Delicate glass shelves illuminate Las Vegas boutique by Dan Brunn Architecture

Los Angeles studio Dan Brunn Architecture has designed this Las Vegas boutique with clothes hanging on blackened-steel frames and shoes displayed on glass shelves that light up. Created for Los Angeles fashion brand Road to Awe (RtA), the retail space is among one of the Las Vegas Wynn Resort’s luxury storefronts. Dan Brunn Architecture designed […]

Big slanted window tops renovated Brooklyn townhouse by PRO

Brooklyn architecture studio PRO has overhauled a townhouse in Williamsburg, adding a slanted glass volume on its top-level to double the home’s living space. Peterson Rich Office (PRO) redesigned a 4,000-square-foot (371-square-metre) property in the trendy Brooklyn neighbourhood to create the family residence called Prismatic Bay Townhouse. PRO tore tearing down a large portion of […]

Geodesic dome cabin in New England gets major overhaul by Jess Cooney

Large triangular windows bring daylight into this dome house in western Massachusetts, which has received an extensive makeover by local firm Jess Cooney Interiors. Built in the 1980s, the cabin is located on a lakefront site in Becket, a town in the pastoral Berkshires region. The house takes the form of a geodesic dome – […]

Wearable Opioid Antidote Device automatically reverses overdoses

Researchers at Purdue University have designed a wearable device that can detect an opioid overdose and trigger the release of an antidote. The Wearable Opioid Antidote Device comprises a sticker-like sensor on the chest to measure the user’s ECG, or heart rate, and a magnetic-field generator strapped to the arm, as well as a capsule […]

Magdalena Keck fuses Japanese and Danish design in Upstate New York home

New York interior designer Magdalena Keck has outfitted a holiday home in a Catskill Mountains development to create a “harmony” between Japanese minimalism, mid-century design and American crafts. Created as a weekend getaway for a family that lives in New York City, the 3,000-square-foot (278-square-metre) house is set between woods and a meadow, and complete […]

Black Rock City is designed to “sprout out of nothing”, says Burning Man co-founder Will Roger

Burning Man co-founder Will Roger has spent the last 14 years capturing the festival in aerial photographs. As a book of his images is released, he spoke to Dezeen about how they created a pop-up city in the desert. Compass of the Ephemeral: Aerial Photography of Black Rock City through the Lens of Will Roger, […]

“What bothers many people is the sense of an alien culture”

The outrage over New York’s Hudson Yards is not really about ugly glass towers or bad urbanism – although it features both – but an unspoken disquiet that foreign ideas have overtaken a chunk of Manhattan, argues Aaron Betsky. What is wrong with glass skyscrapers? New York mayor Bill de Blasio, who is now running […]

Studio Gang completes chiselled Solar Carve Tower on New York’s High Line

These new photos capture the jagged glass tower that US firm Studio Gang has designed on the High Line park in New York’s Meatpacking district. Photograph by Nic Lehoux Construction work has now completed on the glass office building located at 40 Tenth Avenue, between the popular elevated park and the Hudson River. Photograph by […]

LOHA tops MLK1101 housing for Los Angeles’ homeless with sloped green roof

Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects has built social housing in Los Angeles featuring a green roof, herb garden, a community centre and retail spaces to foster wellness and community for those in need. Called MLK1101, the project accommodates affordable housing and a community centre in South Los Angeles, California. It comprises a four-storey building and a smaller […]

Morphosis unveils Korean American National Museum for Los Angeles

Architecture firm Morphosis has unveiled its design for a sculptural, plant-covered museum in Los Angeles dedicated to the cultural heritage of Koreans living in America. The Korean American National Museum will be built on the corner of 6th Street and Vermont Avenue in the city’s Koreatown, and focus on preserving, studying and presenting Korean-American culture. […]

Samsung launches Galaxy Note10 to offer better experience for video editors and designers

Samsung has unveiled the latest version of its Galaxy smartphone series featuring an updated slim, cinematic form and stylus pen better suited to creating and editing content. Revealed today at the Galaxy Unpacked event in New York City, the Samsung smartphone is the narrowest version of the Galaxy Note series. Samsung has launched two different […]

Photos reveal first glimpse of Kanye West’s domed housing for the homeless

The first images of Kanye West’s prototype housing for the homeless have been revealed, as the musician faces an order to tear down the structures following complaints over construction noise. One photo, captured by tabloid news site TMZ, shows a series of incomplete structures at West’s sprawling home in Calabasas Hills, California. Another aerial shot, published by […]

Barns and ranches inform Signal’s design of Experience Center in Oregon state park

Seattle firm Signal Architecture + Research has completed a small education and events centre, clad in metal and wood, within the “rugged and fragile landscape” of a protected area in northern Oregon. The Experience Center is part of Cottonwood Canyon State Park, which encompasses over 8,000 acres (3,237 hectares), making it one of Oregon’s largest […]

House of Marley’s wireless earbuds are made from recycled materials and bamboo

Music electronics brand House of Marley has created a pair of bamboo and recycled plastic earbuds as an “eco-conscious alternative” to plastic headphones. The Liberate Air wireless earbuds by House of Marley are made from a variety of sustainable materials such as aluminium, bamboo and a wood fibre composite made from sawdust, as well as […]

Studio O+A designs Slack Headquarters in San Francisco to allude to hiking along the Pacific Coast

Deserts, forests and mountain peaks inspired the design of tech company Slack‘s 10-storey office in San Francisco, which is meant to embody “the similarities between hiking a wilderness trail and working”. The Slack Headquarters is located within a 16-year-old building in the downtown district, near gleaming new skyscrapers such as the Salesforce Tower by Pelli […]

Mork-Ulnes uses Corten steel to protect Triple Barn residence in California from wildfires

Weathering steel, concrete and glass were used to form this asymmetrical dwelling by Mork-Ulnes Architects that is nudged into a hillside overlooking a verdant, rolling valley in northern California’s Sonoma County Mork-Ulnes Architects – which has offices in San Francisco and Oslo – was charged with creating a home that not only met the clients’ […]

Olson Kundig creates wooden home on Washington archipelago for art collector

Seattle architecture firm Olson Kundig included pivoting doors and sliding shutters in this waterfront home in the Pacific Northwest, designed for a resident with a large art collection. False Bay House is nestled in a quiet bay in the San Juan Islands, an archipelago of Washington state that is near to Victoria city in British […]

Los Angeles firehouse becomes boutique hotel fronted by red garage doors

A new boutique accommodation, envisioned as a “dreamy mix of the elegant and bizarre”, has opened up inside a 1970s firehouse in Los Angeles. The property marks the first boutique hotel in the city’s up-and-coming Arts District, and is aptly named the Arts District Firehouse Hotel. The property is housed in an old firehouse, which […]

Forensic Architecture “delighted” as Whitney vice chair resigns over tear-gas protests

Research design studio Forensic Architecture has expressed delight at the resignation of New York’s Whitney Museum vice chairman Warren Kanders, following months of protests regarding his ties to tear gas used against migrants at the US-Mexico border. Kanders’ resignation on 25 July has incited a positive reaction from the community of artists and advocates who […]

MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple’s Horizon retreat for creatives tops Utah’s Powder Mountain

Canadian studio MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple has staggered cedar-clad chalets on Utah‘s Powder Mountain to form this retreat for creative entrepreneurs. Perched at an elevation of 9,000 feet (2,743 metres), Horizon is a new development located atop a popular ski resort destination in the midwestern United States. Canadian architecture studio MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple has completed the first phase […]

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