Latest stories for Dezeen – Chairs for women to spread their legs and a proposal to modernise traditional Chinese medicine

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

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True grit: Cadix docklands regeneration in Antwerp for The Architectural Review

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

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New Architecture Writers, supporting emerging voices in architectural writing

Finding and supporting diverse new voices in architectural criticism is key to the future health of architecture as an art, a science and a profession. Anna is among the growing list of contributors to the New Architecture Writers (NAW) program, a free course for black and minority ethnic emerging writers in the UK, who are under-represented across design journalism and curation. The course is led by founders founded by Phineas Harper and Tom Wilkinson, and supported by the Architecture Foundation, Architectural Review, RIBA Journal, and the Royal College of Art. For more information visit the New Architecture Writers site, and read fellow NAW contributor and RIBA Journal editor Hugh Pearman's article on positive discrimination as a form of activism

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The Future of the Workspace for Homework Magazine

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.

Anna Winston appointed design editor of Oak The Nordic Journal

Anna was named the new design editor for Oak – The Nordic Journal in late 2016. The first issue including her contributions will launch during Milan design week in April 2017. 

An international biannual 'bookazine' featuring ambitious journalism and photography, Oak offers an intelligent perspective on the global resonance of Nordic culture – from art and design, to architecture, travel, food and more. By collaborating with some of the best photographers, writers and creative contributors, Oak continuously pushes into new territory, with unrivalled stories about visionary people, design, ideas and spaces from around world.

Find out more at

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