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Concrete retreat by Luciano Kruk sits on a sand-dune in Buenos Aires


A concrete volume projects from the top of a sand dune to form the upper level of this holiday home on the Argentinian coastline by local architect Luciano Kruk (+ slideshow).

Old timber-framed house transformed into a bakery by Movedesign


Japanese studio Movedesign has converted an old timber-framed house with parquet floors and exposed wooden beams into a bakery in downtown Fukuoka (+ slideshow).

Competition: five Double Dutch books to be won


Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with publishers Nai010 to give readers the chance to win one of five books full of the most innovative new architecture projects in the Netherlands.

"To tar all replica furniture companies with the same brush is neither fair nor accurate"


Opinion: reputable replica furniture companies make quality designer classics accessible to everyone says Chris Diemer, managing director of Voga, in response to comment by Vitra's Tony Ash.

"To tar all replica furniture companies with the same brush is neither fair nor accurate"


Opinion: replica furniture companies like Voga make quality designer classics accessible to everyone, as many were intended to be, says managing director Chris Diemer in response to comment by Vitra's Tony Ash.

Skrivo's Halo chair comprises two parts that slot together


Cologne 2015: Milan studio Skrivo has collaborated with Danish brand Soft Line to design a chair with a backrest that is inserted into the seat like a wafer in an ice cream.

Skrivo's Halo chair comprises two parts that slot together


Cologne 2015: Milan studio Skrivo has collaborated with Danish brand Soft Line to design a chair with backrest that is inserted into the seat like a wafer in an ice cream.

Dezeen Mail #238


A house that stretches down to a nearby reservoir (pictured), Foster + Partners' cycle-friendly tower and a residence with transparent walls feature in Dezeen Mail issue 238.

Wooden meeting rooms by Estelle Vincent include seating, lockers and a slide


Within the intricately moulded interiors of this Parisian office block, architect Estelle Vincent has inserted a trio of boxy timber meeting spaces – one of which is can be exited down a pale blue slide (+ slideshow).

BIG's Hot to Cold exhibition opens at the National Building Museum


The arches of the Great Hall inside Washington DC's National Building Museum currently host 60 models of conceptual and completed buildings, for BIG's first ever exhibition in North America (+ slideshow).

Glasgow-made watches by Paulin launch at Dezeen Watch Store


Dezeen Watch Store: Paulin wants to reinvigorate the British watchmaking industry – starting by designing and building its range of men's and women's watches in the brand's Scottish hometown.

Viktor & Rolf turns Van Gogh artworks into sculptural haute-couture garments


The expressive landscapes of Vincent van Gogh provided the visual cues for giant 3D flowers and enormous straw hats in Dutch fashion house Viktor & Rolf's Spring Summer 2015 haute-couture collection (+ slideshow).

Penny Webb's homeware changes colour in response to breath, touch or movement


Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Penny Webb has developed a lamp, a mirror and a textile that fluctuate in hue when subjected to different stimuli, even if they occur many miles away (+ movies).

Congress centre by Daniel Libeskind opens in Europe's 2015 Capital of Culture


As the Belgian town of Mons starts its year as European Capital of Culture, architect Daniel Libeskind has completed a convention centre with a golden metal exterior and a sharply pointed prow (+ slideshow).

Sling chair by Note Design Studio is sized for compact spaces


Stockholm 2015: Stockholm-based Note Design Studio has reduced the dimensions of a typical lounge chair so that this seat for Swedish brand Fogia will fit into increasingly smaller homes and offices.

University building by Pedro Reis combines a white box with a rough concrete base


The base of this sports university building in Portugal by architect Pedro Reis is a concrete plinth set into a hillside, while a long white box above contains classrooms (+ slideshow).

SO-IL wraps white plastic around New York's Storefront gallery


Brooklyn studio SO-IL has stretched a thin layer of white film over the facade of the Storefront gallery in New York, giving the building a vacuum-packed appearance (+ slideshow).

NASA plans to use drones for exploring Mars


News: NASA is testing an unmanned aerial vehicle that would scope out the terrain of the red planet to decide the best routes for rover vehicles to explore (+ movie).

Benjamin Hubert experiments with glass blowing to create Beacon lamps


Maison&Objet 2015: hand-cut patterns cast shadows from within these blown-glass lampshades by London designer Benjamin Hubert (+ slideshow).

Lego X turns toy building blocks into a digital modelling kit for designers


Lego bricks could be used to transfer designs into real-time digital files with this prototype system by London studio Gravity (+ movie).


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