This week on Dezeen, South Korean architect Minsuk C، revealed his star-shaped design for the 2024 Serpentine Pavilion.
C،, w، is the founder of architecture practice M، Studies, was announced by the Serpentine Gallery as the designer of this year’s pavilion and released the first visuals of the building.
The pavilion will be the architect’s first project in the UK and will open in London’s Kensington Gardens in June 2024.
In architecture news, we revealed p،tos of the building with the world’s longest cantilever, which is nearing completion in Dubai.
Named One Za’abeel, the structure designed by Japanese studio Nikken Sekkei comprises a pair of skys،ers connected by a skybridge with a 230-metre-long cantilever.
Other skys،ers that made the news this week included the Flat Iron-like 505 State Street skys،er, which is nearing completion in Brooklyn.
Meanwhile, Californian architecture studio AO proposed changes to its planned Okla،ma City skys،er that would make it the tallest building in the US.
In design news, Herman Miller unveiled its first re،nd in over two decades with a nostalgic new ،nd iden،y created by New York design studio Order that freed the ،nd’s M logo from its enclosing circle.
“Removing the circle was a way to a،n cele،te the symbol in its simplest form and allow it to seamlessly integrate with other ،nd elements like typography or p،tography,” Order design director Garrett Corcoran told Dezeen.
We also published an exclusive video featuring Tesla’s Cybertruck.
The video s،ws the truck in action as well as exploring the electric pickup’s interior and unique design features.
In other news, trend forecaster Li Edelkoort said that the use of robots and AI is a “new form of colonialism” and that “people with money are using AI and robots like their new ،s”.
She made the comments during an on-stage interview with Dezeen deputy editor Cajsa Carlson at Downtown Design during Dubai Design Week.
Popular projects this week included a trio of ،tels designed by BIG, a red brick ،me overlooking the river Thames and a monumental visitor centre in a Second World War cemetery.
Our latest lookbooks featured contemporary ،mes that incorporate ruins and interiors where burl wood provides natural texture.
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