A spaceship-style shelter, and oversized "sofa island" and virtual-reality experiences all featured in furniture brand Cassina's Milan design week exhibition.
The main living areas of this compact holiday home near New Zealand's Kaipara Harbour are arranged perpendicular to a platform that provides space for three tents used to accommodate guests.
OMA's trouser-shaped CCTV tower and Herzog & de Meuron's Bird's Nest stadium feature in this photo series by Kris Provoost, which documents the "weird architecture" China has tried to ban.
OMA has combined rods with spotlights to create this linear lighting collection, presented by Belgian brand Delta Light during Milan design week.
Rows of perforated aluminium shades intended to represent the feathers of an eagle shield the facade of this concrete and glass church in the Taiwanese city of Tainan.
Dutch designer Marcel Wanders has created tasselled chandeliers in the style of traditional paper lanterns for London company Wonderglass.
Following our roundup of millennial pink at Milan design week, our new Pinterest board highlights the colour's increasing use in design and architecture, with examples including a room in Normann Copenhagen's flagship store and a pigmented concrete house extension. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›
California-based Studio Bergtraun has completed a holiday home in Tahoe, nestling a simple black volume clad in corrugated metal into the steep landscape.
For his Milan design week exhibition, Norwegian designer Sigve Knutson presented a series of textured objects inspired by the lines he uses in his drawings.
Israeli architect Pitsou Kedem has updated an apartment in the ancient port of Jaffa, Tel Aviv, adding arched windows and door frames that echo the form of the traditional vaulted ceilings.
A supermarket filled with waste products and an overview of Norway's hottest young designers are among design reporter Alice Morby's pick of the best exhibitions at the Ventura Lambrate district during Milan design week last month.
Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura has helped to revive a former farming village in the Alentejo region as a high-end hotel featuring whitewashed interiors and original vaulted ceilings.
The United Nations High Commission for Refugees has mothballed 10,000 of IKEA's award-winning refugee shelters over concerns about the product's vulnerability to fire.
This week on Dezeen, Turkey completed phase one of its Syrian border wall and IKEA revealed that deployment of its award-winning refugee shelters has been put on hold due to safety risks.
The latest Home range from Swarovski includes bottle stoppers, polygonal paperweights, and marble trays decorated with slices of brightly coloured crystal.
US firm CCY Architects has divided this low-slung Colorado home into private and public zones, encasing the former within weathering-steel boxes that define the property's layout.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst's new design school is the first academic building in the US to have a structural frame made of cross-laminated timber, according to its architects Leers Weinzapfel Associates.
The American Institute of Architects has honoured IM Pei's renovation of the Musée du Louvre in Paris with an award during the organisation's national convention, the same week that the Chinese-American architect is celebrating his 100th birthday.
A team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a 3D printing method that is considerably faster and can work at a much larger scale than current processes.
With the AIA 2017 conference currently taking place in Orlando, we've reprised our series on postmodern architecture and design for a one-off special, spotlighting an iconic pair of buildings in the Florida city: Michael Graves' colourful hotels for Disney World.