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  • CTA uses screens and skylights to draw light into narrow Vietnamese home
    by Jon Astbury on January 31, 2023 at 11:30 AM

    Folding glass doors and perforated metal screens allow for the mediation of light, ventilation, and noise at the J House in Bien Hoa, Vietnam, designed by local studio CTA. CTA, short for Creative Architects, was approached by a teacher who had purchased a narrow plot measuring four by 24 metres and wanted to create a The post CTA uses screens and skylights to draw light into narrow Vietnamese home appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Adjaye Associates, UNStudio and Morphosis named among architects working on The Line
    by Tom Ravenscroft on January 31, 2023 at 11:15 AM

    International architecture studios including Adjaye Associates, UNStudio, Morphosis, Studio Fuksas and Coop Himmelb(l)au have been named in a Riyadh exhibition as working on The Line megacity in Saudi Arabia. Currently under construction in Saudi Arabia, the 170-kilometre-long megacity is being designed by numerous international studios, with each practice reportedly working on a 500-metre section. Coop The post Adjaye Associates, UNStudio and Morphosis named among architects working on The Line appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Dezeen's top five houses of January 2023
    by Lizzie Crook on January 31, 2023 at 11:00 AM

    From a Japanese residence with a cartoonish facade to a pared-back villa in coastal Italy, here are Dezeen's top five houses of the month for January. A tiled home by Mecanoo, a minimalist forest retreat and an inconspicuous concrete dwelling also feature on the list, which compiles Dezeen readers' favourite houses published this month. This The post Dezeen's top five houses of January 2023 appeared first on Dezeen.

  • "Despite the media buzz, 'Femtech' is still struggling to find equality"
    by Mariel Brown on January 31, 2023 at 10:50 AM

    This year's CES demonstrated why so-called "Femtech" still has a long way to go to get the recognition it deserves, writes Seymourpowell's Mariel Brown. My first trip to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in 2013 felt like I had gate-crashed the boys' club. I was one of the only women at the fair who was The post "Despite the media buzz, 'Femtech' is still struggling to find equality" appeared first on Dezeen.

  • NeueHouse opens third members' club in Los Angeles
    by Francesca Tesler on January 31, 2023 at 10:45 AM

    Workspace brand NeueHouse has opened a work and social space in Venice Beach, Los Angeles, which is revealed in this video created for the brand by Dezeen. The club is the third community and co-working space that the brand has opened in Los Angeles, California, with other locations in Hollywood and in Downtown's historic Bradbury The post NeueHouse opens third members' club in Los Angeles appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Zero Lighting and Note Design Studio add three lamp designs to Sprinkle collection
    by Dezeen staff on January 31, 2023 at 10:30 AM

    Dezeen Showroom: Lighting brand Zero Lighting and Swedish design firm Note Design Studio have expanded the Sprinkle lighting collection, adding three new formats based on the original lamp. The newly added Sprinkle floor lamp, outdoor bollard and linear pendant light all share the original pendant lamp's recognisable design, which is characterised by a slatted shade made The post Zero Lighting and Note Design Studio add three lamp designs to Sprinkle collection appeared first on Dezeen.

  • MIT study finds huge carbon cost to self-driving cars
    by Rima Sabina Aouf on January 31, 2023 at 10:00 AM

    The widespread adoption of self-driving cars will create a major bump in carbon emissions without changes to their design, a study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has found. The study found that with a mass global takeup of autonomous vehicles, the powerful onboard computers needed to run them could generate as many greenhouse gas The post MIT study finds huge carbon cost to self-driving cars appeared first on Dezeen.

  • A8000 wraps stepped Czech pavilion in translucent skin
    by Alice Laycock on January 31, 2023 at 9:30 AM

    Czech architecture studio A8000 has renovated a stepped pavilion in the Czech Republic adding a partially glazed facade and a versatile black-and-white interior. A8000 restored the original proportions of Pavilion Z, which is located in the city of České Budějovice, to create a versatile space suitable for a wide range of events, from farming rallies The post A8000 wraps stepped Czech pavilion in translucent skin appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Dezeen Events Guide launches digital guide to Stockholm Design Week 2023
    by Sophie Chapman on January 31, 2023 at 9:00 AM

    Dezeen has launched its digital guide to Stockholm Design Week, which takes place from 6 to 12 February 2023. This year celebrates Stockholm Design Week's 21st year, with more than 400 events taking place across the city. The guide includes the key events taking place across the festival, including exhibitions, open showrooms and networking events. The post Dezeen Events Guide launches digital guide to Stockholm Design Week 2023 appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Ten fabrics and soft furnishings with textural interest on Dezeen Showroom
    by Alice Laycock on January 31, 2023 at 8:00 AM

    Dezeen Showroom: from upholstery material and wall hangings to rugs and bedding, we've rounded up 10 textile products on Dezeen Showroom that add texture to interiors and outdoor spaces. The selection includes handmade fabrics created by crocheting, knitting and weaving, and textiles made from recycled or reclaimed materials. Soft furnishings featured in the roundup include The post Ten fabrics and soft furnishings with textural interest on Dezeen Showroom appeared first on Dezeen.