French architect India Mahdavi has used bubblegum-pink and mustard-yellow velvet panels for the interior of this London fashion boutique for RED Valentino.
Vibrant green stripes and angular roofs add character to the exterior of this school that architecture firm CEBRA has completed in Aabybro, Denmark (+ slideshow).
When creating this hand-painted music video for Oakland musician Makeunder, Carine Khalife looked to the works of figurative painter Francis Bacon (+ movie).
Normann Copenhagen has reopened its flagship furniture and homeware store in the Danish capital, where a steel corridor, mirrored walls and a space coloured entirely in pink have all been added (+ slideshow).
A 350-metre-long glass block ramps up from the runway of a former soviet airfield near the city of Tartu to form the Estonian National Museum, which officially opens to the public today (+ slideshow).
This week on Dezeen: Toyo Ito's cavernous opera house opened in the Taiwanese city of Taichung, while cultural buildings by Zaha Hadid Architects and Amanda Levete neared completion.
London Design Festival 2016: responsive paper shredders and fans that create moving colour effects feature in the Blend exhibition created by Dutch studio Raw Color at London's Aram Gallery (+ slideshow).
American firm Ward + Blake Architects has completed a residence and guest house in western Wyoming, which features rustic materials and sweeping views of the surrounding mountains (+ slideshow).
US set design studio Robert Storey has designed a plant-filled temporary retail space for online store Everlane in New York, influenced by the verdant conservatory at London's brutalist Barbican Estate (+ slideshow).
Finnish Modernist architect Alvar Aalto accidentally invented the skateboard bowl with a 1930s swimming pool design, according to a US skateboarding magazine and a Finnish newspaper.
Our US job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an architectural job captain at film studio 20th Century Fox in Los Angeles.
From a bed cocooned in an ice vortex to a colourful suite in America's first gay boutique hotel, this week we're counting down Dezeen's most-pinned hotel room interiors from all around the world (+ slideshow).
Dezeen Watch Store: a meeting in Hong Kong in 2008 led to the launch of the first Void watch on Dezeen and, shortly after that, the creation of Dezeen Watch Store.
Opinion: the UK's housing crisis is no accident, but has been carefully orchestrated to become a catch-all excuse for self-serving projects, argues Phineas Harper in his first Opinion column for Dezeen.
Beijing Design Week 2016: Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has brought his huge smog vacuum cleaner to Beijing, and claims he can "make a whole city smog-free" (+ movie).
This wooden stables on the edge of a Finnish forest features an asymmetric gabled roof which covers stalls for the horses and a lowered barn containing manure (+ slideshow).
Dezeen founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs will be the first digital journalist to be made an honorary fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Haworth white papers: co-working spaces popular with small companies and individual workers could help large corporations be more innovative, according to a report by office furniture giant Haworth.
The team behind the Gravity Sketch iPad app have launched new cross-platform software, which gives designers the option to draw and manipulate 3D objects in a virtual reality environment (+ movie).
Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a designer maker at London studio Glithero, which recently installed a kinetic "abstract clock" inside a stairwell at London's V&A museum (pictured).