Monterrey studio Greenfield used walls of rammed earth and rugged stone to frame the rooms of this villa for the staff of an animal breeding facility in Mexico's Maderas del Carmen natural park (+ slideshow).
Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with Gothenburg-based Studio Esinam to give readers the chance to win its latest monochrome prints showing elevations of iconic structures in London.
Exclusive: BIG founder Bjarke Ingels says Google's ambitions for its Silicon Valley campus had to be reigned in to create a unique working environment that is "buildable and doable" (+ movie).
Visualisations of Google's new headquarters designed by BIG and Heatherwick, Li Edelkoort's predictions for the death of fashion and a coastal home in Portugal (pictured) feature in Dezeen Mail issue 243.
Dezeen promotion: the designjunction show is set to take place in three cities this year – bringing international furniture, lighting and accessories to Milan, New York and London.
News: the UK's House of Lords has called for stricter rules on drone management, but says that the production of unmanned aerial vehicles in the European Union could create 150,000 jobs.
Triangular facets give a folded appearance to the bare concrete facade of this house in Argentina by local architect Nicolás Campodonico (+ movie).
Competition: Dezeen is giving 40 readers a code to fast-track designs created for Kram/Weisshaar's Robochop installation, which allows users to remotely control a robotic arm that shapes cubes of foam into furniture (+ movie).
News: Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby have announced their departure from teaching roles on the Design Interactions course at London's Royal College of Art.
An old house perched at the foot of the Swiss Alps has been converted into a museum and gallery to exhibit the work of a local artist.
Australian architect Andrew Maynard has doubled the size of a house in Victoria by adding a row of skinny gabled blocks, intended to make the building look like a small village rather than a monolithic block (+ slideshow).
Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: architect and researcher Ammar Mirjan explains how drones could be programmed to construct buildings in the first of two movies about the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in architecture.
Collages and sketches of designs by the late architect and Future Systems founder Jan Kaplický have been collected together for an exhibition at the Architectural Association in London (+ slideshow).
Comments update: trend forecaster Li Edelkoort's declaration of the death of fashion led the debate this week.
Business news: design e-commerce platform Fab.com has been bought by manufacturing company PCH, which has plans to sell unique products alongside the website's existing offering of furniture and accessories.
An old train carriage forms one half of this family home in Takasago, Japan, while the other half looks like it could be a railway station (+ slideshow).
Shoes appear to rest on huge rolls of white paper inside this Camper store in Stockholm – the third interior design concept that Japanese studio Nendo has developed for the Spanish shoe brand.
Australian studio Mihaly Slocombe has returned to a Melbourne home it completed almost a decade ago to add a timber nursery annex patterned with circular cutouts (+ slideshow).
Stockholm 2015: design studio Färg & Blanche has launched a collection of upholstered stools for Gärsnäs, the Swedish furniture brand that already produces its Emma and Emily chairs.
Lifeguard outposts along Toronto's frozen waterfront have been converted into a series of installations and pavilions, including a set of bright red swings and a spiky timber folly (+ slideshow).