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Sibling installs wireframe "matrix" in Squint/Opera's Melbourne office

Sydney design studio Sibling has installed a grid system based on 3D rendering programmes to define the working areas within the new Australian headquarters for digital animation studio Squint/Opera (+ slideshow).

DBLO Associates adds perforated steel staircase to refurbished London home

This staircase inserted into a terraced house in London features alternating treads that make the most of a tight space, and perforated steel surfaces that allow light to filter through.

Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance creates colourful modular seating for Bernhardt Design

French designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance has created a collection of lozenge-shaped seats for American brand Bernhardt Design, intended to break up large public spaces like lobbies and lounges (+ slideshow).

Studio GAON creates multiple frames on Seoul photography studio facade

Protruding windows and overlapping walls create the impression of picture frames on the exterior of this office and studio for a photographer in Seoul, completed by local firm Studio GAON (+ slideshow).

"Can design reclaim and redeem the humble souvenir?"

Opinion: designers could offer beautiful, meaningful and lasting alternatives to the mass-produced souvenirs offered inside London's tourist shops, says Will Wiles.

Postmodern buildings: San Cataldo Cemetery by Aldo Rossi

Pomo summer: Aldo Rossi's unfinished San Cataldo Cemetery in Modena, Italy, is considered one of the seminal Postmodern works.

Movie shows features of Converse's redesigned Chuck Taylors

Converse has released a movie to present the updates of its classic Chuck Taylor All Star basketball sneakers, which have been redesigned for the first time in over 80 years.

Dezeen Mail #264

Zaha Hadid's mountain museum (pictured), Converse's classic trainer redesign and the latest Walkie Talkie skyscraper scandal feature in Dezeen Mail issue 264.

Minimal luggage, clocks and footwear among Naoto Fukasawa's products for Muji

Muji announced the roll out of Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa's minimal kitchen appliances internationally last week.

Today we like: trainers

It's been a big week for trainers: Converse has redesigned their classic Chuck Taylor All Star for the first time in almost 80 years while Zaha Hadid and Pharrell Williams have collaborated on a pair of Adidas shell toes (pictured).

Sandstone-clad house in Wales designed by Hall + Bednarczyk to resemble local barns

Hall + Bednarczyk Architects paired rugged sandstone with contemporary details to create this rural house in Wales, which is designed to resemble local agricultural barns (+ slideshow).

Nendo's Twig chair features interchangeable wooden tops

Different wooden backrests and armrests slot into the top of this aluminium chair by Japanese studio Nendo.

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios designs larch-clad shelter for Roman ruins

This shelter for the remains of a Roman villa in Gloucestershire, England, is wrapped in slats of untreated larch so that it will blend peacefully into the landscape over time (+ slideshow).

Patricia Urquiola's Salinas kitchen system for Boffi hides wires and pipes

Italian brand Boffi will present a modular kitchen system by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola at its Chelsea showroom during London Design Festival 2015 (+ slideshow).

Canadian forest retreat by Christopher Simmonds stretches out towards lake views

The upper storey of this forest house near Ottawa projects out from the landscape, creating a cantilevered living room offering views through the trees towards a nearby lake (+ slideshow).

Object and Totem's hip flask fits on the wrist like a bracelet

Brooklyn ceramics studio Object and Totem has launched a wearable ring-shaped vessel, based on a circular 19th-century flask (+ slideshow).

NEXT Architects creates rippled facade for Fuzhou apartment block

Rippled facades create curved balconies for the residents of this apartment building completed by NEXT Architects in the Chinese city of Fuzhou (+ slideshow).

"World's longest and tallest tunnel slide" to wrap Anish Kapoor sculpture in London's Olympic park

Bblur Architecture has won approval to wrap a giant slide around the Anish Kapoor-designed ArcelorMittal Orbit sculpture in London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Linehouse installs diagonal partitions and mirrored panels in a Shanghai boutique

Slanted panels maximise display space against the crumbling concrete walls of this Shanghai streetwear shop, while reflective panels create a disorienting experience akin to a hall of mirrors (+ slideshow).

Zaha Hadid buries a museum in the peak of an Alpine mountain

Zaha Hadid has completed a museum for renowned climber Reinhold Messner at the top of Alpine peak Mount Kronplatz, featuring underground galleries and a viewing platform cantilevered over a valley (+ slideshow).