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Antonino Cardillo combines scent and texture for Illuminum Fragrance shop interior

Italian architect Antonino Cardillo has created a multi-sensory space for experiencing and buying fragrance by coating a room inside an old London building with volcanic ash (+ slideshow).

Log-clad museum by Bornstein Lyckefors honours the legacy of Finnish slash-and-burn farmers

Bornstein Lyckefors Architects pays tribute to an agricultural technique known as slash-and-burn with this forest museum near Torsby, Sweden, clad with wooden logs (+ slideshow).

Norm Architects puts a Danish spin on an Italian restaurant interior

Danish studio Norm Architects has pared back the look of a typical Mediterranean interior to create a more Scandinavian aesthetic for this Italian restaurant in Copenhagen.

May Design Series 2015 to feature exhibitions of emerging talent

Dezeen promotion: exhibitions that aim to promote emerging talent within the industry will be on show as part of New Design Britain at the May Design Series 2015 (+ slideshow).

Schmidt Hammer Lassen's Malmö Live is a cultural complex designed as "a small city"

Scandinavian firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen has completed a canal-side cultural complex in Malmö, Sweden, featuring a 1,600-seat concert hall, a conference centre and a trio of hotel towers (+ slideshow).

Maarten Baas and Bertjan Pot team up for funfair-influenced lighting collection

Milan 2015: Dutch designers Maarten Baas and Bertjan Pot have combined their distinct styles to create a range of lamps and light-up mirrors for handmade products manufacturer DHPH.

Mecanoo's first US project incorporates historic facades into Boston civic building

Dutch firm Mecanoo has completed its first project in the United States: an asymmetrical, brick-clad municipal building in a historic neighbourhood in Boston (+ slideshow).

Beijing skyline morphs into a mountain range across the roof of China's Expo pavilion

Milan Expo 2015: over 1,000 bamboo panels clad the roof of China's Milan Expo pavilion, which features an elaborate structure that merges the profile of the Beijing skyline with a mountain landscape (+ slideshow).

"Sometimes you can say more by being quiet" says designer of UK's Milan Expo pavilion

Interview: to mark the opening of the British pavilion for the Milan Expo, Dezeen speaks to sculptor Wolfgang Buttress about trying to create a "quiet" structure in the middle of one of the world's biggest displays of "bombastic" temporary architecture (+ slideshow).

Robots will be used to construct BIG and Heatherwick's Google HQ

Google's new California headquarters by Bjarke Ingels and Thomas Heatherwick is set to be built using robot-crane hybrids.

"This is not a refurbished building, this is Goldfinger's mansion"

Comments update: readers have described OMA's new arts centre in Milan, which is partially clad in 24-karat gold leaf, as "sublime" and "ridiculous" this week – read on for more on this and the other most commented stories on Dezeen.

Jaime Hayón uses marble and ceramics to create "fantastical urban landscape" for MINI

Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: in this movie filmed in Milan, Spanish designer Jaime Hayón explains why he used traditional craft materials in his installation showcasing MINI's new electric scooter concept.

Aim Architecture constructs spa resort around hot springs in rural Sichuan

A glass walkway wraps a steamy geothermal pool at the heart of this spa resort in rural China, while timber-clad villas create sleeping quarters among the vegetation (+ slideshow).

Hiroki Tominaga Atelier use deconstructed pallets to dress a Tokyo office in planks of timber

Over 100 wooden transport pallets were broken down to create floorboards, wall coverings and furniture for a temporary office space in Tokyo (+ slideshow).

Sprawling wetland structures by HHD_FUN host Chinese horticultural show

A series of glazed pavilions situated on the edge of two lakes in eastern China are concealed below planted rooftops and were designed for a horticultural exhibition (+ slideshow).

Han Koning puts 103% Vase back into production by 3D printing it himself

Dutch designer Han Koning has relaunched his 103% Vase designed in 2002, which was originally produced in China but is now 3D printed in his own studio (+ movie).

Sliding glass doors connect a Belgian house extension with its poolside patio

This residential extension in Kortrijk, Belgium, by local architect Steven Vandenborre has full-height sliding doors lining its inner facades to enable its occupants to step straight out onto a poolside terrace (+ slideshow).

Growduce "micro-factory" concept would allow users to grow their own products

A biologist and a designer are developing a bacteria and yeast "micro-factory" that could one day enable consumers to grow their own products at home (+ slideshow).

Vangardist magazine prints 3000 copies with HIV+ blood-infused ink

Austrian men's magazine Vangardist has printed an edition using ink infused with the blood of HIV-positive people to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS.

Torafu Architects uses concrete, wood and gravel to define spaces inside AKQA's Tokyo offices

Multi-levelled surfaces of polished concrete, wood and white gravel mark out the different areas within this open-plan Tokyo office designed by Torafu Architects (+ slideshow).