By Dan Howarth
Dezeen promotion: contemporary architecture and design magazine Azure has revealed the five-strong international jury that will decide the winners of the 2015 AZ Awards, including designer Philippe Malouin. (more…)
By Ross Bryant
Following the opening of an exhibition showcasing conceptual and completed buildings by BIG, we’ve collected together the best projects by Bjarke Ingels’ firm from the pages of Dezeen and pinned them to a new Pinterest board.
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell has nominated 10 Frank Lloyd Wright buildings to be added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. If approved in 2016, the group that includes Fallingwater, Taliesin West, and Unity Temple will be the first modern American architecture to be designated.
We know that some of you have very…err…strong opinions about painting wood furniture, but the owners of these dramatic before and after projects might disagree with all you naysayers. Especially on damaged or cheap wood, a coat or two of paint is an easy, cost-effective and super-cute strategy to refresh tired pieces. Watch me prove it seven times.
Location: Atlantic Beach, Florida
This mid-fifties, concrete-block cottage is located in a walkable, beachside neighborhood of eclectic homes in Northeast Florida. Its 900-square feet pack in lots of character: beamed ceilings, a painted brick fireplace, and plenty of built-in shelving.
A lot of the kitchens we feature on this site are dramatic and beautiful and… well, huge. So today we’ve rounded up a selection of kitchens that are on the smaller side (some on the really small side) to inspire those of you who want a beautiful room for cooking, but don’t have infinite space.
Oscar winner (and winner of our teen hearts) Jared Leto has a peculiar new Los Angeles pad. Built in the ’40s, the expansive compound used to be a military film studio. It’s tank-free now, but does boast 12 bathrooms (one with an aquamarine bidet), a screening room with a tub, and a lagoon pool.