Brazilian studios BCMF and MACh have added a cantilevered bar and sunken gallery to a private residential complex on the outskirts of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, which perches on a hillside overlooking the surrounding valleys (+ slideshow).
Israeli illustrator Noma Bar has created a wooden pavilion shaped like a bird with a leafy back among the trees of a wood in central Japan (+ slideshow).
Canadian studio Y2H has completed a series of cabin-inspired homes for a woodland development between the shores of Lake Superior and the Mont-Tremblant ski resort in Quebec (+ slideshow).
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has released new images of its design for a six-storey building that will house the International Spy Museum in Washington DC.
Ren Pepe Arquitetos has converted part of a former bank in Porto into a dental surgery, featuring geometric patterns that reference the city's many tiled frontages (+ slideshow).
Converse has redesigned its iconic canvas basketball shoe – the Chuck Taylor All Star – to appeal to a growing audience of non-sports-playing sneaker fans in the music, fashion, arts and design industries (+ slideshow).
Canadian architecture studio Scott & Scott used materials that "wear-in with use" for the interior of this pan-Asian restaurant in Vancouver (+ slideshow).
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Broad white piers and a colonnade suggest a Classical aesthetic on the facade of this small residence near Stockholm by architecture firm Hermansson Hiller Lundberg (+ slideshow).
OMA has unveiled its design for a new sports and science facility at Brighton College, England – a historic school campus made up of buildings by George Gilbert Scott and Thomas Graham Jackson.
Belgian duo Studio Job has patterned giant windows at the Faena Art Center in Buenos Aires with coloured symbols and replicated the motifs on the floor of a roller disco inside (+ slideshow).
This glass-fronted living room and surrounding garden have been added by New South Wales firm CO-AP on the rooftop of a house in Sydney's Darlinghurst (+ slideshow).
Instead of applying coloured pigments to these vases, Scottish designer Dean Brown has placed the powder in glass tubes and suspended it away from the undecorated surfaces (+ slideshow).
Architect Joris Verhoeven chose hand-moulded bricks for the walls of this asymmetric gabled house in the Belgian village of Riel (+ slideshow).
A plywood storage wall stores and displays furniture, ingredients and cooking apparatus at this Paris culinary workshop by architecture studio Septembre (+ slideshow).
Ian Anderson's Philadelphia-based ceramics studio has developed a collection of porcelain tableware by deforming traditional shapes, with the aim to increase, or at least maintain, the functionality of each piece (+ slideshow).
Graduate shows 2015: traditional machiya houses in the Japanese city of Kyoto are under threat from modern development, so Royal College of Art graduate Adam Roberts proposes stacking them up to make them more cost and space efficient (+ slideshow).
This week we reported on the latest controversy to hit Rafael Viñoly's Walkie Talkie skyscraper (pictured) and Pharrell Williams and Zaha Hadid's collaboration for Adidas, and published the first piece in our summer-long series on Postmodernism. Click through for more of the biggest architecture, in
Chybik+Kristof Associated Architects stacked prefabricated construction modules horizontally and vertically to create this staff cafeteria at the factory where they are produced (+ slideshow).
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