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A basement garage with a turntable for cars helps reduce the space required for this house in the Australian city of Ballarat, designed by Melbourne architecture firm Inarc (+ slideshow).
Clerkenwell Design Week 2015: Danish brand Carl Hansen & Son has opened a space in London's Clerkenwell to showcase furniture by mid-century designers Hans J Wegner, Kaare Klint and Poul Kjaerholm (+ slideshow).
Japanese designer Yu Ito has designed a floor lamp for Italian furniture brand Formabilio with lipped tray-like shelves that move up and down its neck and stack inside the base.
A mountain setting prompted the design of this conceptual wooden residence, which features two cuboid volumes rotated at 45 degrees (+ slideshow).
This week on Dezeen we reported on Steven Holl's long-delayed Queens library, Jean Nouvel's first skyscraper in New York and a family home built into a granite rock face in Stockholm (pictured). Click through for a roundup of architecture and design news from the past seven days, plus our regular featured music track.
New York 2015: a new exhibition at New York's Chamber design gallery pairs an installation and furniture built from three-armed modules with a set of phallic tableware.
Tailoring influenced by Scandinavian furniture and colours plucked from 1960s supermarket packaging featured among the collections at the 2015 University of Westminster graduate fashion show.
New York 2015: Print All Over Me has launched a range of textiles for the home with a living room installation in New York that changed daily to feature different patterns on every surface (+ slideshow).
Interview: Alex Garland's science-fiction movie Ex Machina features just one location: a tech billionaire's minimalist hideaway in Alaska.
American studio Anmahian Winton Architects chose pale wood and dark zinc for the facade of this house in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to contrast with its more traditional neighbours (+ slideshow).
Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a project architect with Sou Fujimoto Architects, Nicolas Laisné Associés and Manal Rachdi Oxo Architects, whose joint proposal for a Paris university building filled with trees and plants is pictured.
Opinion: New York has long been a city of spires, but where these were once sacred and civic structures, the current rash of ulta-thin towers reflects a more profane worship of wealth, says Steven Holl.
The Japanese island of Miyako-jima is prone to frequent typhoons, so this kindergarten was planned by studios Hibino Sekkei and Youji no Shiro to offer children protection from heavy rain and flying debris (+ slideshow).
German designer Julian Lechner has combined used coffee grounds with natural glues to create a new material, and has designed a set of cups to demonstrate its potential (+ slideshow).
Herzog & de Meuron has completed a monumental new stadium in Bordeaux framed by 900 slim white columns, one of the key venues for next year's Euro football championship, (+ slideshow).
The influence of Chinese culture on fashion design is examined through garments by Alexander McQueen, Yves Saint Laurent and John Galliano in an exhibition at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art (+ slideshow).
Jean Nouvel's first skyscraper in New York, Grayson Perry's fairytale house and a seaside library in China (pictured) feature in this week's Dezeen Mail. Click through for our pick of the best news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.
Turner-nominated architecture studio Assemble has revealed plans to fill a gallery in the headquarters of the Royal Institute of British Architects with a spongy Brutalist-inspired landscape.
New York 2015: an exhibition in a Brooklyn loft showcases furnishings by Italian designer Piero Lissoni, paired with work by New York designers (+ slideshow).
This family home nestled against the remnants of an ancient stone cottage on the Welsh coast features a composition inspired by the client's interest in abstract art (+ slideshow).