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Dezeen Mail: London Design Festival special 0

Dezeen Mail: London Design  Festival special

Our special issue of Dezeen Mail for the London Design Festival includes our free map of all the events taking place around the city, which has already been viewed by 35,000 people, plus details of the installations we commissioned in Seven Dials, the Dez

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Seven Designers for Seven Dials: aerial installations curated by Dezeen 0

Seven Designers for Seven Dials:  aerial installations curated by Dezeen

Seven aerial installations by young designers Faye Toogood, Vic Lee, Paul Cocksedge, Philippe Malouin, Aberrant Architecture, Gitta Gschwendtner and Dominic Wilcox will be installed above the streets of Seven Dials in London during the London Design Festi

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Five years ago… 0

Five years ago…

Museums, galleries, exhibitions and installations were in the news this week five years ago, as Coop Himmelb(l)au’s extension to the Akron Art Museum opened in Ohio (above) and the winner of a competition to design a museum dedicated to the ice age 

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One year ago… 0

One year ago…

  One year ago a lot of architecture and design seemed to be centred around love and sex, as we featured a coin-operated wedding machine, a mask for clamping mouths together and a couple of architectural installations that resembled pa

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Five years ago… 0

Five years ago…

This time five years ago Dezeen visited Stockholm Furniture Fair for the very first time, where we saw an artificial garden created by designer and guest of honour Konstantin Grcic, as well as installations by up and coming designers at the Greenhouse sho

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The Sequence, a Urban Sculpture by Arne Quinze 0

The Sequence, a Urban Sculpture by Arne Quinze

Arne Quinze is a Belgian artist, well known for his trademark sculptures made out of wooden planks. His installations are built to provoke reaction and to intervene in the daily life of passersby confronted with his sculptures. As I’m living in Bruss

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BOFFO Building Fashion 0

BOFFO Building Fashion

A kickstarter campaign to raise funds ensuring the continuation of the BOFFO Building Fashion venture is underway. BOFFO Building Fashion celebrates cutting edge design through a series of temporary retail installations showcasing the work of an architect

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Dezeen archive: music 0

Dezeen archive: music

Dezeen archive: this week saw a bicycle that allows you to play records on its wheels ride onto Dezeen Platform (top left). Here’s a roundup of all of our stories about music players, musical instruments and sound installations. See all the stories

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STREET WORKS Competition 0

STREET WORKS Competition

STREET WORKS is a competition to create temporary installations that transform under-utilised public spaces into vibrant places. An initiative of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) NSW, STREET WORKS invites you to re-imagine spaces in

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