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S-shaped extension links two sides of Copenhagen's Mariehøj Kulturcenter

The roof of this extension to a Copenhagen cultural centre is shaped like an elongated S, and it appears to ramp up over the roof of one of the buildings it adjoins (+ slideshow).

Seung Jin Yang's Blowing chairs are made from party balloons

South Korean designer Seung Jin Yang has coated brightly coloured balloons in resin to create seats that look as if they have been inflated.

Larsson & Jennings timepieces arrive at Dezeen Watch Store

Dezeen Watch Store: Anglo-Swedish brand Larsson & Jennings' unisex timepieces are designed as minimal interpretations of traditional dress watches.

Royal College of Art to build £100 million design and technology campus in south London

The RCA is set to expand with another new campus near its existing buildings in Battersea, after the UK government pledged to contribute funding for the project in its autumn spending statement.

Apparatus creates Neo Marble collection influenced by ancient rituals

New York studio Apparatus has unveiled a marble lantern and vessel that embody "the visual language of ceremonial objects" (+ slideshow).

Bystrup triumphs in Nine Elms to Pimlico bridge contest with "elegant and simple" design

Danish firm Bystrup has been selected to design a new pedestrian and cycle bridge across the River Thames in west London – the same day another crossing was unveiled for the other side of the city.

OMA wins competition to design huge Manchester arts venue The Factory

Rem Koolhaas' firm OMA is to build its first major public building in the UK after winning an international competition to design The Factory in Manchester.

ARRO Studio creates Clarks Originals headquarters within historic warehouse

Paris-based ARRO Studio has transformed a 19th-century warehouse into the design studio for British shoe brand Clarks, adding factory-shaped volumes that house meeting rooms and offices (+ slideshow).

Driverless cars could spell the end for domestic flights, says Audi strategist

Self-driving cars could disrupt the airline and hotel industries within 20 years as people sleep in their vehicles on the road, according to a senior strategist at Audi.

Ark-inspired house by Apollo Architects features a symmetrical layout

Apollo Architects & Associates named this Tokyo house after Noah's Ark because it features a symmetrical floor plan and a pointed wooden roof.

London's first pedestrian and cycle bridge proposed for Canary Wharf

London studio reForm Architects has revealed plans for an opening bridge that would allow both pedestrians and cyclists to travel across the River Thames between Canary Wharf and Rotherhithe (+ movie).

Slaughtered bird flu-infected chickens transformed into furniture by Emilie van Spronsen

Dutch Design Week 2015: Dutch designer Emilie van Spronsen harvested feathers and bones from the corpses of bird flu-infected chickens to create this stool and urn.

JUNG Architectures adds zinc-clad extension to former leper hospital

Paris-based JUNG Architectures has converted an former French leper colony into a gallery, adding an zinc-clad extension that can be used for wine tasting (+ slideshow).

Goula/Figuera's modular lights resemble geometric ink illustrations

Barcelona design studio Goula/Figuera has created a collection of hanging lights that are based on thousands of drawings.

Concrete house in Mexico by Taller Hector Barroso cascades towards a lake

This house in Mexico is made up from a series of concrete boxes, which are staggered across a steep site to take in views of Lake Avándaro (+ slideshow).

Isay Weinfeld's first New York project is a luxury housing development

Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld has unveiled designs for his first New York project: a high-end residential building in the Chelsea neighbourhood (+ slideshow).

Holon Institute of Technology students create alternative pencil designs

Writing implements shaped like paintbrushes and squeezable tubes of paint feature in a collection of pencils designed by students from the Holon Institute of Technology.

Running Georg Jensen is "like being the most beautiful girl at the party" says CEO David Chu

Danish metalware brand Georg Jensen has shaken off its "dusty" reputation and now has high-profile designers queuing up to collaborate on products, according to creative director and CEO David Chu (+ slideshow).

Chipperfield and Rogers protest against "destruction" of London design school

Architects and designers including David Chipperfield, Richard Rogers, Jasper Morrison and Tom Dixon have joined a campaign against plans to move The Cass Faulty of Art, Architecture and Design and cut 19 of its courses.

"The biggest challenge architects have faced in a generation"

Comments update: the poor design of refugee camps was thrust into the spotlight this week after we interviewed one of the world's leading authorities on humanitarian aid.