Danish design brand Muuto's latest collection features skinny tables, magnetic ceramic vases and a chair made from recycled fibres (+ slideshow).
Arched windows stretch across the brick walls of this three-pronged house by Belgian architect Dieter De Vos, in a municipality just outside Ghent (+ slideshow).
Snøhetta has revived an old wooden boathouse on a Norwegian island to create a dormitory for children visiting an annual summer camp (+ slideshow).
Comments update: four bikes by prolific designer Philip Starck were unveiled at Eurobike, sparking one of the more amusing conversations on Dezeen last week.
British designer Tom Dixon will launch a home accessories collection including mouth-blown barware and scent diffusers at Paris design show Maison & Objet, which has named him Designer of the Year.
See the latest from our recruitment site Dezeen Jobs, including positions with Aesop, Mariko Mori Studio and design company Deadgood, whose collection includes pentagonal pendant lights (pictured) by British designer David Irwin.
Brooklyn artist Ted Lawson hooked himself up to a robotic painting machine that used his blood as ink to draw a nude portrait of himself (+ movie).
Dezeen Guide: September is set to be a busy month of architecture and design events, with festivals taking place in London, Paris, Helsinki, Beijing (pictured) and more.
News: a Youtube user has uploaded aerial footage of the construction site for the Foster + Partners-designed Apple Campus shot using a GoPro video camera mounted on an unmanned aerial vehicle (+ movie).
Images from the history of cinematography are printed onto the glass facade of the National Film School on the outskirts of Dublin, by local architecture office ABK (+ slideshow).
News: this competition-winning design by SURE Architecture envisions a futuristic skyscraper that could house an entire city – with its own ecosystem and a spiralling form that could be extended infinitely upwards.
A mezzanine hammock, an adaptable seating cube on wheels, and a combined staircase and bookshelf have been added to this play and study space for a brother and sister, designed by Russian studio Ruetemple (+ slideshow).
A complex arrangement of overlapping wooden joists gives a twisted roof to this dental surgery in Osaka Prefecture by Japanese studio Kohki Hiranuma Architect & Associates (+ slideshow).
The wild rural landscape extends up over the roof of this riverside house in Suffolk, England, which was designed by British firm Soup Architects with walls built from handmade bricks (+ movie).
A concrete staircase ascends to a mezzanine office at this menswear showroom inside a former sewing factory in the Polish city of Katowice, which was renovated by architect Grzegorz Layer (+ slideshow).
Dutch designers Studio Makkink & Bey collaborated with a family of craftspeople in northern India to develop a collection of Jaipur-clay ceramics (+ slideshow).
This house in Spain by Swiss architect Gus Wüstemann features a largely windowless exterior, but an internal courtyard surrounded by perforated walls ensures that light permeates the building all year round (+ slideshow).
Milan designer Paolo Dell'Elce has based the shapes of these mirror-polished spun brass vases for Swedish metalware company Skultuna on vessels in paintings by a 20th century Italian artist.
Following our special feature exploring unusually slimline homes, we've created a Pinterest board filled with the skinniest houses from the pages of Dezeen.
Bergen Academy of Art and Design student Hedda Torgersen designed this desk lamp to look like a "long-legged character".