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Shingle-clad house by Bates Masi Architects mimics Long Island potato barns


Bates Masi Architects reference Long Island's traditional potato barns with this cedar-shingled home made up of several gabled blocks, which feature chimneys nestled into rooftop recesses (+ slideshow).

Paulina Lenoir's Excessively Long Shoes force wearers to slow their pace


Graduate shows 2015: Central Saint Martins graduate Paulina Lenoir has designed a pair of comically long shoes that force wearers to reconsider their daily routes and pace (+ movie).

Hugo Moreno animates retro-futuristic city for Art Department music video


Music: French director Hugo Moreno presents an animated urban landscape that blends ancient Mesopotamian and mid-century Modern architecture in this music video for Art Department's track Walls.

Five of Dezeen's favourite American projects from the last year


Following the opening of our New York office in May, we're celebrating American Independence Day with a roundup of Dezeen's favourite US projects from the past year, including a house with walls built from soil, a remote family retreat and a noisy installation in a New York factory (+ slideshow).

David Amar's Bialik furniture collection references Art Deco floor tiles in a Tel Aviv home


London designer David Amar has created a dressing unit, a daybed and benches with built-in storage, based on floor tiles in a heritage-listed 1920s home in Tel Aviv, Israel (+ slideshow).

Twin wooden houses by Adam Knibb Architects are raised up above street level


This pair of gabled homes in Winchester, England, are described by architect Adam Knibb as "contemporary timber pods on top of a dark monolithic base" (+ slideshow).

White concrete pavilion by Materia Arquitectonica creates an outdoor events space for historic house


Thirty-six slender columns support the thin concrete canopy of this colonnade, which provides an outdoor events space for a house museum on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula (+ slideshow).

Shiver House's plastic shingles change shape to create a shelter in bad weather


London studio NEON has built a structure with shingles that "shiver" and adapt in response to changing weather as part of a exhibition in Finland (+ movie).

Six football stadiums designed by Herzog & de Meuron (and one Bird's Nest)


With Herzog & de Meuron's proposed revamp of Chelsea FC's Stamford Bridge stadium unveiled this week, Dezeen looks at all the stadiums designed by the Swiss firm, which is headed by avid football fan and regular player Jacques Herzog.

US job of the week: architect/designer at Clive Wilkinson Architects


Our US job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an intermediate architect/designer at Clive Wilkinson Architects, the firm behind the West Hollywood offices for comedy video production company Funny or Die (pictured).

Simin Qiu turns wood offcuts into patterned desk accessories for End Grain collection


Graduate shows 2015: tiny pieces of waste pine wood were meticulously hand-glued together by Royal College of Art graduate Simin Qiu to create these storage boxes and stationery items.

ECE Architecture installs a mirrored beach hut on the English coast


The beach huts traditionally found in English seaside towns informed this temporary mirror-clad cabin installed by ECE Architecture beside the coast in Sussex (+ movie).

Dezeen wins digital publishing award for "truly creative and innovative" partnership with MINI


Dezeen has won the Commercial Partnership category at the AOP Digital Publishing Awards 2015 for Dezeen and MINI Frontiers – the third major award the collaboration has won this year.

Images emerge of Herzog & de Meuron's Chelsea football stadium transformation


The first images of Herzog & de Meuron's proposed revamp of Chelsea FC's London stadium have emerged as part of a three-day public consultation.

Kakko House by Yoshihiro Yamamoto is a 3.4-metre-wide home in Japan


Japanese architect Yoshihiro Yamamoto has sandwiched a house with a width of just 3.4 metres between a pair of existing properties in Osaka (+ slideshow).

Job of the week: Part-III architects at Carl Turner Architects


Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for experienced Part-III architects with London studio Carl Turner Architects, whose design for a prefabricated floating house is pictured.

Glossy black pavilion in Dublin presents Ireland's oil consumption


This inky black cube designed by De Siún Scullion Architects for Dublin's docklands reveals Ireland's current oil consumption and future renewable energy targets (+ slideshow).

Chequered brickwork brings unity to a Cambridge housing community by Proctor and Matthews


Patterned brickwork reveals the entrances to all homes in this development near Cambridge, England, designed by Proctor and Matthews Architects to bring a sense of continuity to the large site (+ slideshow).

Cameron Bowen merges digital tools and traditional tailoring with Parametric Tape Measure


Graduate shows 2015: Royal College of Art graduate Cameron Bowen has developed a tape measure that enables tailors to generate digital fabric patterns while retaining the intimacy of the fitting process.

Irregular gables give a jagged roofline to Chae-Pereira's Gwangmyeong Upcycle Art Center


Seoul studio Chae-Pereira Architects has added a greenhouse-like educational facility clad in translucent plastic panels to an arts centre in the South Korean city of Gwangmyeong (+ slideshow).


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