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  • Vario downdraft ventilation 400 series by Gaggenau
    by Dezeen staff on October 6, 2022 at 1:00 PM

    Dezeen Showroom: promising quiet and effective removal of cooking smells, Gaggenau's Vario downdraft ventilation sits flush with the cooktop. Designed to be used alongside any of the Vario 400 series of cooktops, the Vario downdraft ventilation removes odours and vapour on either manual or automatic settings. "Its 15.5-centimetre-wide aperture, range of powerful fan units and The post Vario downdraft ventilation 400 series by Gaggenau appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Chybik + Kristof creates aluminium research centre to "realise new spatial possibilities" of modular architecture
    by James Parkes on October 6, 2022 at 10:30 AM

    Architecture studio Chybik + Kristof has completed the angular Modular Research Centre in the Czech Republic, which is constructed from aluminium and aims to reframe ideas behind prefabricated construction. Located in Vizovice, the building sits on the edge of the headquarters of Koma Modular, a modular construction specialist with which it developed the project. The The post Chybik + Kristof creates aluminium research centre to "realise new spatial possibilities" of modular architecture appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Stacked volumes form Ferring Pharmaceuticals HQ by Foster + Partners
    by Cajsa Carlson on October 6, 2022 at 10:15 AM

    British architecture studio Foster + Partners has created a stacked glass building with a cantilevered roof for the headquarters of Ferring Pharmaceuticals in Denmark. The six-storey triangular building is located on the waterfront by the Øresund crossing north of Copenhagen and sits on a large plinth that was designed to provide flood defence. Foster + The post Stacked volumes form Ferring Pharmaceuticals HQ by Foster + Partners appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Henley Halebrown completes "hybrid building" in Hackney with red concrete loggia
    by Jon Astbury on October 6, 2022 at 10:00 AM

    London studio Henley Halebrown has used a palette of reddish-brown concrete and bricks to visually tie together a school and housing in this mixed-use scheme in Hackney, which is one of six projects shortlisted for this year's RIBA Stirling Prize. Located on the busy Kingsland Road at the edge of the De Beauvoir conservation area, The post Henley Halebrown completes "hybrid building" in Hackney with red concrete loggia appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Tosin Oshinowo and India Mahdavi are among judges to decide Dezeen Awards 2022 winners
    by Elisa Barkan on October 6, 2022 at 9:30 AM

    Nineteen leading architects and designers met last week in a final round of judging to decide the winners of the Dezeen Awards 2022, ahead of the Dezeen Awards winners' party in London next month. The Dezeen Awards master jury took place at hotel One Hundred Shoreditch in London and included architects and interior designers Tosin The post Tosin Oshinowo and India Mahdavi are among judges to decide Dezeen Awards 2022 winners appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Carl Emil Jacobsen creates sculptural installation coloured by pigments made from found materials
    by Nicole Rambla on October 6, 2022 at 9:15 AM

    Artist and designer Carl Emil Jacobsen has created a large-scale sculpture made from pigmented found materials, which is highlighted as part of our Dezeen x The Mindcraft project 2022 collaboration. Titled Poly Powder (Lip Tub), the sculptural installation is one of 10 Danish designs presented in The Mindcraft Project exhibition. Poly Powder, which is part The post Carl Emil Jacobsen creates sculptural installation coloured by pigments made from found materials appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Jeanne Gang named recipient of Le Prix Charlotte Perriand 2023 by CDA
    by Lizzie Crook on October 6, 2022 at 9:09 AM

    American architect Jeanne Gang has been named the second-ever winner of the Le Prix Charlotte Perriand prize, bestowed by the Créateurs Design Association & Awards. Gang, who directs the architecture firm Studio Gang, was chosen in recognition of her design for Aqua Tower, the tallest woman-designed building in the world at the time of its The post Jeanne Gang named recipient of Le Prix Charlotte Perriand 2023 by CDA appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Atelier Dalziel creates mini forest of more than 30 edible plants
    by Amy Frearson on October 6, 2022 at 9:00 AM

    Edible plants were grown in a huge straw and clay sphere for Multispecies Neighbourhoods, an installation at the Oslo Architecture Triennale by local studio Atelier Dalziel. The installation is a scale model of a "food forest" filled with more than 30 different edible plants. The project intended to show how urban neighbourhoods could be more biodiverse, The post Atelier Dalziel creates mini forest of more than 30 edible plants appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Venice floodwaters inform two-tone interior of Warsaw bar Va Bene Cicchetti
    by Ali Morris on October 6, 2022 at 8:00 AM

    Sea green floors and skirting tiles are contrasted against the all-red interior of this bar in Warsaw, Poland, which local studio Noke Architects has designed to recall the high waters of Venice. Billed as Poland's first cicchetti bar – an Italian bar selling drinks alongside small plates of food – Va Bene Cicchetti is located The post Venice floodwaters inform two-tone interior of Warsaw bar Va Bene Cicchetti appeared first on Dezeen.

  • Design world needs more graduate designers says Barber Osgerby in talk with Fredericia
    by Francesca Tesler on October 6, 2022 at 7:00 AM

    Furniture designers are in high demand, said British design duo Barber Osgerby at a talk hosted by Dezeen in collaboration with Danish design company Fredericia during London Design Festival. "One thing that we've noticed recently is that there is a scarcity of industrial and furniture designers," said designer Jay Osgerby, co-founder of Barber Osgerby. He The post Design world needs more graduate designers says Barber Osgerby in talk with Fredericia appeared first on Dezeen.