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New Nokia 3310 revealed | Tomas Koolhaas on Rem

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New-look Nokia 3310 mobile phone revealed

The rumours are true: the bestselling phone of the early 00s, the Nokia 3310, is making a comeback, complete with the game Snake. More ›


Rem Koolhaas "doesn’t respond well to having a lens shoved in his face" says his movie-maker son

Last autumn, Tomas Koolhaas released a film about his father, architect Rem Koolhaas. He spoke to Dezeen about the movie, their relationship and taking narrative tips from Kayne West. More ›


Competition: win a book documenting the work of Africa's designers

Free comp: Africa Rising

To coincide with this year's Design Indaba, Dezeen is giving away five copies of Africa Rising, a book documenting work by the continent's architects, designers and photographers. More ›


New UK passport "likely to become a defining symbol of Britain's new identity"

British passport design makes national identity

How do you design a passport? How do you prevent forgeries? And why do they all look the same? Following the launch of our Brexit passport design competition we spoke to Julian Payne, creative director at the world's biggest producer of passports and banknotes. More ›


Glass walls frame vineyard views from Modostudio's mountain retreat

Mountain retreat by Modostudio

An abundance of gridded glazing aims to make the most of the spectacular views over Italy's Adige Valley from this secluded mountain cabin by Modostudio. More ›


Job of the day: Part-II/Part-III architect or 3D designer for Wolfgang Buttress

Our job of the day from Dezeen Jobs is for a Part-II/Part-III architect or 3D designer for Wolfgang Buttress, whose beehive-inspired Expo pavilion relocated to London's Kew Gardens last year (pictured). More ›


MIT researchers develop material that tightens in cold weather to keep in warmth

A group of researchers at MIT has created a new material that expands and contracts when exposed to different temperatures. More ›


CO-AP adds contemporary concrete and glass extension to Sydney home

Home renovation in Sydney by Co-ap

Sydney architecture studio CO-AP has renovated and extended a typical suburban home in the Australian city, adding a two-storey concrete structure that opens onto a garden at the rear. More ›


Matt Van der Velde photographs abandoned insane asylums

Childrens Insane Ward Matt Van der Velde Architecture Abandoned Asylums Interior Jonglez Publishing

Canadian photographer Matt Van der Velde has toured the deserted and decaying hospitals once used to house and treat patients suffering from psychiatric disorders. More ›


Yoshiyasu Mizuno uses sharply angled roof to disguise scale of Terada House

Terada house by Yaizu Katsuobushi

A steep wooden roof covers the staggered levels of this family house  in the Japanese city of Fujieda by architect Yoshiyasu Mizuno, concealing its full scale from certain angles. More ›


Šimon Kern makes chair from recycled fallen leaves

Slovakian designer Šimon Kern's Beleaf chair is made from a biodegradable mixture of recycled leaves and resin. More ›


Arquitectura-G uses only light tones for Barcelona apartment renovation

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