A timber-clad box frames a new living area added to the heart of this house in Winchester, England, by local firm AR Design Studio (+ slideshow). (more...)
Italian designer Emanuele Pizzolorusso has designed a flexible flower pot that can double in capacity to accommodate plants as they grow and prevent the need for repotting. (more...)
Football players disappear beneath a grassy knoll to access hidden changing facilities at a sports grounds in northern France by MU Architecture (+ slideshow). (more...)
DEDON and Stephen Burks partner up on a indoor furniture collection made with an innovative new kind of woven upholstery.
Here's the best of what's been happening over on Dog Milk from dog-themed Vans to mini-modern trailers!
This week our MINI Frontiers movie about a man-made leaf that could enable humans to colonise space went viral and BIG unveiled a futuristic vision for zoos. Read on for architecture and design highlights from the past seven days, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week. (more...)
An energy management and hardware system allows office workers to customize temperature settings using an app voting system.
Just because your space is small doesn't mean you can't carve out a cozy little nook for yourself - take a gander at five of our favorites.
London designer Michael Sodeau has created a lightweight circular chair from Hypetex, a coloured carbon-fibre material developed by racing car engineers. (more...)
This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is an industrial designer position with Benjamin Hubert, whose range of moulded ceramic tableware is pictured. Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
This sculptural collection of dresses and coats pulls inspiration from scarification tattoos.
Visual artist Michael Afsa handcrafts sculptures made out of different kinds of metal.
Buildings that make up this house in Finland by architects OOPEAA are arranged to protect a courtyard from the cold northerly winds blowing down the valley (+ slideshow). (more...)
Frame was inspired by picture frames. The basic rectangular design forms a graphical chair with its versatility contributing to a creative and inspirational atmosphere. You can sit in the middle like on a stool or straddle it and use one of its sides as a backrest. In contrast to normal seating furniture, Frame has both [...]
This glass and steel table maximizes space by converting into three different types of tables.
Japanese studio Nendo's range of watches based on draughtsmen's tools is now available for pre-order exclusively at Dezeen Watch Store. (more...)
Danish ceramist and designer Ole Jensen gives us a peek inside his world when he shares five designs that have impacted him in recent years.
Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: RCA graduate Oluwaseyi Sosanya shows us the 3D-weaving machine he invented, which he claims could be used to create better sportswear, medical implants and even architecture. (more...)
This blackened timber holiday home in northern France by Nantes studio Raum contains two mobile bedrooms that can be wheeled onto a terrace to provide outdoor sleeping cabins (+ slideshow). (more...)
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News: London architecture firms David Chipperfield and Karakusevic Carson have been granted planning permission for two hexagonal towers on an estate in the city's borough of Hackney (+ slideshow). (more...)
Chilean studio LAND Arquitectos named this seafront residence Catch The Views House, because of the ways it sprawls outwards to frame as many vistas as possible (+ slideshow). (more...)
Dezeen Guide: design events are taking place in Bangkok, São Paulo and Melbourne (pictured) this month, along with five other exhibitions and festivals listed for August. (more...)
Apollo Architects & Associates swapped timber frames for concrete and fibre-reinforced plastic to reduce the cost of building this house and studio for a fashion photographer in Tokyo (+ slideshow). (more...)
A limited edition collection of Hans J. Wegner's most iconic pieces done in collaboration with Paul Smith, Maharam, and Carl Hansen & Son.
Magnetic fastenings hold together these billowing layered outerwear garments by Kingston University graduate Phoebe Kowalska. (more...)
A look at some alternatives to the perfect polka-dot from pillows to art prints from Society6.
A modern beach house on the Jersey Shore that mixes casual beach-y and minimal modern.
Movie: Pritzker Prize-winning architect Toyo Ito tells Dezeen that, while his buildings vary in material and style, the key to all of them is their close relationship with the people that inhabit them. (more...)
Dezeen promotion: UK design show designjunction will bring together showrooms across central London to form the West End Design Quarter during this year's London Design Festival. (more...)
Benjamin Hubert's team may be young and small, but their work is timeless.
Exterior and interior designers Dillon Blanski and Antonio Molinari share inspirations that help shape Lincoln's new MKC sports crossover.
Lithuanian designer Ingrida Kazenaite has developed a conceptual pen that would mend damaged clothes by "printing" over rips and tears. (more...)
A man-made leaf that could help humans colonise space, blown-glass sex toys and seven architect-designed bus shelters (pictured) feature in Dezeen Mail issue 213. Click through for the latest news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.Read Dezeen Mail issue 213 | Subscribe to Dezeen Mail