Hello Dezeen readers!
We're gearing up for our next pop-up watch store and design emporium, Dezeen Super Store, opening in London next week. More details below!
This issue of Dezeen Mail boasts all the best stories and discussions from Dezeen, including seats made of hair
and pots made of radioactive soil plus Italian designers Formafantasma talking about their work with molten lava, flour and insect excrement.
We've also got new jobs, music and movies
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This house by Arquinoma is our most popular story this issue and has a front door tall enough that a giraffe could walk through it, but our readers aren't sure that's very useful. Read the story and comments »
British designer Ross Lovegrove talks to Dezeen about his tree-like solar-powered street lights at Clerkenwell Design Week. Watch the movie »
Some think these origami pills that open like flowers to release medication into water would help convince unwilling patients to take their remedies but others are worried they could reinforce addiction. Read the story and comments »
Our next pop-up watch store and design emporium will be Dezeen Super Store, which opens at 38 Monmouth Street, London WC2 on 30 June and stays open throughout the Olympic Games and the London Design Festival until 30 September. More details »
Italian duo Formafantasma talk about their work using molten lava, flour, blood and insect excrement in this two-part talk that Dezeen filmed for the Peroni Collaborazioni series on Italian design. Watch the movies »
Not everyone is convinced they need Ron Arad's range of glasses to be instantly adjustable but "people that don't see a need to adjust the size probably have very average heads," says dick c. Read the story and comments »
Our first story from this year's RCA graduate show features these controversial food containers made of radioactive soil from a nuclear disaster zone. Look out for movie tours of the show with course leaders on Dezeen soon. Read the story and comments »
This tiny home by Richard Horden that was assembled in under five minutes is causing contention based on the affordability of prefab versus the luxury of having it delivered by air. Read the story and comments »
Dezeen's first book contains over 100 briliant ideas selected from the pages of Dezeen. Order your copy for just £12 »
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Architect at waa »
Interior designer at Hawkins\Brown »
Product designer at Marcel Wanders »
Freelance Photoshop retoucher at Cityscape Digital »
Senior lighting designer at Light IQ »
Retail designer at UXUS »
Design engineer at meia »
PR internship at Camron PR »
Halo Design Interiors seek CAD technician/visualiser »
Retail project manager at UXUS »
Senior interior designer at blvd »
Quinn Architects seek Part III architect »
Hospitality designer at UXUS »
Christoph Behling Design seek middleweight designer »
Middleweight interior designer at Afroditi Krassa »
Manalo & White seek project architects »
Office manager at Quinine »
Technician/draftsman at UXUS »
Dezeen Music Project is a showcase for new music, where musicians and composers are invited to upload original tracks and we publish the best ones on Dezeen. Listen to the tracks »
Dezeen Screen is the world's leading showcase for videos about architecture, design and interiors. Go to Dezeen Screen »
Dezeen Watch Store is a curated collection of watches from named designers and boutique brands. Go to Dezeen Watch Store »
Dezeen Wire is our newswire service, with breaking news and currated links to the best design-related content on the web.
Zaha Hadid becomes a dame »
Adidas withdraws shoes with shackles »
Günther Domenig(1934-2012) »
llustre.com becomes Fab UK »
Design flash-sales site Bamarang closes down »
Call for entries to Ventura Interieur at Biennale Interieur 2012 »