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Tompkins Rygole's Woodridge house evokes Arts and Crafts architecture with brick facades

The facades and walled garden of this house in the English town of Newbury are entirely faced in Flemish-bonded handmade bricks that reference the neighbouring Arts and Crafts buildings (+ slideshow).

Yi-Wen Tseng's methane-powered concept car is modelled on a cow's digestive system

London Design Festival 2015: Royal College of Art graduate Yi-Wen Tseng has imagined a car powered by bio-printed organs, using synthetic biology to turn a cow's digestive process into a fuel system.

Studio 102 converts an empty Hanoi house into a plant-covered office and showroom

Hanoi architecture office Studio 102 has transformed an incomplete house in the Vietnamese capital into an office for a landscape architecture firm, featuring plants that clamber over its slatted timber cladding (+ slideshow).

Chmara.Rosinke installation imagines the kitchen of the future

Austrian studio Chmara.Rosinke envisioned the future of dining and food preparation for its Cucina Futurista 2.0 exhibition of furniture and tableware design at Vienna Design Week (+ slideshow).

Perforated shutters provide light and ventilation for Moonlight Cabin by Jackson Clements Burrows

Australian architects Jackson Clements Burrows added perforated shutters to the exterior of this holiday cabin "like a Gore-Tex jacket", providing light and ventilation when closed (+ slideshow).

Studio Dessuant Bone's Jurassic Light 117 is influenced by the Dorset coastline

London Design Festival 2015: to celebrate British design brand Another Country's five-year anniversary, Studio Dessuant Bone has designed a lamp to reflect the company's origins in the seaside county of Dorset (+ slideshow).

Explore Chicago's contemporary and historic architecture on our new Pinterest board

Dezeen is reporting from the first Chicago Architecture Biennial this week. Browse the city's newest projects, historic icons and lesser-known gems on our new Pinterest board, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House and the University of Chicago's Joe and Rika Mansueto Library by Helmut Jahn.

House in Seoul by OBBA features a retractable staircase and a loft for cats

Seoul studio OBBA has completed a house for a pair of newlyweds, featuring a floor that doubles as a bench, a retractable staircase and a dedicated loft for a pet cat (+ slideshow).

Nendo creates bottle and logo for Kenzo's unisex Totem fragrance

Japanese studio Nendo has created a perfume bottle for Paris fashion house Kenzo in the shape of a tiny totem pole.

Shai Langen daubs bodies with paint for Jo Goes Hunting's Run Away

Music: Amsterdam material designer Shai Langen made sculptural headpieces and covered models in hand-painted patterns for Jo Goes Hunting's Run Away music video.

Glass-walled boxes on stilts accommodate guests at Daniel Mayo's Vivood hotel

Guests at this hotel near the Spanish city of Alicante stay in prefabricated cabins, which are raised off the ground to reduce their impact on the rugged landscape and enable views over the adjacent valley (+ slideshow).

This week, the RCA was in hot water and Kate Moss became a designer

This week on Dezeen: London's Royal College of Art hit the headlines this week following the suspension of its world-famous Design Interactions course and supermodel Kate Moss (pictured right) announced her foray into interior design.

Studio Itai Bar-On's concrete Grid lamps are patterned with wireframe lines

Israel-based Studio Itai Bar-On has created a set of concrete pendant lamps that are patterned with a grid of lines designed to look like a digital wireframe model (+ slideshow).

Theaster Gates transforms abandoned Chicago bank into public arts centre

Chicago Architecture Biennial 2015: artist Theaster Gates has converted a derelict bank building in a low-income Chicago neighbourhood into a cultural venue with galleries, event space, and libraries for books and vinyl records (+ slideshow).

Local architects take on Windy City challenges at the Chicago Architecture Biennial

Chicago Architecture Biennial 2015: a capsule exhibition within the Biennial's main show focuses on the future of Chicago, with proposals including a peninsula on the Chicago River and a landscape of sunken spaces.

Wooden house by Suzuki Architects also contains a hair salon and a writing studio

The couple that occupy this combined home and workspace in Tokyo each have their own domain – downstairs is a salon for a hairdresser, while upstairs contains a workspace for a writer (+ slideshow).

Furniture by Bertoia, Jacobsen and Platner introduced with gold-plated finishes

Mid-century furniture pieces by designers including Warren Platner, Harry Bertoia and Arne Jacobsen are being reproduced as gold versions thanks to improvements in metal-coating technology (+ slideshow).

Yale partners with Nest to launch keyless Linus smartlock

Security company Yale has partnered with Google-owned domestic technology firm Nest to release a door lock that can be remotely controlled.

RCA rector apologises for statements about staff

Breaking news: Royal College of Art rector Paul Thompson has published an official statement apologising for previous comments about departing staff and responding to reports of changes at the RCA – including the suspension of its Design Interactions course.

US job of the week: interior designer at MAD Architects

Our US job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an interior designer at MAD Architects in Los Angeles, which has designed a residential project resembling a hilltop village for Beverly Hills (pictured).