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and Crispin Jones with up to 35% discount, and we're also now stocking Neko, the new design by Japanese architects Sanaa.
Our first Dezeenmail issue of 2011 is packed with the best stories and comments from Dezeen, while all the latest from Dezeenjobs,
competitions and Dezeenwire highlights are on the right as usual.
You can also see all our most popular stories from 2010 in our review of the year.
Jagnefalt Milton's masterplan for a Norwegian city where buildings move around on rails has captured readers' imaginations. Read the story and comments »
Over on Dezeen Watch Store we’re now stocking Neko (above), the new design by Japanese architects Sanaa for Italian brand Alessi. More details »
This experiment by Antrepo into stripping back the packaging design of well-known supermarket brands is our most-commented story this issue. Which version do you prefer? Read the story and comments »
Some readers shudder at the thought of Atelier Van Lieshout's "indestructible" armoured dwelling, while others start plotting how to attack it. Read the story and comments »
Some readers like the decoration on Marcel Wanders' new tableware for Dutch airline KLM, while others would prefer something sleeker. Read the story and comments »
Is it a slug? Is it a shoe? No, it's Reiser + Umemoto's winning proposal for a new port terminal in the city of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Read the story and comments »
We rounded off 2010 by showcasing the five most popular Dezeen stories from each month, including Herzog & de Meuron's VitraHaus (above), which topped the chart for February. See our review of the year »
Readers are very concerned that they won't be able to read the book used to weigh down this lamp by Léonard Kadid. "You stop reading," suggests Marc Lavoine.
Read the story and comments »
Some readers are impressed with this Paris store by RDAI for fashion brand Hermès, while others lament the conversion of the former Art Deco swimming pool. Read the story and comments »
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Dezeenjobs: Marcel Wanders of Amsterdam seek an in-house photographer: More »
Dezeenjobs: Beijing architects MAD seek a Chinese-speaking senior architect: More »
Dezeenjobs: Beijing architects MAD are offering the opportunity of an architecture internship beginning in March: More »
Dezeenjobs: fashion brand Levi Strauss are looking for a retail graphic and communication designer to join their retail and marketing design department in Brussels: More »
Dezeenjobs: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects of Denmark require an architect with BIM/Revit management and experience in North America to join them in their London office: More »
Dezeenjobs: London architects and designers Heatherwick Studio are looking to fill a position within their support team: More »
Dezeenjobs: design studio Tom Dixon seek a product developer specialising in accessories to join their London studio: More »
Dezeenjobs: London studio Tom Dixon require a designer specialising in accessories: More »
Dezeenjobs: online resource Architonic are looking for an editorial trainee specialising in architecture and design to join them in Zurich: More »
Dezeenjobs: 5th Studio of London seek Part II or Part III qualified architects: More »
Dezeenjobs: Dutch studio Loxodrome Architects and Planners require an architect: More »
Dezeenjobs: Softroom Architects of London are looking for a Part II architectural assistant: More »
Dezeenjobs: Austrian architects Giencke & Company require an architect to join them in Graz: More »
Dezeenjobs: London studio Softroom Architects are looking for a design architect: More »
Dezeenjobs: London studio John Smart Architects are looking for architects: More »
Dezeenjobs: furniture brand Walter Knoll have a vacant sales support/showroom management position in their London showroom: More »
Dezeenjobs: creative consultancy DAY require a senior interior designer/architect to join their studio in Amsterdam: More »
Dezeenjobs: The University of Hong Kong are looking to appoint an assistant professor of landscape architecture: More »
Dezeenjobs: Bell Phillips Architects of London are looking to hire a Part II architectural assistant or recently qualified architect: More »
Dezeenjobs: UK studio Ash Sakula are looking for an architect to join them in London: More »
Dezeenjobs: architects PAC of Singapore seek architectural asisstants: More »
Dezeenjobs: Danish design and furniture brand Normann Copenhagen require a UK sales manager: More »
Dezeenjobs: March and White of London require a Part II or Part III architect with residential experience: More »
Dezeenjobs: London studio Design Clarity seek an interior designer: More »
Dezeenjobs: interior designers and architects Sutherland Smith require a spatial designer to join their London studio: More »
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Lots of winners this issue!
Gytaute Akstinaite in Lithuania, Alma Daskalaki from the UK and Perrine Montfort in France won T-shirts by 1ina100.
Antoine Paumier from France and Francis Novak and Jean-Pascal Beaudoin from Canada won copies of The Story of Eames Furniture.
Bridget Frances Spain from New Zealand, Nikola Andonov in Serbia, Alkmini Petraki in Greece, Ollie Davis from the UK and Lindsay Malajti in Ireland won copies of Interior Architecture: From Brief to Build.
Leigh Warren in Australia, Tobias Boeing in Germany and Mark Attmore in the UK won Emeco 111 Navy Chairs.
Marek Wierzbicki in Poland, Karim Elwishy from Egypt and Joseph Froggatt, James Tattersall and Amandeep Singh from the UK won copies of Richard Rogers + Architects.
Boris Dundović in Croatia, Satoru Kimura in Japan, Cristo Aleister Parapar Vázquez in Spain, Bartosz Kardas in Poland and Ivana Ilić from Bosnia and Herzegovina won copies of The Little Book of Shocking Global Facts.
Norman Foster to design new Apple campus »
James Dyson to be appointed as Provost of the Royal College of Art »
Brit Insurance Designs of the Year awards to be chaired by Stephen Bayley »
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