To celebrate the Centre Pompidou's 40th anniversary, Paris-based studio GGSV has designed an interactive installation for children in the building's Galerie des Enfants exhibition space.
Ahead of our series of talks on Good Design for a Bad World, we've created a Pinterest board filled with architecture and design that engages with the big problems facing the world.
This public bathroom for a ranch in Mexico is built into the sloped terrain and covered by a prominent stepped roof, which is used for hosting events.
Dutch Design Week kicked off in Eindhoven today, and Dezeen is in town hosting debates about whether design can tackle global issues.
MVRDV founder Winy Maas joins a panel of speakers to discuss the relationship between city design and terrorism in this talk, which is the third in our Good Design for a Bad World series live from Dutch Design Week.
For the interior of this dried food store in Tokyo, Schemata Architects painted fixtures and fittings the same shade of red as the skinny building it is set inside.
Design's role in the ongoing refugee crisis is the focus of our next Good Design for a Bad World talk, which is the second in a five-part series we're streaming live from Dutch Design Week.
Crops are planted on the roofs of these houses in China's Sichuan Province, which were designed by Rural Urban Framework as a possible solution for accommodating people affected by natural disasters.
Kicking off Good Design for a Bad World, our series of talks about how design could tackle the world's big problems, Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs hosts a discussion on climate change live from Dutch Design Week.
A series of large-scale architecture and urbanism projects were unveiled for Toronto this week, including a trio of skyscrapers and an entire new smart city, while Frankfurt embarked on a Brexit building boom.
To encourage people to consume more tap water, Dutch designer Lotte de Raadt presents a range of terracotta carafes that naturally keep liquids cool at this year's Dutch Design Week, which starts today.
Simple black and white volumes form this home in Quebec City, which was built by local firm PARKA Architecture for a professional ice hockey player and his family.
Marble tables, coloured glass vases and bowls, and mirrors with concrete bases are among pieces by design studio Objects of Common Interest on show at New York gallery Matter.
French architect Jean Nouvel's residential development in Miami Beach, designed to combat rising sea levels, has secured significant funding and is now underway.
The latest mid-century motor lodge given a new lease of life as a boutique hotel is this property in California, which has been refreshed with a colour palette reminiscent of its former heyday.
Foster + Partners has designed its "most ambitious" Apple Store for Chicago, with huge glass walls and a slender roof that looks like a scaled-up version of the company's laptop computer.
Secret spaces beneath trapdoors, underground pools and subterranean yoga rooms feature in our latest Pinterest roundup, which focuses on homes with basements that defy the gloomy stereotype.
Canadian firm Hunter Office Architecture has built a stilted concrete house with ample glazing, which has a layout influenced by a traditional Hindu organisational system.
Architects and designers are too obsessed with being original and should get over their aversion to copying others, according to a new book co-written by Winy Maas of MVRDV.
A lace-like brickwork facade and an interior inspired by a couture jacket lining are just some of the fashion-inspired features of Studio KO's Musée Yves Saint Laurent in Marrakech. Read more