Anna’s latest work for Dezeen includes article on The Tiger Penis Project by Kuang-Yi Ku, Anna Aargard Jensen’s A Basic Instinct chairs designed to encourage women to take up more space, Antwerp’s smallest hotel by DMVA and a roundup of some of the most promising young Belgian designers at this year’s Interieur Biennale.
Read all of Anna’s work for Dezeen at Dezeen.com/author/anna-winston
Taking a look at the future of one of Europe’s most intriguing examples of slow urbanism, Anna visited the Cadix regeneration area in the north of Antwerp, a new chunk of city being created in the once insalubrious former docks.
Read the full article in The Architectural Review’s Belgian issue, September 2018, or online at architectural-review.com
Anna reported on Milan Design Week for Dezeen, covering a number of exhibitions and projects including the interactive technological magic tricks of the Sony exhibition, a collaboration between PUMA and MIT and new lighting by Michael Anastassiades.
Produced on the fly by current masters students at Design Academy Eindhoven, Canary is a collection of reviews of graduate projects shown in the Academy's Mined exhibition during Dutch Design Week. Anna contributed a review of SAM – a semi autonomous machine designed by Marie Caye and Arvid Jense to prompt questions about machine rights.
"With its beautiful vistas and exquisite buildings, which range from crumbly to contemporary, Lisbon offers a cityscape to savour." An essay on Lisbon's architecture, focusing on the joys of dawdling and the role of the miradouros in public life, for Monocle's first guide to the Portuguese city. Order a copy online.
Described as the man who Copenhagenised Copenhagen, Jan Gehl is a cult figure among architects and city planners thanks to his pioneering work in humanising urban infrastructure. This interview was published in Oak The Nordic Journal Volume 7, which can be ordered online.
Digital technologies are transforming our office spaces, and employee expectations of what an office can and should be for are shifting. This article asks designers, architects and thinkers to predict what the next evolution in office design might look like. Homework is published by collaborative office and co-working company Workspace. You can read the whole issue online for free.
The international perception of Nordic design is dominated by visions of minimal furniture. But today's design industry is about so much more. This article investigates some of the projects that are using design to change the way cities and services function. It was published in Oak The Nordic Journal Volume 7, which is now available in the world's best bookshops and can be ordered online.
Published on Amuse (ID's lifestyle site), this article was commissioned around the opening of the new Design Museum in London's former Commonwealth Institute, with a new interior by minimalist architect John Pawson (click the image to read the full piece).