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This minimal concrete and glass pavilion in Flanders, Belgium, by Govaert & Vanhoutte Architectuurburo houses a visitor centre for the world's largest Commonwealth war cemetery, where 11,956 servicemen of the First World War are buried or commemorated (+ slideshow).
MVRDV's huge horseshoe-shaped market hall and housing development in Rotterdam is captured in these new images by photographers Hufton + Crow (+ slideshow).
Hundreds of plexiglas tetrahedrons rippled with waves of illumination in response to changing light conditions for this installation by design collective Pangenerator (+ movie).
A curving copper-clad extension punctuated by portholes has been added to a house in Ghent, Belgium, by local studio Atelier Vens Vanbelle, who describe the structure as "a cocktail of science fiction and nostalgia" (+ slideshow).
Design collective Vík Prjónsdóttir has launched two Icelandic wool blankets shaped to look like the wings of a swan and an eider duck as part of a range of avian-influenced covers.
Following the popularity of David Chipperfield's office building in China featuring a copper facade, we've collected together all the best copper-based projects from the pages of Dezeen and pinned them to a new Pinterest board » Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more copper projects
Architects Nicolas Coeckelberghs and Dorian Vauzelle Mamoth collaborated with local workers in the Moroccan town of Aknaibich to construct this school building using local methods including adobe brickworking (+ slideshow).
Stockholm studio Claesson Koivisto Rune has teamed up with a Champagne expert to design a version of the classic glass flute.
Music: director Connor Finnegan used poster paint and a huge tank of water to create this surreal music video for Dublin band Jape's single The Heart's Desire.
The consecutive pitched roofs of this church community centre in Germany were designed by Netzwerkarchitekten to make the building resemble a row of terraced houses.
Spanish studio MUT Design has created modular kitchen units from materials commonly found elsewhere in the home.
Industrial pipework runs over the ceiling of this juice-bar by London office Jump Studios, which features a ceramic herringbone floor and a marble counter.
Dormer windows rise above the red brick facade of the only modern building on a historic Utrecht street, designed by local office Dreessen Willemse Architecten to house a shop and student residences (+ slideshow).
This week we reported on Thomas Heatherwick's proposal for a floating island park in New York (pictured), Herzog & de Meuron's controversial skyscraper in Paris and an inflatable baby incubator that "could save thousands of lives". Read on for more architecture and design highlights, plus our music track of the week.
Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Maxime Mellot has integrated a birdcage, a fish tank and a plant pot into this desk to encourage users "to look at natural elements".
Dezeen Book of Interviews: in this interview from our latest book, influential graphic designer Neville Brody discusses the impact of London's punk movement on his work.
Modern furniture and fittings are paired with stone walls and exposed roof trusses inside this old Spanish farm that Dom Arquitectura has transformed into a residence and guest house (+ slideshow).
News: more than half of employees prefer a private work space, while open-plan office workers often experience too many distractions to work effectively, according to new data.
This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an architect at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, who designed the Fifth Avenue Apple Store in New York (pictured).
The fragmented gables that make up this children's centre by Danish studio CEBRA feature matching dormer windows that in some places have been extruded, inverted or turned upside down (+ slideshow).