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A sloped section of roof joins this timber-clad extension by Melbourne studio Julie Firkin Architects to the adjacent weatherboard house (+ slideshow).
The jagged roof of this warehouse and office space in the Netherlands is designed to reference a 1950s weaving mill by Dutch architect and designer Gerrit Rietveld (+ slideshow).
Spanish design studio Yonoh has created a chair based on energy company Repsol's red, orange and white "sun" logo.
Dark brick cladding contrasts with the pale wood and plasterboard interior of this house in Oslo by local architecture office Narud Stokke Wiig (+ slideshow).
This week we reported on the production of Ikea's flat-pack refugee shelters, the design of this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion (pictured) and plans for Europe's tallest skyscraper in the Alps.
Visitors to a park in Xiangyang are greeted by over 500 bright purple fins, which are dotted with LEDs and play traditional Chinese music from internal speakers (+ slideshow).
The full facade of Japanese architect Tadao Ando's concrete and glass apartment block for Manhattan is revealed in this set of visualisations.
Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: in this movie, designer and researcher Amy Congdon explains how tissue engineering could be used to grow new biological textiles for the fashion industry.
This timber-clad ski chalet has a crystalline form designed to "shed snow" from the roof and an elevated living room that optimises views across Canada's Whistler Valley (+ slideshow).
Colourful chocolate bars are displayed in a transparent chest of drawers in this Tokyo shop designed by Japanese studio Nendo for a Belgian chocolatier (+ slideshow).
Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a head of programme: interior design at London's Royal College of Art (pictured).
This 19th century barn in rural Germany has been remodelled into a holiday home and guest house, connected by a huge open hall featuring a network of original wooden trusses (+ slideshow).
Milan 2015: a curved rattan structure forms the flexible backrest of this sofa by Japanese designer Hiroomi Tahara (+ slideshow).
A collection of old school buildings in Rye, East Sussex, has been converted into a cinema and arts centre with the addition of a shed-like extension (+ slideshow).
These renders by London architect James Whitaker depict a proposal for a low-cost studio space in Germany comprising a cluster of shipping containers, which are arranged to direct sunlight into the interior at different times of day (+ slideshow).
Opinion: hiding in plain sight, the NSA headquarters is the model for all future domestic architecture, argues Jack Self, as he reveals previously unpublished details about the inscrutable building.
Dezeen promotion: the thirty finalists shortlisted for the 2015 New Design Britain competition will exhibit their work at this year's May Design Series.
Controversial plans to construct Europe's tallest skyscraper in the Alps lead this week's Dezeen Mail. Click through for the latest news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.
This timber-clad sauna for a seaside home in Sweden was designed by Stockholm studio Murman Arkitekter with two gently angled wings that overlook the Baltic Sea (+ slideshow).
Architecture studio AOC has created an interactive gallery space at London's Wellcome Collection museum, featuring a grand stairway lined with cushions where visitors are invited to sit and read (+ slideshow).