UK pizza chain Domino's has launched the world's first fleet of driverless delivery vehicles (+ movie).
This grey-rendered house was designed with strategically placed windows to create privacy for residents in a densely populated area of Japan (+ slideshow).
Interview: Paul Gaudio is Adidas' first creative director in 15 years, and a key part of the sportswear brand's strategy to use design as a weapon against arch-rival Nike.
Scottish studio Page\Park Architects has won a bid to restore the Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed Glasgow School of Art building, which was devastated by fire last summer.
Two of the UK's leading architecture magazines have announced a reshuffle with the appointment of new editors for the Architects' Journal and the Architectural Review.
Facebook employees have moved into their new Frank Gehry-designed Silicon Valley headquarters – a 40,000-square-metre office building with "the largest open floor plan in the world" and a huge rooftop park.
Comments update: Plans to construct Europe's tallest skyscraper next to Peter Zumthor's world-famous spa building in a tiny Alpine village attracted over 140 comments this week.
This blackened plywood box added by architect Antonin Ziegler to one end of a rural home on France's northern coast provides a private library and garage for its inhabitants (+ slideshow).
Foster + Partners has been appointed to design an £8 billion transport system for Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, that will encompass a network of new metro, ferry, bus, and cycle terminals.
Japanese studio Nendo used grey and white crosses for the packaging of this line of skincare products based on the practices of Chinese medicine.
A layer of glass envelopes this pair of homes in Zurich, while a zigzagging concrete partition between them is the only opaque wall in the building (+ slideshow).
Swedish car manufacturer Volvo has created a light-reflective spray designed to enhance the visibility of cyclists on city streets after dark (+ movie).
Milan 2015: Milan's furniture fair has become a celebration of marketing over design and has helped feed the public perception of design as a superficial discipline, according to design critic Alice Rawsthorn.
Dezeen promotion: Italian brand Ceramiche Refin has unveiled a new collection of porcelain tiles influenced by industrial architecture and urban infrastructure.
This family home near Milan features a partially exposed steel and timber frame modelled on the historical rural farm buildings in the surrounding area.
Milan 2015: London designer Lee Broom will transform a street of disused shops into a fake department store to present 20 new products in Milan next month.
A tall white wall wraps around the base of this house in Tsukuba City, Japan, screening it from the street and creating the illusion of a triple-level structure (+ slideshow).
Photo essay: New York photographer Richard Silver travels the world shooting well-known buildings over the course of a single sunset and splicing the pictures together to create a single image – a technique he describes as slicing time.
Brazilian designer Bianca Cheng Costanzo has created a woollen blanket from 180 triangles hand-sewn into tessellated pyramids (+ slideshow).
The bell tower of this monastery on the outskirts of Valencia features a ridged surface and darker tone that helps it stand out from the adjoining buildings (+ slideshow).