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World Architecture Festival 2014: an apostrophe-shaped bridge in a British industrial city and a pair of structures at a sustainable forest in Australia feature in the second group of category winners for awards at this year's World Architecture Festival in Singapore (+ slideshow).
News: a proposal for a new east-west cycleway that would float on the River Thames has been unveiled by a consortium of architects, artists and engineers formed to promote the development of better cycling links in London.
Inside Festival 2014: after day two at the Inside Festival, the final award winners have been revealed, including a marble-lined cinema in a Hong Kong shopping centre and an Australian school of architecture filled with colourful bespoke furniture (+ slideshow).
A piece of the historic Covent Garden market appears to have broken free of its stone base, with its top half levitating in the air, in the latest installation by London designer Alex Chinneck.
This Tokyo shop by Schemata Architects features exposed industrial fittings and galvanised metal display rails that have been treated to produce a petrol-toned surface (+ slideshow).
These timber and bamboo huts were designed by Agora Architects to offer temporary accommodation to refugees arriving in Thailand from across the Burmese border (+ slideshow).
Movie: in this exclusive interview, architect Winy Maas of MVRDV explains how the firm developed the distinctive curving arch design of the Markthal in Rotterdam, which opened today.
In his first interview since joining Apple, industrial designer Marc Newson discusses his latest product – a domestic draft beer machine he says is the equivalent to a Nespresso coffee maker for beer lovers – and the future of the watch industry in the wake of the Apple Watch (+ interview + slideshow).
Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen revealed 3D-printed garments and accessories "grown" with magnets during her ready-to-wear show in Paris yesterday.
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.