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Apple Watch "fails to excite" and is "a bit underwhelming" say designers

In April, Apple courted the design world by presenting the Apple Watch at a pavilion in Milan and holding a glamorous dinner for leading designers. So what do designers think of the product now – and why are so few of them wearing it? Dezeen investigates. More »

 
 

Job of the week: retail interior designer at Paul Smith

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Slabs of concrete frame glass walls of house near a Swiss lake by MLZD

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Sarah Van Peteghem furnishes Berlin apartment with vintage Danish seats

Interior designer Sarah Van Peteghem has added greyscale furnishings, fabrics and accessories sourced from both contemporary brands and antique stores to this minimal apartment in Berlin (+ slideshow). More »

 
 

Souto de Moura and Correia reference industrial dust collectors with auditorium in Portalegre

Shiny metal cladding and exposed ducting lend an industrial feel to this auditorium for a virtual-reality research centre in Portalegre, Portugal, by Eduardo Souto de Moura and Graça Correia (+ slideshow). More »

 
 

Crowdfunded Luchtsingel pedestrian bridge opens in Rotterdam

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"The smart city blinds us to the possibility of political action"

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Conceptual Cirque du Soleil venue combines complex geometrical forms

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Dezeen Mail #262

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This year's RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist, modular sex toys and a proposal to elevate airport runways among Stockholm's rooftops  (pictured) feature in Dezeen Mail issue 262. There's also the latest news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.

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Mushroom inhalers replace vaccination needles in RCA student proposal

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