An all-female team has won a contest seeking ideas for how the UK government could instigate growth in the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford corridor, with plans to revitalise six villages by adding housing, and a network of cycling and pedestrian routes.
Moriyama-San, the hour-long film made by Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine about the occupant of Ryue Nishizawa's seminal Moriyama House, will be available to watch on Dezeen this week – but only for a limited time!
The past year has seen a wide variety of new furniture designs released. Editorial intern Alice Finney has picked out 10 of the best, from a shape-shifting table designed by Thomas Heatherwick to the first collaborative collection from IKEA and Hay.
The founder of the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards has vowed to increase the number of women on its jury, and has suspended a member of staff after a backlash against its "shocking" gender balance.
London-based designer Phil Cuttance has expanded his range of handmade herringbone objects to include a tray, a vase, and a pen pot.
A forest chapel in Japan, an oyster-shell-inspired ferry terminal in Italy and a grain silo converted into an art museum in South Africa are among the projects shortlisted for the second edition of the RIBA International Prize.
Apple's chief designer Jonathan Ive has hit back at the "utterly bizarre" criticisms of the controversial Apple Park, and is returning to managing the brand's product design teams.
A door carved with cartoon aquatic creatures, a bronze oatmeal bowl, and a spherical room for peace and quiet were among US editor Dan Howarth's favourite items shown at last week's Design Miami fair.
These new images offer a glimpse inside Japanese architect Shigeru Ban's Terrace House for Vancouver, set to become the tallest hybrid timber structure in the world once complete.
Brooklyn creative hub A/D/O and London design curator Jane Withers are teaming up to investigate new and innovative ways of approaching drinking water.
Set designer Es Devlin has created an immersive installation at the Miami Beach Edition Hotel, which is inspired by the experience of waking up in an unfamiliar hotel room.
Reclaimed materials form simple geometries in this farmhouse in North Carolina by design-built firm Buildsense, which sought to balance the modern appeal of a contemporary home with the cosiness of a rustic farm.
Dezeen promotion: a shoe that leaves a trail of messages behind as you walk and a tool for leaving comments on newspapers have been named the first winners of Makerversity's protest-themed competition.
These images taken by Dutch photographer Iwan Baan capture the mountainous forms of MAD's new Beijing skyscraper complex against a humid August sky. Read more
Our pick of the best architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs this week include positions with designer Bethan Laura Wood, and architecture firms ALA and Michael Green Architecture.
Architecture practice Core Collective has completed a house in Tasmania featuring a robust material palette of concrete, steel, masonry and timber that complements its rural seaside setting.
A golden cage protesting Donald Trump's border-control measures and an "obese house" in Vienna are among some of the installations created in 2017.
These photographs by Luc Boegly and Sergio Grazia show the complex engineering of the vast dome that is suspended over the galleries of Jean Nouvel's Louvre Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.
Monolithic board-marked concrete volumes make up this seaside concert hall, built by Rojkind Arquitectos for the philharmonic orchestra of Mexican city Boca del Rio.
This apartment in Alicante has had its interior walls removed to create a bright and spacious living space punctuated by brightly coloured niches inspired by the palette used by Danish design brand Hay.