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Dezeen Guide update: November 2014


Dezeen Guide: things might be winding down towards the end of the year, but there are still design events opening in Istanbul, Rio de Janeiro and Seoul (pictured) this month.

This week on Dezeen


This week on Dezeen we published a flying car, a drone designed to help save lives and a 3D printer hacked to create a tattooing robot (pictured).

New Pinterest board: architecture for death


Before heading out in your spooky costume, check out our selection of Halloween treats including the best cemetery, mausoleum and crematorium architecture from the pages of Dezeen.

Studio Nienke Hoogvliet uses algae yarn to create Sea Me rug


Dutch Design Week 2014: this rug by Dutch designer Nienke Hoogvliet is woven from yarn made from algae to demonstrate the qualities of the natural textile (+ slideshow).

Istanbul Design Biennial returns for second instalment


Dezeen promotion: the second edition of Istanbul Design Biennial will open in Turkey tomorrow with a series of exhibitions, panel discussions and design tours of the city.

Canberra's National Arboretum features "100 forests from around the world"


World Architecture Festival 2014: Australian landscape architect Perry Lethlean explains the concept behind the Canberra park named World Landscape of the Year 2014 in our next movie from World Architecture Festival.

Job of the week: assistant professor of furniture design at Rhode Island School of Design


This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an assistant/associate professor of furniture design at Rhode Island School of Design, whose campus waterfront is pictured.

Numen/For Use creates inhabitable "corporeal" installation with sticky tape


Lengths of transparent film and sticky tape wrap around the concrete columns of a Parisian gallery to form a network of hollows and tunnels in an installation by Numen/For Use (+ slideshow).

New Barcelona Design Museum merges decorative art and design collections


News: the Barcelona Design Museum will open in December with newly curated collections that represent Catalonian design history from the third century to present day (+ slideshow).

Black glass facade mirrors scenery at south London home by Ian McChesney


Opaque glass cladding on this south London house by Ian McChesney reflects the brick and stucco facades of neighbouring Victorian properties and foliage from a park next door (+ slideshow).

The Dezeen guide to contemporary cemeteries


Halloween is traditionally a day for honouring the dead, so today we're revisiting some of the best cemetery, mausoleum and crematorium architecture on Dezeen.

Nendo works with Japanese artisans to create bent-wire tables


Japanese design studio Nendo has collaborated with Kyoto wire netting firm Kanaami-Tsuji to create a set of minimal basket containers and stands (+ slideshow).

CHROFI completes concrete and stone sheds for forestry workers


The concrete roofs of two agricultural sheds by Sydney studio CHROFI jut out of stone and gravel banks in a clearing cut into a forest in eastern Australia (+ slideshow).

Using traditional crafts in design is not "sentimental" says Sebastian Cox


Interview: neglected techniques represent a new set of opportunities says Sebastian Cox, one of a number of young designers that are championing the revival of traditional crafts in the UK.

Dominic Wilcox: "I'm deadly serious about being playful"


Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: playfulness is essential to creativity claims London designer Dominic Wilcox, who says that creatives should not "worry about what other people think" (+ movie).

Work starts on Calatrava-designed Greek Orthodox Church on World Trade Center site


News: work has begun on a Greek Orthodox Church designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava to replace a building that was destroyed by the collapse of New York's World Trade Center buildings on 9/11.

Dezeen Mail #226


A swimming pool designed with an angular roof to prevent echoes (pictured), a sweary Frank Gehry and a 3D-printer turned into a tattooing machine feature in Dezeen Mail issue 226.

House in Oxfordshire is covered in oak to create a "simplified volume"


Strips of untreated oak are used to clad every surface of this house in the English countryside by London office Peter Feeny Architects (+ slideshow).

"A city is more than just the sum of its previous behaviours"


Opinion: from Chicago's rat problem to transport startups like Bridj and Uber, data is being used to predict behaviour and manage our cities.

Ambulance Drone could deliver life-saving equipment "within one minute"


News: a TU Delft graduate has presented an unmanned aerial vehicle with built-in defibrillation equipment, which could fly to a patient suffering from a heart attack in a fraction of the time it would take an ambulance to drive.


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