Letters from the Hollywood sign appeared to have toppled from their position in the Santa Monica Mountains, as part of an installation by London studio Ordinary Architecture (+ slideshow).
London Design Festival 2014: the daughter of British designers Robin and Lucienne Day talks to Dezeen about preserving her parents' legacy and the launch of a new version of her father's much replicated 675 Chair (+ interview + slideshow).
London Design Festival 2014: east London design brand Vitamin has unveiled its latest range of products at designjunction (+ slideshow).
This week we published architecture for cats, the latest news from London Design Festival 2014 and continued our series on Brutalist buildings. Read on for more architecture and design highlights from the past seven days.
News: the editor of one of Italy's leading design magazines has denied that her country's industry is in decline and believes that "Milan is still the international capital of design" (+ interview).
Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: in the final behind-the-scenes movie about our Dezeen and MINI Frontiers exhibition, Pernilla Ohrstedt explains the concept behind her stand design for the show.
Opinion: the way we consume architecture online has changed thanks to social media, creating a new genre of imagery – meme-tecture. Alexandra Lange offers her guide to making an architectural meme. (more...)
This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an architect at McDowell+Benedetti, whose apostrophe-shaped rotating bridge in Hull, England, is pictured.
The zigzagging profile of this courtyard bar in Liverpool, England, mimics the gabled roofline of the warehouses that provide its backdrop (+ slideshow).
Brutalism: as part of our ongoing series on Brutalism, we asked architects including Kengo Kuma, David Adjaye and Amanda Levete to reveal their favourite buildings from the radical post-war movement.
London Design Festival 2014: artist Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert explains the concept behind his glass installation at the V&A in this movie produced by Dezeen for champagne brand Perrier-Jouët.
London Design Festival 2014: architect Amanda Levete has opened a pop-up restaurant in London's Soho where tins of fish and seafood are displayed in a "a museum-type vitrine" before being dished up to customers to eat straight out of the can (+ slideshow).
London Design Festival 2014: designer Andrea Mancuso and architect Emilia Serra have collaborated with ceramicist Alessio Sarri to create vases by detonating gunpowder-filled wet-clay forms before firing.
Architect Óscar Miguel Ares Álvarez added a windowless white facade to this former slaughterhouse in a Spanish village, as part of its conversion into a gallery and community centre (+ slideshow).
London Design Festival 2014: London designer Dominic Wilcox has unveiled a life-size concept car design for a future where driverless technologies make the roads safe enough to drive vehicles made of glass (+ slideshow).
Architecture for cats, a dancing traffic light and the latest products, installations and exhibitions from London Design Festival 2014 feature in this week's Dezeen Mail issue 220.
Pharrell Williams has become the second major American music producer to launch a design range this week with trainers and sportswear for Adidas (+ slideshow).
Dezeen promotion: Beijing Design Week is returning to the Chinese capital this month to present design, art and creativity from across the country.
British designer Torsten Sherwood developed a scaled-up construction toy to build temporary hideaways for his Designers in Residence commission at London's Design Museum (+ slideshow).
London Design Festival 2014: Dezeen's editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs and designer Dominic Wilcox will both be signing books at the Dezeen Watch Store pop up at designjunction tomorrow – just one of a number of events we are hosting around the city this week.