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This week on Dezeen, we revealed rapper Kanye West and Muji industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa's understated burger box design for fast-food chain McDonald's. Read more
Electronics engineer Gaurav Singh has created an open-source USB 3.0 camera. Better still, the compact camera uses interchangeable lenses and sensors.As described at, Singh's camera design features a pair of main boards, one FPGA and the other USB, which drive a third interchangeable sensor board. You can easily swap out the sensor board, so the camera is flexible and can be tuned to
This week on Dezeen, MIT researchers revealed a proposal to fight climate change by creating a floating shield the size of Brazil using "space bubbles" that could reflect the sun's rays. Read more
This week on Dezeen, we rounded up 20 of the most interesting buildings that Queen Elizabeth II has inaugurated during her 70-year reign. Read more
This week on Dezeen, we published the first images of Thomas Heatherwick's Tree of Trees, a sculpture containing 350 living trees that was designed to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee. Read more
Earlier this month, we shared news of an Australian man recovering $6,000 worth of camera gear thanks to an Apple AirTag. However, as we pointed out then, his AirTag was in clear view, and the thief could have, had they anticipated the eventual outcome, ditched the AirTag long before being tracked down. It would be ideal to be able to hide an AirTag, especially as they become more well-known. Cam
This week on Dezeen, we rounded up 10 new central stations along the Elizabeth Line, the highly anticipated subterranean railway that opens in London next week. Read more
In this week's comments update, readers are debating Frank Gehry's housing development at Battersea Power Station in London and discussing other top stories. Read more
This week on Dezeen, Icelandic architect Arnhildur Palmadottir revealed her "radical and gigantic" Lavaforming proposal at the DesignMarch festival in Reykjavík. Read more
This week on Dezeen, we kicked off our series exploring deconstructivism, an influential architecture movement from the 20th century led by the likes of Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid and Rem Koolhaas. Read more is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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