Movie: gallery director Julia Peyton-Jones remembers the challenges involved in creating Álvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura's complicated, column-less Serpentine Gallery Pavilion.
This small commercial building in Portland, Oregon, designed by Works Partnership Architecture has an engineered timber frame that is visible behind a glass curtain wall (+ slideshow).
A brown cashmere coat, a pair of sand-coloured shoes and a piazza in Rome influenced Note Design Studio's renovation of this 1930s loft apartment in Sweden.
Danish homeware brand Lyngby Porcelain has put a 1978 blown-glass lamp design by Dutch designer Gijs Bakker back into production.
Refugee camps are the "cities of tomorrow", according to one of the world's leading aid experts. Explore more approaches to humanitarian architecture on our new Pinterest board, including Ikea's "unusually sensitive" flat-pack shelters and an earthquake-resistant school in Thailand.
A picturesque lake in Hampshire, England, is the setting for this fisherman's hut by Niall McLaughlin Architects, which can be opened up in summer and battened down in winter (+ slideshow).
Music: paper puppeteer and animator Winston Hacking has created a series of moving collages for the video to accompany Soupcans' Siamese Brutality track.
Shift Architecture Urbanism has built a spherical cinema, a cube-shaped gallery and an elevated walkway to create a complex of design, science and technology museums in the Netherlands (+ slideshow).
London design collective WMB Studio has created a miniature modular park that monitors air quality and offers plant-covered seating for passersby (+ slideshow).
White concrete is popular with architects thanks to its pure, uniform appearance, offering a less brutal alternative to board-marked and raw concrete.
Chilean studio DX Arquitectos has added a timber-framed roof extension to the home of a yoga teacher in Santiago, providing a studio where she can teach classes (+ slideshow).
This week on Dezeen: it was a bumper week for bridges, with Steven Holl's elevated design to span Copenhagen harbour revealed ahead of two proposals for pedestrian and cycle crossings in London.
Dutch Design Week 2015: Amsterdam studio Visser & Meijwaard has designed a range of colourful zip-up coffins to help make death less depressing.
German studio KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten's glass-covered design for the Shenzhen Art Museum and Library complex in China beat proposals from a number of star architects.
French designer Constance Guisset has created a machine that automatically aerates and adjusts the temperature of individual glasses of wine.
Our US job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an architect/designer at Abramson Teiger in California, whose Kelly Residence in Culver City is pictured. Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
Movie: American designer Marc Thorpe reveals which vegetable influenced his Husk chair for Moroso in our next exclusive movie for the Italian furniture brand.
Business news: San Francisco studio Wood Thumb is opposing Black Friday's discounting frenzy by upping the price of its products, adding a "Maker's Bonus" for its craftspeople.
The last chair designed by late Danish cabinetmaker Frits Henningsen has been put back into production by furniture company Carl Hansen & Søn.
This "floating" art and literary museum by American studio OLI Architecture is housed in a grouping of textured concrete blocks, which are elevated over a lake in China's Zhejiang Province (+ slideshow).