Design archive for 2015-01-26

11 of the most heavenly chapels on Dezeen

(3 years ago)
Following the popularity of two recently published chapels, we've collected together 11 stunning structures designed as places for reflection, prayer and worship (+ slideshow). (more…)

Competition: five SQM The Quantified Home books to be won

(3 years ago)
Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with Lars Müller Publishers to give readers a chance to win one of five books presenting curator Joseph Grima's research into changing ideas of "home". (more…)

A Simple Beach House in Hayling Island, UK

(3 years ago)
A small, yet charming, beach house that floats above sea level with an open floor plan that extends to the outdoors.

Foster's London towers to feature one bike parking space per bedroom

(3 years ago)
News: a twin-towered residential development by Foster + Partners is set to become the most cycle-friendly skyscraper in London, with one bike parking space per bedroom. (more…)

Concrete tower by Bechter Zaffignani houses a control centre for an Austrian power station

(3 years ago)
A block appears to have been pushed out from the middle of this concrete tower by Bechter Zaffignani Architekten, which accommodates a control centre for a power station in western Austria (+ slideshow). (more…)

Dezeen Jobs: latest jobs update

(3 years ago)
See the latest from our recruitment site Dezeen Jobs, including positions with OMA, Heatherwick Studio and Pininfarina Extra, whose two-seater concept vehicle without a windshield is pictured. This is also the last chance to apply for roles with Studio Toogood, Ron Arad Architects, Duggan Morris Architects and more... (more…)

I29's Wooden Wall Turns Historic Department Store Tower Into Artists' Residence

(3 years ago)
Dutch artist Maarten Baas will be the first resident of this studio with a spiral staircase, created by interior architects i29 on top of the De Bijenkorf department store in Amsterdam (+ slideshow). (more…)

Pitsou Kedem's House of Parties combines family life with entertaining

(3 years ago)
Two intersecting volumes create this house of two parts by Israeli architect Pitsou Kedem – one side is dedicated to family life while the other is an entertainment area featuring a six-metre-tall wine cooler (+ slideshow). (more…)


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