This cluster of gabled buildings by Hungarian office Bord Architectural Studio provides new tasting rooms for a winery in Hungary's Etyek-Buda region (+ slideshow).
This smartphone-controlled thermostat by French designer Philippe Starck can regulate itself by tracking residents' activities.
News: a manipulated photo showing Foster + Partners' Gherkin skyscraper as a flaccid phallus has been used by a UK pharmacy chain to advertise erectile dysfunction treatment.
Rounded lettering frames windows on the facade of this primary school in Bangalore by Indian firm Cadence (+ slideshow).
Prints by graphic designer Peter Saville adorn the garments and footwear in fashion brand Y-3's Spring Summer 2014 collection.
Movie: Dezeen takes a tour of the inaugural West End Design District during this year's London Design Festival, taking in highlights including the Sanderson hotel, shoe designer Tracey Neuls' store and the Republic of Fritz Hansen showroom. (more...)
Dezeen promotion: a range of delicate glass objects by Italian research centre Fabrica will be on show at the exhibition space of design brand Luminaire during Design Miami 2013 next month.
Dutch firm MVRDV has unveiled images of a tennis clubhouse with seating on the roof, which is to begin construction later this month in Amsterdam (+ slideshow).
New York studio REX has designed a sunlight-responsive sculpture that would prevent glare from a curved glass tower in Dallas scorching a Renzo Piano-designed museum.
A combined staircase and bookshelf is one of several multifunctional wooden furniture pieces that Swiss design studio Big-Game has inserted into two plain white apartments in Switzerland (+ slideshow).
News: Dezeen founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs has been named Business Web Editor of the Year by the British Society of Magazine Editors.
Dutch design studio FABRIC has installed a slatted wooden structure that creates a curvy maze in the garden of Rosenborg Castle in Copenhagen, Denmark (+ slideshow).
East London firm Studio 54 Architecture updated the facade of this house in a London mews by replacing a decorative gable with an austere black box and grey-painted brickwork.
Israeli designer Shira Keret used a water jet cutter to erode marble blocks into these plates and vessels.
An angular red corridor at the entrance to these offices for a motocross apparel company in California by Clive Wilkinson Architects leads to a corridor designed like a city street, with trees, benches and offices arranged off smaller side streets (+ slideshow).
American 3D-printer manufacturer 3D Systems has launched a handheld 3D scanner for capturing objects anywhere and instantly creating a printable file.
Dezeen and MINI World Tour: in our next movie from Eindhoven, Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Dave Hakkens shows us how his Precious Plastic recycling machines work and explains why he made the blueprints freely available online.
Here's another fashion collection by Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Martijn van Strien, which he designed for a fabled medieval land.
Dezeen promotion: the finalists for the New Design Britain Awards 2014 have been announced and their projects will be exhibited at trade show Interiors UK in January.
Opinion: in his latest column, Kieran Long argues that the causes tech billionaires donate their money to "tell us what they are scared of" and what the design challenges of the future are therefore likely to be, and asks whether designers and architects are prepared to go along with these visions.