This week on Dezeen: Apple opened a new store in Brussels this week (pictured) – the initial because Jonathan Ive became the company’s chief design officer – and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec spoke solely to Dezeen about their Serif television for Samsung.
Apple Retailer Brussels
Apple’s new shop in the Belgian capital is located inside of a creating developed by Dutch company UNStudio and functions minimally made furnishings. As you might anticipate.
Serif Tv by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec
In a world exclusive interview, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec explained how they approached the design and style of their Serif television for Samsung like a piece of furniture.
A bullet from a shooting star by Alex Chinneck
In the run up to this year’s London Style Festival – which kicks off these days – Dezeen’s Dan Howarth selected his pick of the should-see exhibitions and installations and Jasper Morrison developed a stripped-back mobile handset as a “liberating” option to smartphones.
Expandable Nest shelves by Nendo
Other festival previews integrated Nendo’s sliding shelving unit reinforced with carbon-fibre sheets and Max Lamb’s table with concealed storage for Benchmark.
Porsche’s Mission E concept vehicle
Porsche unveiled its initial all-electrical sports activities automobile in a bid to take on Tesla and tributes have been paid to Swiss typographer Adrian Frutiger, creator of London’s street-sign font, who died aged 87.
Droneport by Foster + Partners
Foster + Partners released programs for a drone port in Rwanda, and was replaced by Mecanoo as the company renovating The New York Public Library.
Bloomberg Spot in the City of London by Foster + Partners
Later on on in the week, we spoke to Norman Foster about his firm’s layout for the offices of worldwide media giant Bloomberg.
70-73 Piccadilly by David Adjaye
Organizing permission was granted for a luxury mixed-use improvement by David Adjaye in London and Owen Hatherley supplied his scathing view on Rafael Viñoly’s Walkie Talkie skyscraper.
Drone footage of BIG’s “courtscraper” in New York
Well-known stories this week on Dezeen integrated drone footage of BIG’s “courtscraper” in New York, a Modernist-inspired home in Tel Aviv and “London’s initial cycle-in workplace”.
Alphabeta cycle-in workplace by Studio RHE
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