This week on Dezeen, architecture studio Opposite Office envisioned fortifying the US Capitol in response to the invasion of the building by Donald Trump supporters.
The provocative architecture studio created the concept, named Capitol Castle, as a comment on how democracy is increasingly under threat.
“It’s tongue-in-cheek, but the question behind it is relevant: how can we protect our democracy?” Opposite Office founder Benedikt Hartl told Dezeen.
“Democracy is not for free. Most of us living in the USA, or in Europe, know of no other form of government than democracy.”
In design news, fast-food chain Burger King unveiled a new logo as part of its first major rebrand for 20 years. The logo was a reworking of a previous design sued by the restaurant during the 1970s, 80s and 90s.
“We explored a … Read more