This week on Dezeen, we launched a contest to design the paintings for our upcoming sequence targeted on how synthetic intelligence will affect structure and design.
To mark the beginning of the sequence we’re inviting our readers to create an paintings utilizing synthetic intelligence (AI) text-to-image mills, with the winner receiving £1,000. Together with the winner, 10 shortlisted designs will probably be featured on Dezeen.
The prize will probably be judged by a panel together with the “world’s first AI designer” Tilly Talbot, who was revealed at this 12 months’s Milan design week.
This week noticed Stockholm tech firm Luvly unveil a flat-pack mini electrical automotive that it believes is “considerably extra vitality environment friendly and cheaper to purchase and run than virtually all ICE and electrical vehicles”.
In different transport tales, the authors of the Final Collector Bikes e-book named seven of the world’s most prized motorbikes.
In structure information, Japanese architect Tadao Ando unveiled the design for 2023 MPavilion in Melbourne, which would be the tenth version of the annual fee.
In Japan, one other Japanese architect, Sou Fujimoto, unveiled his contribution to the Tokyo Rest room undertaking. His public rest room block incorporates an elongated communal sink.
Dezeen additionally featured the much-anticipated (W)rapper Tower in Los Angeles, which was designed by American architect Eric Owen Moss.
In accordance with Moss, the constructing is “most likely the most secure constructing round”.
“If there’s an earthquake on Wednesday and also you and I are working there, on Thursday, you may come again to work,” he informed Dezeen. “So this isn’t a constructing that must be redone or rebuilt.”
We additionally lined the Fog X jacket, which was created by Swedish designer Pavels Hedström, and can make ingesting water from fog.
The jacket received the primary public vote within the Lexus Design Awards, which recognises prototypes that goal to construct a greater future.
Following the controversy over an exhibition that includes a “assortment of glass figures embodying racist stereotypes” at Milan design week, designer Stephen Burks wrote an opinion piece reflecting on what the incident says in regards to the state of the design business.
“In Milan I discovered myself face-to-face with direct racial aggression,” he wrote.
Fashionable initiatives on Dezeen this week embrace an workplace with columns constructed from thick picket logs (above), a Pezo von Ellrichshausen-designed home that mixes 12 buildings into one and a mirrored pavilion in Oxfordshire.
Our newest lookbooks featured cave-like interiors that commemorate curved kinds and brutalist Mexican interiors that show concrete does not need to really feel chilly.
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