This week on Dezeen, Zaha Hadid Architects caused a stir, as it revealed skeleton to build on a world’s many costly plot, and use director Patrik Schumacher criticised a Venice Architecture Biennale.
The London design organisation suggested it was operative with developer Henderson Land Development to build on a site in Hong Kong that sole for a record-breaking £2.2 billion, so £764,000 per block metre.
Robin Hood Gardens returned to a headlines this week, after a VA shipped a outrageous cube of a part-demolished brutalist housing estate to Italy for an installation at a Venice Architecture Biennale.
The muster was a theme of critique and protest, call VA executive Tristram Hunt to write a matter of defence.
In conform news, Balenciaga confused a internet with it’s “T-shirt shirt”, a T-shirt that facilities a long-sleeved shirt trustworthy to a front, while Nike suggested skeleton to launch slider sandals with miniature fanny packs opposite a tip straps.
In technology, micro robots finished building a world’s smallest house. Standing during only 0.015 millimetres high, a little residence is around half a million times smaller than a unchanging two-storey house.
Meanwhile, Chicago-based tech startup Ovie got tighten to reaching a Kickstarter goal, for a plan that connects Tupperware-style storage containers to a Internet of Things, in a bid to revoke food waste.
Popular projects on Dezeen this week embody a house in Brazil with a staggering weed roof, an “open-air fortress” in Mexico , and an towering movement play in Supreme’s store in Brooklyn.
There are also reduction than 30 days to go until a Dezeen Awards entrance deadline, that closes during a finish of a month. Architects and designers have until 30 Jun to enter, and have their projects seen by the stellar lineup of judges.