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James Turrell creates “transcendent” Skyspace installation in the Rocky Mountains

American artist James Turrell has created an immersive installation with a skylight surrounded by an illuminated ceiling inside a stone-clad structure on a forested slope in Colorado. The Green Mountain Falls Skyspace is situated in the foothills of Pikes Peak, near Colorado Springs. The structure overlooks a lake and is surrounded by towering evergreen...

Elon Musk's The Boring Company opens first station in expanded Las Vegas transit tunnel system

Elon Musk's infrastructure firm The Boring Company has opened the first of around 55 stations that are set to be constructed as part of a tunnel network underneath Las Vegas, which will see passengers carried across the city in a fleet of Teslas. The newly opened stop, located at the Resorts World Las Vegas hotel complex, is an extension of The Boring...

Cuarzo Reno tiles by Coverlam

Dezeen Showroom: Spanish manufacturer Coverlam has launched a family of slab tiles titled Cuarzo Reno that emulates the appearance of marble. Cuarzo Reno tiles have a white surface covered with copper-toned veining, which Coverlam says brings a sense of warmth and refinement to interior spaces. Cuarzo Reno has a classic marble look with copper veins...

Eleven designs by celebrities including Kanye West, Kate Moss and Justin Bieber

After a McDonald's burger box design by rapper Kanye West made waves last week, here is a roundup of 11 designs by celebrities previously featured on Dezeen. West, now officially called Ye, is far from the first famous person to make a foray into the world of design or architecture. Below are 11 examples of times celebrities have sought to demonstrate...

Coralis table collection by Nadine Hajjar Studio

Dezeen Showroom: Montreal-based designer Nadine Hajjar has created a collection of side tables called Coralis, each informed by coral but given its own expressive character. Hajjar's childhood in Beirut and connection to the Mediterranean informed the Coralis collection, which is subtitled Mémoires d'Outre-mer (Memories of Overseas). The Coralis collection...

Soof Azani and Lir Braverman propose collapsible solar-powered bike for last-mile deliveries

Soof Azani and Lir Braverman's proposal for a solar-powered cargo bike that aims to facilitate local deliveries is the latest of 10 visionary transportation projects selected for Dezeen's Future Mobility Competition powered by Arrival. Called D50, Azani and Braverman's concept aims to combine solar power with micro-mobility in a bid to improve the...

"Our support needs to be with the trans community" say queer designers 50 years on from first official UK pride march

The 50th anniversary of Pride in the UK is a "stark reminder" of how far there is to go to achieve LGBTQ+ equality in the design industry, especially when it comes to transgender rights, designers have told Dezeen. Tens of thousands of people are expected to march the streets of London on 2 July to celebrate the city's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender...

Five architecture and design events in July from Dezeen Events Guide

Design and art fair Nomad, the Royal Academy's annual architecture lecture and graduate design show New Designers are among the architecture and design events featured in Dezeen Events Guide this month. Other events taking place include the Festival of Place 2022, a one-day summit that is held annually to bring together professionals from across the...

Sisu wall light by Studio Rik ten Velden

Dezeen Showroom: Dutch design practice Studio Rik ten Velden has released the Sisu wall light, which provides ambient indirect lighting that highlights its sculptural form. Sisu comes in three organic shapes, ranging from round to oblong, with a front cover that can be finished in rattan as well as colourful matt or mirrored acrylic. Sisu creates...

Souvenir outdoor chair by Eugeni Quitllet for Pedrali

Dezeen Showroom: Italian furniture brand Pedrali has launched Souvenir, an outdoor chair by Catalan designer Eugeni Quitllet that takes cues from quintessential Parisian park furniture. Souvenir was modelled on the classic green chairs that have long provided visitors of Paris's Jardin des Tuileries and Jardin du Luxembourg with a flexible alternative...

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