Zigzagging parquet covers every surface of the swimming pools, spa buildings and patio designed by Stockholm studio Claesson Koivisto Rune for an 18th-century mansion in the south of Sweden.
Melbourne Design Week has put the focus on Australia's legal replica furniture market with an exhibition of fake Jasper Morrison chairs that have been burned, cut, glitter-bombed and otherwise altered.
Our job of the day from Dezeen Jobs is for an architect at Herzog & de Meuron, to work on the firm's National Library of Israel project in Jerusalem. More ›
The stacked volumes that make up this multipurpose building in Seoul's Gangnam district are clad in various materials and diminish in size like the components of a nested Russian doll.
Texas studio Tim Cuppett Architects has created a family dwelling with a "camp-like aesthetic", which features a pool terrace, a large screened porch and a material palette influenced by the natural landscape.
São Paulo firm AZM Arquitetos has built a home in the city that expands onto a verdant lawn, while a series of planted spaces open to the sky continue the greenery through the property.
Tel Aviv design student Iftach Gazit has designed food bags that could be added to the laundry cycle to cook dinner at the same time.
London designer Moritz Waldemeyer based this headgear for the lead singer of Jamiroquai on an endangered animal called the pangolin, creating scale-like sections that move and light up.
A cloud hanging over this shed-like pavilion in Missouri rains onto the roof whenever someone sits inside.
This board-marked concrete holiday house by Luciano Kruk steps over a sand dune in a coastal town near Buenos Aires, offering its summer residents views of a pine and acacia forest beyond.
After being evicted from his studio to make way for a new property development, London designer Paul Cocksedge reacted by excavating material from the floor to produce a new series of furniture.
Balconies with bronze frames break up the brick exterior of these three housing blocks in northwest London by Alison Brooks Architects – a finalist for this year's Mies van der Rohe Award.
Timber-clad rooms are stacked vertically and rotated around a spiral staircase to form this hotel in China's Anhui province, treating guests to 360-degree views of the surrounding tree-covered mountains.
Our job of the day from Dezeen Jobs is for architects of various levels to join UNStudio's Amsterdam office, which completed its first building in Belgium last year (pictured). More ›
British designer Tom Dixon will launch several new lighting collections at Milan design week, including the highly polished Cut, which casts a kaleidoscopic reflection when switched on.
Architecture firm Zeller & Moye has outfitted an old residence with a sprawling rooftop garden, serving as a getaway within a crowded neighbourhood in the Mexican capital.
Mexican architecture studio Arqmov Workshop has overhauled a V-shaped industrial building by adding a patterned facade, windows that angle outward and a prominent entrance on the pointy corner.
Pink accents contrast the pale palette that US firm ASH NYC has used for the interior of this farm-to-counter restaurant in Boston.
Malaysian design office No-To-Scale Studio has issued a satirical proposal to President Trump, suggesting a radical means of representing the US-Mexico border: a 1,954 mile-long dining table.
The next sculpture to be erected on the Fourth Plinth in London's Trafalgar Square will be a winged bull by artist Michael Rakowitz, which is based on an ancient Iraqui artefact destroyed by Islamic militant group ISIS.