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Beijing lingerie factory by Crossboundaries encourages workers to spend time outside


A+Awards: Architizer A+Award-winning studio Crossboundaries has created a canyon through the middle of this production facility for a Chinese lingerie brand, which employees can enjoy on their breaks.

Zaha Hadid's will reveals £70 million fortune


Zaha Hadid's will has revealed details of her multi-million-pound estate, of which former business partner Patrik Schumacher is the only non-family beneficiary.

Jasper Morrison furnishes VitraHaus for a fictitious abstract artist


British designer Jasper Morrison has created a home for a fictional inhabitant inside the VitraHaus in Germany.

Gundry & Ducker adds sooty brick and glass extension to London house


A darkened brick tower and a glass volume form this extension by Gundry & Ducker, added to the rear of a north London residence to create a kitchen and living room with garden views.

Fellow designs app-controlled kettle for precise coffee brewing


San Francisco startup Fellow has designed a connected kettle that lets users precisely and remotely control its temperature for optimum coffee brewing.

DG Arquitecto Valencia reconfigures traditional Spanish townhouse


The original wooden doors and vaulted ceilings of this Valencian townhouse have been retained in renovation works carried out to improve its connection with a landscaped courtyard.

Scott Whitby Studio transforms shipping container into "caution cinema"


Scott Whitby Studio has used over 1,000 foam pyramids to transform a shipping container into a pop-up cinema where port workers can be taught vital health and safety information.

Where spam is born: Alastair Philip Wiper photographs the Tulip Pork Luncheon Meat factory


British photographer Alastair Philip Wiper has gone behind the scenes at a Danish factory to reveal the setting where pork luncheon meat – commonly known as spam – is produced.

Hyung Suk Cho bases minimal daybed on traditional Korean design and paintings


This daybed by Korean designer Hyung Suk Cho blends elements from traditional Korean furniture with the needs of modern houses.  Read more

White irregularly stacked boxes form social housing in France by Poggi + More


White caged balconies project from the sides of this social housing block by French collective Poggi + More, making it look like a series of irregularly stacked boxes.

Walls of glass, stone and wood line courtyards at Pitsou Kedem's House F


Pitsou Kedem Architects has completed a family home in the Savyon district of Israel, featuring living areas flanked by glazed walls facing onto private courtyards.

Defront's Hei tea set is designed to revive China's tea ceremony tradition


Chinese design brand Defront has created a tea service that it hopes will make traditional drinking ceremonies popular with the country's younger generation.  Read more

Dezeen's latest Pinterest board offers a vision of a robotic future


From self-driving grocery-delivering drones to Segway's hoverboard-butler hybrid, robots and their evolving uses within architecture, design and beyond are the focus of our latest Pinterest board. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

Tiny Heirloom micro cabin boasts spilt-level living space and a climbing wall


A climbing wall covers one side of this small mobile home by American company Tiny Heirloom. Read more

10 of the best monochrome home interiors from Dezeen's Pinterest boards


Pared-back student halls in Berlin and a Brussels residence with contrasting black-stained and white walls feature in this week's roundup from Pinterest, which highlights the best monochrome home interiors.

David Adjaye announced as guest of honour for IDS Toronto 2017


Dezeen promotion: British architect David Adjaye has been unveiled as the international guest of honour at this year's Interior Design Show in Toronto, which takes place next week.

Gravity Sketch VR software for creative professionals launches beta-testing platform


A beta version of a virtual-reality programme that gives designers the option to draw and manipulate 3D objects has launched.

Californian modernism informs Olsen twins' fashion store in Los Angeles


US firm Montalba Architects looked to California's modernist heritage to design this boutique set up by celebrity twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

Undulating roof covers Benthem Crouwel's rail and bus station in Utrecht


A wave-like roof covers this vast transport hub in Utrecht designed by Dutch firm Benthem Crouwel Architects for the largest railway station in the Netherlands.

OMA gets green light for £110 million arts centre in Manchester


Dutch firm OMA has been granted permission to build its first major UK project – a cultural centre in Manchester named Factory.


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