Shanghai studio Ares Partners has converted a group of disused farm buildings into a boutique resort nestled among the rocky pinnacles of China's Yangshuo County (+ slideshow).
Rotterdam studio Shift has used a 14-metre multifunctional cabinet wall to create a "loft-like" openness to the ground floor of a historic townhouse in Amsterdam (+ slideshow).
Skyscrapers flanking a Dubai beach, a foliage-covered hotel in a Sri Lankan jungle and an island building recently destroyed by a volcano all feature on a shortlist for architectural photograph of the year (+ slideshow).
Our US job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a planning and design manager with Friends of the High Line, the non-profit organisation behind New York's elevated park on a disused railway line (pictured).
A "timeless ruin" covered in reflective materials was installed across the runway at Italian brand Miu Miu's Paris fashion show by Dutch studio AMO (+ slideshow).
Dezeen promotion: entries are now being accepted for this year's Global Irish Design Challenge – a competition that asks designers to address international issues through innovative products and concepts (+ slideshow).
Thin layers of oak veneer make up the three-piece wooden frame of this bicycle designed by student Niko Schmutz (+ slideshow).
Original features are paired with blackened steel in modular concrete furniture brand Isomi's first showroom, housed within a former print factory in London's Clerkenwell (+ slideshow).
The oxidised-steel walls and prefabricated construction of this community library and sports centre near Newcastle, England, are influenced by the region's ship-building heritage (+ slideshow).
Protruding bay windows and angular balconies feature in Rotterdam firm MVRDV's proposal for a greenery-covered high-rise complex in Amsterdam's financial district.
Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a design manager at contemporary hotel group The Hoxton's east London location (pictured).
Three sports cars appear to soar up into the sky outside auto brand Porsche's museum in Stuttgart as part of this sculpture by British artist and designer Gerry Judah.
Half greenhouse, half rust-coloured barn, this spa and events space by Tailor Made Arkitekter stands on the edge of Lake Vättern in southern Sweden (+ slideshow).
London designer Michael Anastassiades has created a range of lamps using tubular bulbs and brass rods arranged in various configurations.
A wooden floor that curves up to become a wall allows light and air to flow through this bathhouse by Japanese studio Kubo Tsushima Architects.
Chicago Architecture Biennial 2015: a stark installation on the Chicago lakefront by artist Sarah FitzSimons features the outline of a traditional two-storey American house (+ slideshow).
London Design Festival 2015: British designer Ross Lovegrove has created a range of aluminium-encased wireless Bluetooth speakers for KEF, based on an earlier design for the UK audio brand.
The first official photographs of SANAA's sinuous cultural centre at the Grace Farms nature reserve in Connecticut have been released ahead of its opening tomorrow (+ slideshow).
Dezeen promotion: architecture and design festival Archtober returns to New York City this month, with more than 200 events taking place across the five boroughs (+ slideshow).
Chicago Architecture Biennial 2015: architecture studio Ultramoderne has completed its competition-winning Chicago pavilion, which was built using the largest lengths of timber that can be shipped across North America (+ slideshow).