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Swedish punk band Pissjar designs typeface made from their own urine

dezeen.com  -  4 hours ago
Taking inspiration from the "dirty disruption" of punk music, Swedish hardcore band Pissjar have created a typeface made entirely from their own urine.

Recycled baths, TV screens and plastics all feature in Ready Made Go 3 collection

dezeen.com  -  6 hours ago
Michael Marriott, James Shaw and Soft Baroque have favoured recycled materials for Ready Made Go 2017 collection, presented during London Design Festival.

Bak Gordon converts traditional Lisbon house into apartments with private courtyard

dezeen.com  -  12 hours ago
Bak Gordon Arquitectos has renovated a house in Lisbon, converting it into a pair of apartments that share a secluded courtyard garden and swimming pool.

BIG, MVRDV, James Corner and more to tackle Bay Area climate change

dezeen.com  -  14 hours ago
Ten teams of architects and engineers have been chosen to design solutions that will help the San Francisco region combat the effects of climate change.

"The more we build in areas that endanger us, the more we erect defensive systems"

dezeen.com  -  16 hours ago
Disasters are inevitable when we construct cities in harm's way, says Aaron Betsky, who thinks we've designed ourselves into a Catch-22.

"One of those 10-20 buildings per decade that are truly remarkable"

dezeen.com  -  18 hours ago
In this week's comments update, readers lavished praise on Thomas Heatherwick's recently completed Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa.

Toronto's EDIT announces participants for inaugural event

dezeen.com  -  19 hours ago
Daan Roosegaarde, Carlo Ratti and Moritz Waldemeyer, will be among the designers taking part in the first EDIT festival in Toronto.

Francois Perrin installs cooling Air Houses in Chicago conservatory

dezeen.com  -  19 hours ago
Francois Perrin has created a set of structures designed to cool their occupants, and hoisted them above the palms at Chicago's Garfield Park Conservatory

Christopher Jenner updates traditional silverware with contemporary shapes

dezeen.com  -  20 hours ago
London designer Christopher Jenner has teamed up with British heritage brand Elkington and Co to reimagine everyday pieces of silverware.

Off-grid boathouse by Andersson-Wise sits on Lake Austin

dezeen.com  -  21 hours ago
Andersson-Wise has completed a two-storey boathouse in Austin with openings on the upper level that enable occupants to dive directly into the water.

19 designers reinterpret one of Kvadrat's most popular fabrics

dezeen.com  -  a day ago
Kvadrat has invited 19 designers to "rethink the use" of its popular Canvas textile, as part of an exhibition at this year's London Design Festival.

RCA tutor attacks gender bias in architectural education with female-focused reading list

dezeen.com  -  a day ago
RCA tutor Harriet Harriss has listed over 300 notable architectural texts written by women, to shame universities with male-dominated reading lists.

House-shaped opening cuts through Belgian school of architecture by Aires Mateus

dezeen.com  -  a day ago
Aires Mateus has completed a new architecture facility at a university in western Belgium, featuring a huge gabled opening and a double helical staircase.

Anish Kapoor's neighbours "shafted" by approval of studio extension

dezeen.com  -  a day ago
Anish Kapoor has abused his position as part of the "moneyed, connected establishment" to gain permission for light-blocking roof extension to his studio.

Polaroid Originals pays homage to "one of the most iconic cameras ever created"

dezeen.com  -  a day ago
An independent company dedicated to analogue instant photography has rebranded itself as Polaroid Originals, and launched its first new camera.

AAU Anastas stacks robotically cut stone blocks into tower at V&A

dezeen.com  -  a day ago
Robots cut the curvy blocks that make up this stone tower, which architecture studio AAU Anastas have built in the V&A.

Top five architecture and design jobs this week include positions at Heatherwick Studio and SOM

dezeen.com  -  a day ago
Our pick of the best architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs this week include positions with Heatherwicks studio and architecture firm SOM.

Populous updates Lord's cricket stand with fan-shaped roof

dezeen.com  -  a day ago
Splayed wooden ribs support the new gauze-like roof of the Warner stand at Lord's cricket grounds, which was designed by Populous as part of a wider overhaul of the stadium. The update of the Warner stand is the first phase of a 20-year masterplan orchestrated by Marylebone Cricket Club, the owners…

Pentagram creates new visual identity for London Design Festival

dezeen.com  -  a day ago
Pentagram's Dominic Lippa has produced his eleventh consecutive identity for London Design Festival using neon signs.

Tree branches poke through floors of Vo Trong Nghia's Stacked Planters House

dezeen.com  -  2 days ago
Vo Trong Nghia Architects has completed a house in Ho Chi Minh City, featuring a series of stacked concrete slabs punctured by rectangular holes.

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