed-use housing complex completed by architecture studio Tariq Khayyat Design Partners in Dubai. Read more
Brasserie des Pres draws on the vibrant history of Paris's Latin Quarter
The storied location of this brasserie in Paris inspired interior studio B3 Designers to fill the restaurant with tasselled chairs, disco balls and other flamboyant decor. Read more
Gallery Fumi combines "refined with the quirky" for US exhibit debut in LA
Cardboard furniture by Max Lamb and an oversized screen in the shape of "a curled up woman" by artist Saelia Aparicio are among the works displayed at a Gallery Fumi exhibition that coincides with the Frieze LA art fair in Los Angeles. Read more
Malvina Zayat perches House in the Clouds on hilly site in Argentina
Argentinian architect Malvina Zayat has completed a white home for herself and her family that is lifted above a sloped site and enters into "an intimate dialogue with the sky and clouds". Read more
Eight products and furnishings informed by the natural properties of stone
As Dezeen completes its editorial series on the role of stone in architecture, we've rounded up eight pieces listed on Dezeen Showroom that demonstrate how the material is used in interior design. Read more
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