A house in Singapore featuring a cantilevered concrete room was popular last week, so we've created a new Pinterest board that collects together staggering cantilevered buildings, walkways and structures.
The 77 individuals who lost their lives during the 2011 terrorist attacks in Norway will be commemorated by this competition-winning intervention by Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg to sever a strip of headland from the coastline near Oslo.
Rotterdam-based Studio Makkink & Bey has added an industrial playground with a decorative perimeter fence to a Mecanoo-designed housing complex in Reimerswaal, the Netherlands.
Books, records, plant pots and even shoes can be turned into musical instruments thanks to British designer Nick Brennan’s Sound Pegs device (+ slideshow).
News: Dutch studio MVRDV has revealed its competition-winning design to create a bowl-shaped art depot for the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam with a mirrored exterior and a rooftop sculpture garden.
A triangular section of frame at the top of this mirror by German design duo Kaschkasch Cologne allows it to rest neatly in the corner of a room.
This week on Dezeen our most popular story has been a series of illustrations featuring houses based on works by artists including Roy Lichtenstein, Damien Hirst and Marcel Duchamp.
News: a British firm has unveiled the world's longest aircraft - a hybrid of airship, plane and helicopter that can stay airborne for up to three weeks.
News: work is nearing completion on an upgraded first floor for the Eiffel Tower that will offer visitors the opportunity to walk over a glass floor or host events and conferences 57 metres above the ground.
This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is a position for a product designer at Samsung Design Europe. Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
Dezeen promotion: registration is now open to attend this year's Clerkenwell Design Week festival in central London from 20 to 22 May.
Japanese design studio Nendo collaborates with Spanish shoe company Camper to create more water-resistant version of long-selling Peu Ideal shoe.
Design strategy collective Urban-Think Tank has designed and built a prototypical house as part of an initiative to improve housing conditions for slum dwellers in some of the 2700 informal settlements across South Africa (+ movie).
This reflective metal-clad box containing a restaurant rises like a periscope above a small shopping complex in São Paulo by French-Brazilian architecture office Triptyque (+ slideshow).
This pendant lamp based on a flower by Russian designer Constantin Bolimond would open and illuminate when it senses low light.
A concrete room cantilevers over a swimming pool as part of this extension to a postwar property in Singapore by local office Formwerkz Architects.
Dutch firm Studio Makkink & Bey has created a collection of furniture for a nomadic future including a backpack that becomes a sofa bed, a carrycot that becomes a table and a walking cane that turns into an illuminated screen (+ slideshow).
This steel and glass elevator shaft designed by Spanish architecture firm Ah Asociados rises out of a hillside on the outskirts of Pamplona in Spain to connect a suburb with the city (+ slideshow).
Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: designer Eric Klarenbeek, who displayed a chair made out of 3D-printed fungus at Dutch Design Week in October, says the technique could be used to create larger, more complex structures.
Dezeen Mail issue 192 leads with Foster's skinny skyscraper in New York and a new Hollywood campus for arts school Emerson College (pictured), plus includes the latest news, jobs, competitions and reader comments from Dezeen.