London architect Farshid Moussavi has overhauled three stories of an existing Georgian building in the city's West End to create the first physical retail space for Victoria Beckham's eponymous fashion label (+ slideshow).
News: Markthal Rotterdam, the covered food market and housing development shaped like a giant arch by Dutch architects MVRDV, has officially opened today after five years of construction (+ slideshow).
World Architecture Festival 2014: a house with trees growing on the rooftops and a library where bookshelves and stairs wrap a triple-height atrium are some of today's winners of awards at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore.
Inside Festival 2014: a bookstore designed to encourage socialising and a hotel planned to suit the lifestyle of business travellers are among the first batch of category winners at the 2014 Inside Awards (+ slideshow).
Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola has patterned a collection of rugs and seat covers for Spanish brand Gan with oversized stitching (+ slideshow).
Designers Lucy.D have created a range of cakes for one of Vienna’s most famous coffee houses in an attempt to bring Austrian baking into the 21st century (+ slideshow + interview).
Architecture office FREAKS freearchitects has revamped the Paris tattoo and piercing parlour TribalAct to include a system of curtain tracks printed with Hieronymus Bosch paintings (+ slideshow).
A secluded passage extends along one edge of this house in Japan by Alts Design Office, bringing natural light into the interior (+ slideshow).
This medical centre in San Sebastian, designed by Spanish studio Pauzarq, has consultation rooms with translucent glass walls (+ slideshow).
British designer Tom Dixon's interiors outfit Design Research Studio used a 1920s cruise liner as a visual reference for interiors at the Mondrian London hotel, which opens today in the Sea Containers House building (+ slideshow).
British firm Knight Architects and structural engineers AKT II have completed a moving footbridge in Paddington, London, that opens and closes like the blades of a traditional hand-held fan.
The Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein is hosting a major retrospective exhibition of work by late Finnish Modernist architect and designer Alvar Aalto, a year after Vitra's acquisition of Aalto's furniture company Artek (+ slideshow).
This lamp by Swiss design studio Big-Game couples a hammered silver shade with a modern aluminium stand.
Beijing architecture firm reMIX Studio has literally outlined its plans for the renovation of an ancient hutong residence by marking proposed structures with illuminated white strings (+ slideshow).
Aim Architecture has designed a lobby featuring a light tunnel that runs through the space and a white "gallery" style shopping centre for a retail and office complex in Shanghai (+ slideshow).
See the latest from our recruitment site Dezeen Jobs, including positions with Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, PriestmanGoode and Tom Dixon, whose Rough & Smooth collection including solid brass champagne buckets and faceted furniture inspired by gemstones is pictured. This is also the last chance to apply for roles with Herzog & de Meuron, Philippe Starck and more...
Porto studio ODDA has renovated two 19th-century buildings in the city to create apartments that contain monolithic freestanding units housing the kitchens, beds, bathrooms and other furniture (+ slideshow).
A warren of interconnecting spaces moulded to resemble melting snow form an après-ski apartment in China's Hebei province by Vienna and Beijing-based studio Penda (+ slideshow).
Architect Jô Vasconcellos has connected blue boxes of different dimensions in a long line to form this museum dedicated to Brazil's most popular alcoholic spirit, cachaça, in the city of Salinas (+ slideshow).
Described as an update of the "classic string shelf", this customisable shelving system by Berlin design firm Studio Hausen comprises a series of steel and ash wood modules.