These new photographs reveal the cavernous form of an opera house by Japanese architect Toyo Ito, which is taking shape in the Taiwanese city Taichung (+ slideshow).
Multiple residences are combined into single house-shaped volumes at this development by Bestor Architecture in the Echo Park neighbourhood of Los Angeles.
White display stands inside this Los Angeles boutique designed by Bureau Spectacular fit together like a puzzle, forming a set of steps for events and performances (+ slideshow).
Next year's Serpentine Pavilion in London will selected by architects including Richard Rogers and David Adjaye, it was announced today.
The engineering firm behind London's 10-storey-high Sky Pool, Eckersley O'Callaghan, has demonstrated its latest glass innovation: a nine-metre-long slide (+ slideshow).
The first major exhibition at the new Design Museum in London will include 11 commissions by leading designers – including an EU-themed living room designed by OMA in response to Brexit (+ slideshow).
Opinion: the radical buildings in the English county of Essex suggest that avant-garde architecture is better found in the suburbs than the cities, says Owen Hatherley.
Artist David Shrigley is set to unveil his gigantic "thumbs up" installation on the Fourth Plinth in London's Trafalgar Square tomorrow and has released a gif to accompany it.
Apple has announced it will create a new London headquarters inside Battersea Power Station, taking over six floors of the former industrial building on the bank of the River Thames.
Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with German publishing house Gestalten to give away five copies of its new book Scandinavia Dreaming.
Next in our series of roundups presenting houses from different US states, it's New York's turn. The Empire State's top rural residences include a Hamptons home shaded with strips of canvas and a secluded writer's retreat (+ slideshow).
London Design Festival 2016: in this exclusive movie produced by Dezeen for MINI, the brand's Oke Hauser explains why they worked with architect Asif Khan to install plant-filled pavilions across east London.
Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk plans to make humankind a "spacefaring civilisation" by starting manned missions to Mars as soon as 2022.
Beijing Design Week 2016: German designer Thomas Schnur presents six pieces of furniture adapted from common objects like traffic cones and metal barriers for an exhibition in Beijing (+ slideshow).
There was a time when inflatable pavilions were all the rage, but now architects are creating blow-up buildings for all kinds of uses.
London Design Festival 2016: design duo Barber and Osgerby have created a limited-edition table constructed from just three curved pieces of oak (+ slideshow).
Projecting over a hillside in the Ecuadorean countryside, this small mirrored viewpoint was designed by Natura Futura Arquitectura as a rest stop for hikers (+slideshow).
The thin columns and wood cladding that front this educational facility in a Pittsburgh park are designed to help the building fit in with its woodland setting (+ slideshow).
New York developer Macro Sea has turned a warehouse at Brooklyn's Navy Yard into a workspace for tech entrepreneurs, using the building's "cathedral-like" steel trusswork to inform new elements (+ slideshow).
London Design Festival 2016: this furniture collection from designer Alessandro Zambelli features a puzzle of metal pieces that have been oxidised to different degrees (+ slideshow).