A reading room with a daybed and porthole window is built into the living room of Pointing House, a one-bedroom apartment in Rome designed by Studio Strato. More
New York’s Museum of Modern Art is exhibiting the “extreme maquettes” of late Congolese sculptor Bodys Isek Kingelez, who modelled futuristic African cities with recycled cardboard, colourful paper and Coca-Cola cans. More
Danish brand Menu has furnished a New York apartment with its range of products, creating a space for the company to launch new collections and hold events. More
Alyn Griffiths | 23 April 2018 | Leave a comment Béres Architects reveals old stone walls in Hungarian guesthouse renovation
Interior designer Natalia Sanchéz wants to make the office feel as cosy as the home. To show how it can be done, she kitted out Copenhagen workspace Nomad with furniture by Danish design brand Muuto. More
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Jean Verville balanced minimalism with theatrics when revamping this apartment in Montreal. The Canadian architect incorporated a “golden ribbon” by threading a full-height panel of brass throughout the home, but restrained the rest of his material palette to concrete and marble.
Natasha Levy | 9 May 2018 | Leave a comment Studio Strato creates cosy reading den in renovated Rome apartment
Architects Tom and James Teatum designed this co-living space in Hammersmith to include informal work and living spaces that they hope will encourage millennials to spend more time at home. More
Black and white living spaces feature in this 1930s Sydney home designed by Australian studio Arent & Pyke, to let the owner’s extensive art collection take centre stage. More
New York studio Fogarty Finger has converted a defunct industrial building in New Jersey into a single-family home, adding a volume on the roof and converting the basement into liveable space. More
New York architect Rafael de Cárdenas has transformed a tired apartment in a 20th-century brownstone into a home for himself, featuring “multiple living rooms of varying moods”. More
Ali Morris | 21 May 2018 | Leave a comment Rafael de Cárdenas renovates rundown Brooklyn brownstone for himself
Restaurants/bars Blocks of grey terrazzo set the tone of muted pizza restaurant in Beijing
Natasha Levy | 23 May 2018 | Leave a comment Family apartment in Kiev blends Japanese and Ukrainian design influences
Retail Ciszak Dalmas integrates materials from fashion label’s accessories into Madrid store
Architecture studio Soda looked to “rigorous” layout of Regency-era squares to create this contemporary co-working space in central London, which features a roof terrace, gym and drinks bar. More
Ali Morris | 8 May 2018 | Leave a comment Radnor curates model apartment at Chipperfield’s The Bryant in New York
Offices Muuto furniture used to make Copenhagen co-working space more homely
Architecture office Deltastudio used a palette of monochrome materials to create light-filled rooms with views of the surrounding countryside at this modernised farmhouse near the Italian town of Caprarola. More
A pop-up restaurant that is built from recycled food packaging and that composts all of its leftovers has been set up at the WantedDesign Manhattan fair. More
Sergey Makhno has overhauled his duplex apartment in Kiev with the intention of creating a “a bridge between Japanese minimalism and Ukrainian aesthetics.” More
Wei Yi International Design Associates picked up on this year’s trend for moody interiors, by combing cement flooring, grey tiles and dark stained wood furnishings in this Taipei apartment. A flash of colour is provided by an unevenly finished deep-blue wall.
Natasha Levy | 1 May 2018 | Leave a comment BoND turns dark, divided Chelsea apartment into light-filled home
Béres Architects made the original stone walls the stand-out feature when renovating this apartment inside a 400-year-old building in the medieval old town of Kőszeg in Hungary. More
Eleanor Gibson | 19 May 2018 | Leave a comment Arent & Pyke updates home for a gallerist with monochromatic rooms
Architectural products are presented in a variety of ways inside the new Knauf showroom in London, which features in this movie produced by Dezeen during Clerkenwell Design Week. More
Danish practice Norm Architects has employed sand-coloured walls and earth-hued furnishings throughout this home near Copenhagen to echo the colour palette of the rugged coastal landscape. More
New York firm Neil Logan Architect has retrofitted a warehouse in the city for streetwear brand Supreme, and put a free-standing skate bowl in the back. More
Restaurants/bars Colours “inspired by a classic New Balance sneaker” decorate Montreal falafel shop
Eleanor Gibson | 3 May 2018 | Leave a comment Robitaille Curtis pairs dark and light hues in renovated Montreal kitchen
Beijing practice Atelier Tao+C has inserted a narrow light shaft into the centre of this 1930s home in Shanghai to illuminate its light-starved rooms. More
James Brillon | 12 May 2018 | Leave a comment Norm Architects uses earthen tones to connect family home to coastal setting in Denmark
Es Devlin and Asif Khan to judge Dezeen Awards Black concrete boxes form Casa Bruma in rural Mexico Google fixes burger emoji Zowa Architects combines bamboo and glass for Himalayan hotel
Residential Archetype use rich-toned walls and furnishings for redesign of Moscow flat
Architect and hotelier Matthew Goodwin has aimed to capture the spirit of California at this coastal hotel, which was transformed from a run-down motor lodge into a beach house. More
Soho House has turned part of the BBC’s Television Centre in west London into its nineteenth private members’ club, which features a rooftop pool overlooking White City. More
Subtle stepped levels and intersecting volumes of grey terrazzo break up this Beijing pizza-restaurant interior, designed by Italian-German architectural practice MDDM Studio. More
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Online design retailer Radnor has furnished a residence in David Chipperfield Architects’ residential tower under construction on New York’s Bryant Park. More
Exhibitions Memphis designs fill Raquel’s Dream House in New York
Jenna McKnight | 1 May 2018 | Leave a comment Copper pipes create storage solutions for Paris studio flat by Ariel Claudet
Bridget Cogley | 13 May 2018 | Leave a comment Asymmetrical walls divide up blue and white apartment in Moscow
There’s space for rest, work and play in this plywood structure that Studio Ben Allen added to the children’s bedroom of a flat at London’s Barbican Estate. Complete with storage units, cosy sleeping nooks, and desks, the insertion’s arches are meant to mimic the barrel-vaulted shape of the terrace apartments nearby.
Offices Soda creates “clean and simple” interiors for Thomas House co-working office
Atelier in Vitro let nostalgia drive the redesign of this Porto apartment, in homage to the building’s 1940s origins. The studio restored original features like the wooden parquet floors, and added retro decor details including decorative rugs and colourful chairs.
Los Angeles-based Studio Unltd has used influences from Morocco to Turkey for the interiors of this Middle Eastern restaurant in the city’s Arts District. More
Splashes of burgundy, blue and emerald green appear throughout this apartment in Moscow that Russian practice Archetype has redesigned to feature an “aristocratic” colour palette. More
Dan Howarth | 28 April 2018 | Leave a comment Noiascape’s west London co-living space targets home-avoiding millennials
India Block | 17 April 2018 | Leave a comment Atelier Tao+C inserts lightwell to brighten interiors of traditional Shanghai lane house
Russian studio Shkaf Architects inserted asymmetrical and diagonal walls to make the most of the space within this one-bedroom apartment in Moscow. More
Ettore Sottsass’ Memphis designs join eccentric contemporary furnishings that decorate a townhouse in New York’s Soho for this installation. More
Seven of the best boutique hotels in Mexico Latest Dezeen Weekly features a Danish coastal home with earth-hued tones Dezeen Jobs Interiors highlights
Taipei apartment, Taiwan, by Wei Yi International Design Associates
Grey cabinetry, brass accents and ash flooring have refreshed a kitchen within a 1960s home, updated by Canadian studio Robitaille Curtis. More
New York 2018 Zero Waste Bistro installation provides circular-economy model at WantedDesign
Jessica Christin Hametner | 24 April 2018 | Leave a comment Monochrome materials define living spaces inside converted Italian farmhouse
Hotels The Surfrider hotel in Malibu receives refresh from Matthew Goodwin
A group of designers have collaborated on interiors for Hank’s restaurant in Austin, Texas, transforming an old grocery store into a spacious, bright eatery. More
Exhibitions MoMA exhibits Bodys Isek Kingelez’s fantastical models of African metropoles
Concrete bathrooms with colour-changing shower screens feature in this renovated apartment inside Moshe Safdie’s famous brutalist Habitat 67 in Montreal, Canada, where scribbles on the walls date back to the housing complex’s construction. More
Natasha Levy | 15 May 2018 | Leave a comment Ras-A Studio overhauls mid-century House Under a Bridge in LA
The pink-tinged interiors and natural stone fixtures that Ciszak Dalmas has created for this store in Madrid, Spain were influenced by the brand’s jewellery and leather accessories. More
Hidden Tints, Sweden, by Note Design Studio 1 of 10 The Cubes apartment, Belgium, by Arjaan De Feyter 2 of 10 IN 3, Canada, by Jean Verville 3 of 10 Duplex Tibbaut, Spain, by Raúl Sánchez Architects 4 of 10 13 Square Metre House, UK, by Studiomama 5 of 10 Taipei apartment, Taiwan, by Wei Yi International Design Associates 6 of 10 Porto apartment, Portugal, by Atelier In Vitro 7 of 10 The Hide Out, USA, by Dan Brunn 8 of 10 Old Jaffa House 3, Israel, by Pitsou Kedem 9 of 10 A Room for Two, UK, by Studio Ben Allen 10 of 10 Dezeen’s top 10 home interiors of 2017
A dated hillside residence in Los Angeles has been overhauled with light-filled interiors and a new stairwell by local firm Ras-A Studio. More
Retail Supreme store in Brooklyn by Neil Logan features an elevated skate bowl
A moody grey-toned apartment in Taipei and a pastel-hued flat in Stockholm are among the most impressive home interiors to emerge over the past 12 months. Continuing our review of 2017, editorial assistant Natasha Levy selects 10 of the best.
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Dan Howarth | 3 May 2018 | Leave a comment Compact Apartment in São Paulo measures 24 square metres
Studiomama had just 13 square metres to play with when overhauling this London home, which was formerly a mini-cab office. It features a host of space-saving plywood furniture, including a fold-out bed, standing desk and extendable dining benches kitted out with pink cushions.
Red corrugated roofing fronts the curving bars inside the Falafel Yoni eatery in Montreal, which architect David Dworkind based on the hues of a popular shoe. More
Architect Ariel Claudet has introduced a network of copper pipes to an otherwise simple studio apartment in Paris, to help it stand out on Airbnb. More
Hotels Former BBC headquarters transformed into Soho House members’ club
Penny rounds cover surfaces and perforated metal forms partitions at this pizzeria in New York’s Lower East Side, designed by Jordana Maisie. More
New York 2018 Tom Dixon moves in to permanent store in New York’s Soho
Italian design company Molteni Group has moved into a new home in New York, designed by Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen and featuring a grand walnut staircase. More
Eleanor Gibson | 28 May 2018 | Leave a comment Archetype use rich-toned walls and furnishings for redesign of Moscow flat
Studio Dan Brunn referenced traditional Japanese tea rooms when overhauling this 1970s Los Angeles home, which features a slanted wooden volume on its ground floor. Acting as a space for inhabitants to read, meditate, and conduct musical performances, the nook overlooks a bamboo-filled garden.
A pair of gold cubes sit at the centre of this duplex apartment in Barcelona, one housing a stairwell and the other a sleeping pod. The building was formerly derelict but had three vibrant artworks painted onto its walls – and the client chose to keep these in place.
Dan Howarth | 31 May 2018 | Leave a comment Rainville Sangaré overhauls Unit 622 in Montreal’s brutalist Habitat 67
Restaurants/bars Austin eatery Hank’s features “minimalist desert modern” interiors
A stainless steel fireplace surround and “hacked” IKEA cabinets are among the features that architecture duo BoND have added during the overhaul of their apartment in New York’s Chelsea. More
Movie Knauf showcases its building products in new London showroom by Mailen Design
Restaurants/bars Studio Unltd turns light-filled warehouse into Bavel restaurant in LA
Retail Vincent Van Duysen creates contemporary “palazzo” for Molteni Group’s New York showroom
Ali Morris | 13 May 2018 | Leave a comment Fogarty Finger creates Paulus Hook Residence in New Jersey propeller factory
British designer Tom Dixon has opened a permanent home in New York’s Soho neighbourhood, after experimenting with a number of temporary locations. More
Residential Rainville Sangaré overhauls Unit 622 in Montreal’s brutalist Habitat 67
Note Design Studio traded the restrained aesthetic of Scandinavian minimalism for pastel hues of yellow, green and pink when turning this former Stockholm office into a family home. Colourful walls are complemented by patterned cabinetry, sculptural lights and a swing.
Israeli architect Pitsou Kedem created contrast in this Jaffa apartment by pairing black iron surfaces with white plaster walls. His studio also introduced a series of arched doors and windows – some framing views of the Mediterranean sea – to match the home’s traditional domed ceiling.
Brazilian studio Casa 100 Architecture has packed a kitchen and a wardrobe into a thin alcove to make the most of space at a tiny apartment. More
Interior architect Arjaan De Feyter added warmth to this otherwise stark Antwerp apartment by integrating grained wood units and brass hardware fixtures. Gauzy full-height curtains also ensure that the space is flooded with natural light.
Restaurants/bars Jordana Maisie designs “deco meets industrial” interior for Una Pizza Napoletana in New York