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Hadi Teherani designs Middle East-inspired bathroom under a cupola for Axor

May 24, 2022 Dezeen staff 0

Promotion: architect Hadi Teherani has designed a bathroom concept for Axor based on Middle Eastern bathhouses, imagining the room as a place of retreat and holistic cleansing. Teherani designed the concept as part of Axor’s Distinctive project, which presents bathroom ideas from renowned architects as a way of exploring the trend of individualisation. Teherani was

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Five architecture and design courses at Monash University

May 24, 2022 Amy Peacock 0
3D streetscape render by bachelor or architecture student at Monash University

Dezeen Courses: interested in studying a design-related discipline at one of Australia’s top universities? Check out five courses available at Monash University, including degrees in architecture, planning and design. Monash University is based in Melbourne, Victoria, and is part of Australia’s Group of Eight, the country’s top research-intensive universities. This selection of courses includes undergraduate

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The Interior Design School presents seven student projects

May 18, 2022 Dezeen staff 0
Render of an open plan kitchen and dining space with black and white tiling

Dezeen School Shows: a co-living space for healthcare workers and a student housing project that acknowledges the importance of mental health are included in Dezeen’s latest school show by students at The Interior Design School. Also included is a residential project designed to be accessible to an ageing population and a co-working space within a

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Galerie Philia presents design exhibition informed by Le Corbusier at Cité Radieuse

May 16, 2022 Jane Englefield 0
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Galerie Philia has unveiled Héritages, an exhibition at the Le Corbusier-designed Cité Radieuse building featuring work by designers such as Rick Owens that respond to the Swiss-French architect’s theories of modernism. Héritages presents work by eight international designers and seven visual artists that reference the modernist theories pioneered by Le Corbusier, whose designs are known for

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A’ Design Awards And Competition – The Winners

May 15, 2022 Erin 0

contemporist has partnered with A’ Design Award and Competition to bring you this editorial feature A’ Design Award & Competition is the Worlds’ leading design accolade reaching design enthusiasts in over 114 countries. The Laureates of the A’ Design Award & Competition get fame, prestige, recognition, credibility, publicity and international awareness, in addition to a […]

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SFMOMA exhibition explores the architectural provocations of Neri Oxman

May 13, 2022 Rima Sabina Aouf 0
Exterior of SFMOMA with work by Neri Oxman

Melanin-enriched building materials and decomposing pavilions are among the pieces on show in San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition of Neri Oxman’s work, Nature x Humanity. Curator Jennifer Dunlop Fletcher discusses five key works. An architect, designer and pioneering materials researcher who founded The Mediated Matter Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and

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“I use colour as a way of starting a conversation” says designer Yinka Ilori

May 13, 2022 Jane Englefield 0
Yinka Ilori

Architects should collaborate more with artists and designers to inject a sense of fun into their often-serious projects, London designer Yinka Ilori tells Dezeen in this exclusive interview. North London-born Ilori, who recently designed his vibrant new studio with architect Sam Jacob, told Dezeen of his belief in the importance of multidisciplinary creativity. “I want

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