The second project on Dezeen this week by Japanese studio UID Architects is a small gallery in Fukuyama surrounded by timber fins (+ slideshow).
Turkish architecture studio Autoban has designed giant wooden "cocoons" for the interior of the new international terminal at Baku airport in Azerbaijan (+ slideshow).
Japanese studio Nendo has designed a collection of white metal furniture with folded, bent and curved details for Italian brand Desalto (+ slideshow).
The two largest available cranes in the Netherlands were used to hoist up this house by Dutch architects Tim Piët and Jos Blom so it could be transported by boat to a hard-to-reach waterside site (+ slideshow).
New York artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz has created a sculptural wooden cabinet that slides apart to look like it has exploded (+ slideshow).
This floating wooden bridge by Dutch studio RO&AD snakes across the surface of a moat surrounding an 18th-century fortress in the city of Bergen op Zoom (+ slideshow).
A spine of steel framework runs the length of this Greek restaurant in London by Athens designers K-studio (+ slideshow).
British designer Max Lamb has used latex curtains and London Underground railings inside a new east London boutique for fashion brand Opening Ceremony (+ slideshow).
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News: OMA has won planning permission to transform a 19th-century structure in Paris into a gallery and studio for contemporary artists, commissioned by French department store Galeries Lafayette.
News: the Venezuelan government is forcibly evicting hundreds of families from Torre David, the abandoned skyscraper in Venezuela that squatters have turned into a role model for informal communities.
The overlapping layers of this house by Japanese studio UID Architects form terraces that extend inside and living rooms that open out to the garden (+ slideshow).
Dezeen Watch Store: new content on our watch store blog includes an interview with the designers of the Activité watch, which they claim is the first to put smartwatch functionality in a traditional-looking Swiss timepiece.
This modular honeycomb of wooden sleeping cells by a team of Belgian designers could provide a solution for people avoiding music festivals because they don't like sleeping in tents (+ slideshow).
This community viewing platform and play area, designed by Hong Kong architects Olivier Ottevaere and John Lin, provides a loop that rises up to overlook rice terraces carved into the surrounding valleys (+ slideshow).
Oak herringbone patterns the walls of this minimal concept store in northern Italy by Archiplan Studio (+ slideshow).
Vertical strips of travertine stone cover the facades of these apartment buildings in the Swiss village of Crans-près-Céligny by Group8asia, altering the appearance of the structures when viewed from different angles.
News: London 2012 Olympics organisers have agreed an out-of-court settlement with American firm Atopia following a legal dispute over the iconic 2012 cauldron design by Thomas Heatherwick.
News: architect Jane Duncan has been elected to become the next president of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
News: a new London gallery housing the collection of British artist Damien Hirst is set to open next spring in a row of converted and extended theatre warehouses by Caruso St John Architects.