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Ben Storms creates Inhale tables from metal cushions and marble slabs


Belgian designer Ben Storms placed huge blocks of marble on top of inflated metal "pillows" to create this range of coffee tables, exhibited at this year's Collectible design fair.

ListenUp: Farewell to Craig Mack, new tunes by Rebounder, Leon Bridges and more this week


Hailey Tuck: Alcohol Gently jazzy and undeniably charmed, Hailey Tuck's cover of "Alcohol" keeps the original Kinks' wit intact but lends it some glamour.

Steve Jobs’ 1973 Employment Form Sells For $175,000, Triple Its Projected Value


Image via Anton_Ivanov / Shutterstock.com RR Auction recently sold off Steve Jobs’ 1973 employment application for US$174,757—more than triple its initial bidding price of US$50,000.

Banksy Adds Another Mural In NYC To Protest Artist Zehra Dogan’s Imprisonment


Image via Banksy Banksy’s return to the Big Apple has energized the city with talk about an upcoming new series by the famous anonymous street artist.

OFIS Arhitekti's Glass Pavilion is a star-gazing retreat in Spain's Gorafe desert


Slovenian studio OFIS Arhitekti has created an isolated desert retreat in Andalusia, featuring glazed walls that take advantage of the vast landscape and dramatic night skies.

Apple Humorously Exaggerates Face ID In Dramatic New iPhone X Ad


[Click here to view the video in this article] iPhone X might not have enjoyed as enthusiastic sales as Apple might have hoped for, but that hasn’t stopped the Cupertino giant from releasing this passionate commercial that comically overemphasizes its Face ID capabilities.

‘Hawkeye’ Diehards Let Their Creative Juices Flow In Alternate ‘Avengers’ Poster


[Click here to view the video in this article] Marvel just dropped its latest trailer and poster for Avengers: Infinity War.

IKEA's latest collaboration with Piet Hein Eek celebrates imperfections


IKEA and Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek have created a range of furniture and homeware that showcases imperfections, rather than hiding them.

Onitsuka Tiger Debuts ‘Sakura’ Collection Dyed With Real Cherry Blossoms


Image via ASICS Japan When spring makes its arrival, you’ll want to be in Onitsuka Tiger’s new sneakers to kick winter’s gloom out the door.

Our new Pinterest board explores modular architecture


We've created a new Pinterest board showcasing some of the best new examples of modular architecture, including a plywood house made up of interlocking corridors and a prefabricated cultural centre featuring portable rooms. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

Glass walls create visual connection between Strasbourg sports hall and its surroundings


Dominique Coulon & Associés has completed a sports centre for a school in Strasbourg, featuring a pair of double-height halls that project upwards from a concrete-and-glass base.

The YEEZY Boost 350 V2 ‘Cream White’ Is Rumored To Make A Comeback This July


If you missed out on the adidas YEEZY Boost 350 V2 ‘Cream White’ release in April 2017, here is your chance.

China Rolls Out ‘Black Mirror’ Social System, Low Rating Citizens Cannot Travel


[Click here to view the video in this article] Late last year, we first wrote of China's plans to trial a social rating system that is similar to the show Black Mirror, in the episode ‘Nose Dive’.

MKCA overhauls West Village apartment with custom millwork throughout


New York architecture firm MKCA has gutted an outdated apartment in the West Village, transforming its dim interiors into light-filled spaces.

Rozana Montiel pairs wood and stone for lush garden home outside Mexico City


Mexico City-based architect Rozana Montiel has completed a four-bedroom home in Tepoztlán, using local materials as a way to integrate the home into its natural setting.

The New Yorker Magazine’s Latest Cover Leaves President Trump ‘Exposed’


‘Exposed’ by Barry Blitt. Image via The New Yorker American cartoonist Barry Blitt—famed for his several satirical depictions of Donald Trump in The New Yorker—has created a bare-bones piece of the President for the magazine’s 26 March cover.

Apple Confirms Event On 27 March, Here Are The New Products To Expect That Day


Image via Apple Newsroom On Friday, Apple started sending out invites to journalists, requesting to have them grace its event on 27 March 2018.

Microsoft Announces ‘Netflix’ For Gaming That Lets You Play Titles On Demand


Image via Xbox Microsoft has announced its first foray into game streaming with an upcoming cloud platform that lets users play games-on-demand, much like Sony’s ‘PlayStation Now’ subscription.

Vitra Design Museum showcases five decades of clubbing culture in Night Fever exhibition


The interiors and graphics of some of the world's most famous nightclubs are profiled in a major new exhibition at the Vitra Design Museum.

Link About It: This Week's Picks: Farewell to Stephen Hawking, erosion at Easter Island, Airbnb for luggage and more


1. The Erosion of Easter Island One of the most remote inhabited locations, Easter Island captivates because of the remnants of the ancient civilization it once housed: moai statues and "ahu" platforms, found predominantly along the island's coast......


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