This week on Dezeen: New Zealand unveiled forty prospective flag patterns (pictured) by residents this week, whilst the National Museum of Qatar challenged the public to develop its new graphic identity.
The shortlist of graphics made by New Zealanders will be narrowed down, then pitted towards the country’s existing flag design and style that incorporates the Union Jack in a public vote.
Render of the National Museum of Qatar
The National Museum of Qatar also launched a nationwide competitors to style its new graphic identity, prepared for its upcoming residence by Jean Nouvel.
Underline by James Corner Discipline Operations
In other information, Miami grew to become the latest city to attempt to replicate the good results of New York’s popular Substantial Line, outlining styles for a new park that would be constructed beneath an elevated rail line.
Frank Gehry uncovered as designer of masterplan for LA River
Frank Gehry was selected to revitalise the barren and canal-like Los Angeles River and Populous exposed its stadium style for the San Diego Chargers American football team.
Rolex Creating by Kengo Kuma
Construction started out on a twisted tower made by Kengo Kuma in Dallas, while perform got underway on a objective-constructed shelter for women and children struggling domestic abuse in Israel.
Zaha Hadid’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic stadium
Richard Rogers accused Japan of “losing its nerve” following the country’s controversial choice to scrap Zaha Hadid’s Olympic stadium for Tokyo.
Montblanc M pen by Marc Newson
Marc Newson created a luxury variety of pens and MAD founder Ma Yansong designed a series of carpets shaped like juicy steaks for canines.
Development by Begum Ayaskan and Bike Ayaskan
Well-liked tasks this week on Dezeen incorporated an origami plant pot made to broaden as its occupant grows, a laptop-sized “electrical car” and a series of hacked Ikea kitchens by well-known architects.
Kitchen hack by Norm
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