Design archive for 2014-04-05

National Arboretum in Canberra boasts pointed pavilion and curvy visitor centre

(4 years ago)
A pavilion with a spiked roof by Australian firm Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects rises above the landscaped site of the new National Arboretum on the outskirts of the Australian capital, Canberra (+ slideshow). (more...)

Note Design Studio creates Plateau storage unit to keep the hallway tidy

(4 years ago)
Milan 2014: steel tubes slot into an oak base to create this clothes rack by Swedish firm Note Design Studio, which will debut in Milan. (more...)

"I thought there was something missing in watch design"

(4 years ago)
Dezeen Watch Store: a chance meeting with an Englishman wearing a customised Rolex led Filip Tysander to launch Daniel Wellington, which is now one of Dezeen Watch Store's most popular brands. The watch store team caught up with the Swedish entrepreneur at the BaselWorld watch fair earlier this week. Read the interview on the Dezeen Watch Store blog »

Gubi to launch GamFratesi designs at Palazzo Litta in Milan

(4 years ago)
Milan 2014: Danish brand Gubi will be launching a side table and updates of existing stool and chair designs by Copenhagen studio GamFratesi at the Urban Stories exhibition during Milan design week. (more...)

Branch Studio Architects adds timber-clad extension to Australian school library

(4 years ago)
This wooden extension to a school library near Melbourne, by local firm Branch Studio Architects, creates a reading lounge and balcony nestled among the branches of surrounding trees (+ slideshow). (more...)

Fade bathroom collection by John Astbury and Kyuhyung Cho

(4 years ago)
Milan 2014: Stockholm duo John Astbury and Kyuhyung Cho have designed a collection of vessels and furniture for the bathroom with softly rounded edges. (more...)

This week on Dezeen

(4 years ago)
Previews of products for Milan's design week have dominated our design coverage over the last seven days, including furniture and lighting collections by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Daniel Libeskind, and Richard Hutten. Read on for more architecture and design news, plus our Dezeen Music Project featured track. (more...)




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