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Visitors to a park in Xiangyang are greeted by over 500 bright purple fins, which are dotted with LEDs and play traditional Chinese music from internal speakers (+ slideshow). (more…)




This week we reported on the production of Ikea's flat-pack refugee shelters, the design of this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion (pictured) and plans for Europe's tallest skyscraper in the Alps. Read on to catch up with the latest architecture and design news, plus our track of the week. (more…)




Dark brick cladding contrasts with the pale wood and plasterboard interior of this house in Oslo by local architecture office Narud Stokke Wiig (+ slideshow). (more…)




Spanish design studio Yonoh has created a chair based on energy company Repsol's red, orange and white "sun" logo. (more…)




The jagged roof of this warehouse and office space in the Netherlands is designed to reference a 1950s weaving mill by Dutch architect and designer Gerrit Rietveld (+ slideshow). (more…)




A sloped section of roof joins this timber-clad extension by Melbourne studio Julie Firkin Architects to the adjacent weatherboard house (+ slideshow). (more…)




A naturally filtered outdoor swimming pool is taking shape as part of the redevelopment of King's Cross in London. (more…)




Zurich architects Dürig designed angular concrete frames to indicate the position of staircases and escalators at the Swiss city's main railway station, which descend from the platforms to a new subterranean station and shopping precinct (+ slideshow). (more…)




This table by design student Nathalie Dackelid can be extended by folding out a series of batons that hang beside the legs (+ movie). (more…)




This addition to a house in Kudamatsu, Japan, features an oversized pitched roof and a covered courtyard surrounded by arched openings (+ slideshow). (more…)




Spanish-based designers Kutarq Studio have created a pair of carved bowls based on the shapes left in yoghurt when it is being eaten with a spoon (+ slideshow). (more…)




Architect Liam Young has developed a series of animated panoramas depicting visions for cities of the future, including an urban landscape exclusively owned and operated by technology brand Samsung (+ movie). (more…)



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