News: sink holes have been discovered in the residential neighbourhoods surrounding the construction site of one of the world's tallest skyscrapers – the 555-metre Lotte World Tower near Seoul by Kohn Pedersen Fox.
This bicycle by a team of Californian designers features a frame with two symmetrical connection points, allowing cyclists to customise accessories attached to the front and back (+ slideshow).
Over 300 mirrored flaps are lifted up and down by the breeze to animate the facade of this seaside structure in La Grande Motte, France, by NAS Architecture (+ slideshow).
Japanese architect Hiroyuki Tanaka has inserted a series of white boxes to house rooms within the concrete skeleton of this Tokyo house (+ slideshow).
A small town on the Danish island of Bornholm has become another destination for harbour swimming facilities, thanks to a series of new walkways and structures by Swedish firm White Arkitekter (+ slideshow).
A thin metal staircase provides access to the renovated attic space of this house in Belgium by Kortrijk design studio Five AM (+ slideshow).
Israeli designers Omer Polak and Michal Evyatar have blown coloured dough into set of edible balloons filled with different odours (+ movie).
News: Swiss office Fruehauf Henry & Viladoms has been selected ahead of Kengo Kuma, Bernard Tschumi and Studio Mumbai to envision a new wing for the Musée du Léman on the edge of Lake Geneva (+ slideshow).
Dezeen promotion: a surfboard for the city, smart boxing gloves and "the world's first" open-source greenhouse are among the winners of the LaunchBox new product contest.
Internal lighting shines between the vertical larch battens that clad this extension to a primary school near Basel by Swiss firms Zwimpfer Partner Architekten and BBK Architekten.
Architecture firm Dash Marshall has converted a former pencil factory into a shared workspace for Brooklyn's creative entrepreneurs (+ slideshow).
News: American film director George Lucas has appointed Beijing firm MAD and Chicago-based Studio Gang Architects to design his proposed art museum on Chicago's lakefront.
Central Saint Martins graduate Bruno Schillinger combined randomly selected characteristics to create a collection of desktop products with functions dictated by their forms (+ slideshow).
This timber-framed house in Japan's Ehime Prefecture was designed by architect Takashi Okuno with a sprawling plan that frames five separate gardens and terraces (+ slideshow).
Robotically-produced Corian panels were joined to laser-cut mirrors to create the curves of this pavilion in the garden of Sydney's Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, designed by Australian studio AR-MA (+ slideshow).
News: London art college Goldsmiths has unveiled plans for a new gallery in a converted bathhouse, designed by London architecture collective Assemble.
Dezeen Watch Store: industrial designer Michael Young has launched an updated version of his iconic PXR-5 digital watch exclusively at Dezeen Watch Store.
Royal College of Art graduate Offer Canfi has envisioned a future for cycling in which inductive bicycle lanes could be used to wirelessly charge electric bikes and other devices on the go.
See the latest from our recruitment site Dezeen Jobs, including positions with Grimshaw, Foster + Partners and OMA, whose industrial headquarters for Dutch denim brand G-Star RAW is pictured.
Studio Gil used a combination of exposed concrete and reclaimed iroko wood to unite the interior of this extension to a Victorian terraced house in east London with its redeveloped garden.