12 architecture and design projects from the Savannah College of Art and Design students

From a New York hub that aims to help people live more sustainably, to addressing the decline of water-based travel in Mumbai, the Savannah College of Art and Design presents 12 student projects in our latest school show.

The undergraduate and graduate projects also include an analysis of the tourist industry’s impact on the Galapagos Isabela Island’s mangrove forests and a project proposing the repurposing of Oregon Pacific Railway’s defunct trains for immersive storytelling shows.


Savannah College of Art and Design

School: Savannah College of Art and Design
Courses:  Master of Architecture, BFA Architecture, MFA Furniture Design, BFA Furniture Design, MFA Interior Design, BFA Interior Design, BFA Preservation Design, Master of Urban Design
Tutors: School of Building Arts Faculty Members

School statement:

“The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) is the preeminent source of knowledge in the building arts. With preservation design and interior design programme as two of … Read more

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Euro 2020 kits feature hand-painted details and renaissance-informed patterns

To mark today’s kick-off of the coronavirus-delayed Euro 2020 football tournament, we have rounded up the kits of all 24 teams playing in the championship.


Austria home kit

Austria by Puma

Made by Puma, Austria’s home kit is in its traditional red and white colours.

According to the designers, the main body of the shirt features an all-over stylized pattern informed by the Vienna Secession art nouveau movement of the late 19th century.


Belgium kit for Euro 2020

Belgium by Adidas

Adidas’ Belgium home shirt was designed to “celebrate the strong and progressive colours of the nation’s flag”.

The red shirt is crossed with black and darker red brushstrokes that form the letter B on the front of the shirt. It is completed with yellow trim – the third colour in the Belgium flag.


Croatia football kit for Euro 2020 by Nike

Croatia by Nike

As with previous home shirts, Croatia’s kit for Euro 2020 is covered in its signature red and white checks. This year’s … Read more

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Explorer dining table by Jaime Hayon for BD Barcelona

Dezeen Showroom: a slender oval tabletop overhangs the chunky central pedestal of the Explorer dining table, which Jaime Hayon has designed for furniture brand BD Barcelona.

The Explorer is a continuation of Hayon’s wider Explorer collection, produced by BD Barcelona in 2019.

Instead of the traditional four legs, it relies on one central support to maximise space and comfort for sitters.

A pedestal dining table by Jaime Hayon
BD Barcelona has launched the Explorer dining table

“Now more than ever we spend a lot of time in our homes eating, working and sharing moments,” said Hayon.

“The Explorer dining table was born from the idea of inclusion, eliminating the obstacles of the table by getting rid of the side legs, trying to create a spacious and comfortable space but being sculpturally strong at the same time.”

The oval-shaped tabletop of the Explorer dining table
It features an oval tabletop that balances on one central support

According to Hayon, the design’s sculptural yet playful aesthetic takes … Read more

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12 student projects from the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism

A tower designed for Ontario wildlife and a gold mine transformed into a soundscape feature in this school show from students at the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism.

Other projects include an analysis of a hotel militarised in the Lebanese Civil War and a utopian world referencing the childhood memories formed in a Chinese-Canadian family.


Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism

School: Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism at the Carleton University
Courses: M.Arch thesis, graduate and undergraduate studios

School statement:

“Many of the projects represent work from the year-long Master of Architecture thesis, including the Canadian Indian Residential Schools as potential sites of decolonization, remedies for the post-pandemic city, and Cairo’s Cosmic Realms and Earthly Realities.

“Other projects illustrate several of the Master of Architecture six-week option studios. This year, the studios explored themes of Threshold Landscapes, Black Flight and Architectural Authorship, led by Azrieli visiting critics Virginia … Read more

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Furniture collection Brite Bodies is a "kaleidoscopic nod" to the work of influential creatives

Interior designers Kate Hayes and Krista Sharif have created Brite Bodies, a debut collection of colourful furniture informed by the work of creatives including Vivienne Westwood and Ettore Sottsass.

Brite Bodies comprises 11 designs and is the first furniture range from the eponymous Atlanta-based studio, which was co-founded by Hayes and Sharif.

Brite Bodies is a furniture collection
The Vivienne Pedestal references the work of Vivienne Westwood

Featuring coffee and martini tables as well as home accessories such as candlesticks and ornamental obelisks, the brightly-coloured collection takes cues from the work of some of Hayes and Sharif’s favourite creatives.

The Vivienne Pedestal is a handmade wooden side table painted in a pink and red geometric pattern that pays homage to the post-modern punk plaid and tartan prints of British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood.

Abbott is a coffee table made of two crescent shapes
Abbott is a coffee table made of two half-circles

Two half-moon shaped plaster coffee tables are paired together to form a circle designed … Read more

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