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Timber-lined roof perches at an angle on top of Chilean seaside home


A slanted roof with a timber underside is elevated above this top-heavy house on the Chilean coast, designed by architects Alvaro Arancibia and Sebastian Coll (+ slideshow).

This week on Dezeen


This week we reported on Patrik Schumacher's rant against critics, proposals by Snohetta (pictured) and SANAA for a new Budapest museum, and all the highlights from Milan's annual design week.

Dezeen's #milanogram2015 highlights: day five


Milan 2015: it's been raining in Milan today and visitors have been posting their damp experiences to our #milanogram2015 Instagram hashtag.

Belly of the Beast is a hillside folly with a scruffy coat made from old tyres


Scraps of rubber tyres create a shaggy coat around this narrow tower created by architecture students Matt Ritani and Declan Burn on a countryside sculpture trail in New Zealand.

Milan's Salone del Mobile is still "the centre of the furniture design world" says Jasper Morrison


Milan 2015: Jasper Morrison has defended Milan's Salone Del Mobile, saying it is "by far the most important event for the furniture industry" and that his earlier criticisms of the fair were a "mistake" (+ interview).

Simon Morasi Piperčić stretches Italian leather over steel frame to create Strain chair


Milan 2015: furniture brand Prostoria is presenting a lounge chair with a stretched leather backrest and tubular steel support at Milan's Salone del Mobile furniture fair (+ slideshow).

Concrete house in Maison Le Cap features mirrored glazing to reflect the seaside scenery


Four concrete boxes make up this holiday home by Paris architect Pascal Grasso, which nestles into a verdant hillside on the southern coast of France (+ slideshow).

Designers create transportable leather furnishings for Louis Vuitton


Milan 2015: a swinging cocoon chair by the Campana brothers and seats made from leather petals by Raw Edges are among the contributions to a collection of portable furnishings for French fashion house Louis Vuitton (+ slideshow).

Job of the week: architects at Grimshaw


Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is a position for mid to senior architects at Grimshaw, whose current projects include a 90-storey skyscraper for Sydney.

Richard Hutten's X-Chair for Moroso is designed to be seen from behind


Milan 2015: Dutch designer Richard Hutten has created a chair with a distinctive X-shaped connector on the back.

Alberto Biagetti and Laura Baldassari upholster gym equipment with fur and leather


Milan 2015: beaver fur and hand-stitched leather cover the familiar forms of gym apparatus in this furniture and lighting collection influenced by body-building culture (+ slideshow).

Oficina d'Arquitectura's Portuguese guest house is cut in two by a recessed entrance


A void in the centre of this gabled guest house near Porto contains an entrance onto a patio that links it to the adjacent main property (+ slideshow).

GamFratesi covers Milanese cloister with mirrors for Mindcraft exhibition of Danish design


Milan 2015: design duo GamFratesi recruited established names like Cecilie Manz and Ole Jensen to exhibit alongside new designers in a mirrored installation for the Mindcraft exhibition in Milan.

University model-making workshop by Atelier ARS features walls that fold open


A grid of louvred doors and shutters form the exterior of this model-making workshop in Guadalajara, Mexico, allowing enough natural ventilation to prevent dangerous fumes from building up inside (+ slideshow).

Dezeen's #milanogram2015 highlights: day four


Milan 2015: close-up details, architectural facades and textile surfaces are increasingly popping up in our #milanogram2015 Instagram hashtag, as visitors seek out creative new ways of presenting exhibitions and products.

Bethan Laura Wood creates installation of oversized canapés for lettuce-shaped plates


Milan 2015: British designer Bethan Laura Wood has created an installation of giant canapé-shaped sculptures for the relaunch of a 1960s tableware collection cast from lettuce leaves.

Snøhetta designs new visual identity for Norway's national parks


Architecture and design studio Snøhetta has developed a new graphic identity for Norway's 44 national parks, featuring a logo designed to look like a doorway on a hillside (+ slideshow).

Hella Jongerius updates her "young classic" Polder sofa


Milan 2015: Dutch designer Hella Jongerius has spent four years updating her iconic Polder sofa for Swiss furniture brand Vitra, which was launched in Milan this week.

Dezeen Mail #249


The latest news from Milan design week, including United Nude's 3D-printed shoes by Zaha Hadid and the UK's pavilion for the World Expo, feature in this week's Dezeen Mail.

Moooi's Milan 2015 exhibition is captured in a 360-degree virtual showroom


Extra Moooi: take a closer look at the huge portraits that provide the backdrop for new furniture, homeware and carpets by Dutch brand Moooi with this digital version of its Unexpected Welcome exhibition in Milan.


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