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  • Hølte opens Hackney design studio for customising IKEA kitchens
    by Amy Frearson on August 16, 2019 at 2:00 PM

    Hølte, a company that offers bespoke fronts for IKEA kitchens, has unveiled a new design studio and showroom in London's Hackney. Studio founders Tom and Fi Ginnett have combined bold colours and geometric forms with simple, well-crafted details in the interior of their new workspace, located on Broadway Market in east London. It showcases Hølte's The post Hølte opens Hackney design studio for customising IKEA kitchens appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • SKNYPL designs inflatable rooftop garden for busy Seoul street
    by Lizzie Crook on August 16, 2019 at 11:32 AM

    New Korean Garden is an "Instagrammable" meeting and events space proposed for a rooftop in Seoul, South Korea, which is made from turquoise, pebble-like inflatables. Designed by Moscow studio SKNYPL, it is envisaged as a contemporary interpretation of a traditional Korean garden, within which simplicity and nature are typically key, and rock arrangements are considered The post SKNYPL designs inflatable rooftop garden for busy Seoul street appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Stufish models the Chimelong Theatre in China on traditional circus tents
    by Lizzie Crook on August 16, 2019 at 10:30 AM

    An undulating golden facade wraps around the 6,700-seat Chimelong Theatre on Hengqin Island in China, which Stufish has designed to evoke the form of traditional circus tents. Located south of Macau, the giant circus theatre was built by entertainment architecture studio Stufish to replace the Chimelong Hengqin International Circus City that was irreparably damaged by The post Stufish models the Chimelong Theatre in China on traditional circus tents appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • "I don't want to be seen as the guy that just slaps a bit of colour on" says Yinka Ilori
    by Amy Frearson on August 16, 2019 at 10:00 AM

    Yinka Ilori's bold, colourful style can be seen all over London this summer, but the designer tells Dezeen there's a lot more to him than bright graphics. London-based Ilori, 32, made a name for himself with his characterful chairs, which he creates by upcycling various pieces of unwanted old furniture, and adding colours and textiles The post "I don't want to be seen as the guy that just slaps a bit of colour on" says Yinka Ilori appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Rodić Davidson merges two 19th-century art studios to create home in London's Chelsea
    by Amy Frearson on August 16, 2019 at 9:00 AM

    Rodić Davidson Architects has transformed a pair of artists' studios that may once have belonged to JMW Turner into a lofty family home in London filled with eclectic furniture and striking artworks. The property is located in London's Chelsea, on a street where many celebrated artists took up residence in the 19th century, when rents The post Rodić Davidson merges two 19th-century art studios to create home in London's Chelsea appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Five design-focused delis with delectable interiors
    by Natasha Levy on August 16, 2019 at 8:00 AM

    Delicatessens might simply be places to pick up provisions, but architects and designers are increasingly completing them with striking interiors. Dezeen has picked out five of the best. Ranging from a store in London with minimalist concrete display stands and another in Melbourne with salami-like counters, check out the full selection below: Natoora, UK, by The post Five design-focused delis with delectable interiors appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • LARQ water bottle self-cleans using UV light
    by Rima Sabina Aouf on August 16, 2019 at 6:00 AM

    The minimalist LARQ bottle cleans itself using UV light, for people troubled by the hygiene of tricky-to-wash reusable water bottles. The LARQ bottle contains an LED in its lid that transmits UV-C light in the 280-nanometre range — the same as is used to sterilise surfaces in hospitals. According to LARQ, at this wavelength, the light The post LARQ water bottle self-cleans using UV light appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Children's scribbles inform terracotta school by Samira Rathod Design Associates
    by Jon Astbury on August 16, 2019 at 4:00 AM

    Samira Rathod Design Associates have completed a terracotta school building in Gujarat, India with lopsided vaulted roofs that take their shape from a child's doodles. Called the School of Dancing Arches, the buildings sit surrounded by tobacco fields near the town of Bhadran in the Indian state of Gujarat. The school was conceived as a The post Children's scribbles inform terracotta school by Samira Rathod Design Associates appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Whooshh Passage Portal uses AI to shoot fish through a tube over dams
    by India Block on August 15, 2019 at 7:00 PM

    Fish with migration paths blocked by a dam can be shot over the top via the Whooshh Passage Portal technology after being sorted by artificial intelligence. Whooshh Innovations is a Seattle-based company that is developing better technology to help fish migrate over dams. The Whooshh Passage Portal is their latest all-in-one system for fish passage. The post Whooshh Passage Portal uses AI to shoot fish through a tube over dams appeared first on Dezeen. […]

  • Dezeen Weekly features photomontages combining Iranian archaeological sites with contemporary buildings
    by Karen Anderson on August 15, 2019 at 6:00 PM

    The latest edition of Dezeen Weekly includes Zaha Hadid Architects' new airport terminal building in Beijing and photomontages that combine archaeological sites in Iran with contemporary buildings. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly › The post Dezeen Weekly features photomontages combining Iranian archaeological sites with contemporary buildings appeared first on Dezeen. […]

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