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Bijl Architecture reinterprets the traditional Dutch gable for a Sydney residence

Sections of brick, zinc, timber and concrete highlight the intentionally irregular form of this Sydney residence – a result of myriad planning restrictions (+ slideshow).

Future Makers: special call out for designers

Dezeen is launching a new collaboration with Autodesk called Future Makers, which will profile upcoming designers who are harnessing new digital tools to pioneer the future of making things.

Waterscape by Alexander Lotersztain is a modular platform for living on water

Australia-based designer Alexander Lotersztain has created a floating platform system that can be customised with clip-on lighting, furniture, and docking facilities – and can even be used as a helipad (+ slideshow).

Apple promotes Jonathan Ive to new chief design officer role

Business news: Apple has promoted Jonathan Ive to the newly created role of chief design officer as part of a reshuffle in the company's design department.

Bjarke Ingels to deliver the Royal Academy Annual Architecture Lecture 2015

Dezeen promotion: Danish architect Bjarke Ingels will be the youngest architect ever to deliver the Annual Architecture Lecture at London's prestigious Royal Academy of Arts.

CUT Architectures adds a second concrete-framed extension to a French home

Paris studio CUT Architectures has returned to the house it extended in 2011 to create a glazed study featuring a yellow staircase that integrates a desk (+ slideshow).

Alegre Design updates traditional breastfeeding chair with contemporary materials and shapes

Spanish agency Alegre Design has redesigned a rocking chair traditionally used by new mothers to breastfeed and lull their babies to sleep, changing the basic form and adding breathable fabric supports (+ slideshow).

Riverside concrete pavilion by NE-AR houses a fireplace inside a twisted column

A pair of twisted concrete fins frame a fireplace at the centre of this pavilion, designed by German architecture office NE-AR as an extension to an holiday home in Argentina (+ slideshow).

Joanna Laajisto references 1940s kiosks for Michel restaurant in Helsinki

Green-painted panelling, shiny white tiles and marble slabs line the walls of this Helsinki restaurant by Finnish architect Joanna Laajisto (+ slideshow).

FiDU Alphabet is a 3D typeface made from inflated sheet-metal

Polish design studio Zieta has launched a new typeface that can be produced in 3D with the same metal inflation technology used to create its 2008 Plopp stool.

Christian Müller converts an Alpine chalet into a pair of family apartments

Dutch architect Christian Müller has overhauled the interior of a chalet in the Swiss Alps, creating a pair of apartments that combine exposed stone walls with raw concrete and distressed wood.

Dezeen Jobs: latest jobs update

See the latest from our recruitment site Dezeen Jobs, including positions with Sou Fujimoto Architects, Studio Fuksas and Rafael Vinoly Architects, whose projects include a visual arts centre wrapped in golden metal (pictured).

Aslak Haanshuus transforms two Norwegian log cabins into a cross-shaped house

Norwegian architect Aslak Haanshuus has created a cross-shaped house by extending a pair of old lakeside cabins so that they overlap (+ slideshow).

Italian designers continue marble tile recycling project with Little Gerla vases

A pair of Italian designers has extended their line of products made from rejected marble with a collection of four vases, all made from a single tile without producing any waste (+ slideshow).

Antonia Reif adds an inconspicuous extension to a 1960s Rotterdam bungalow

Rotterdam architect Antonia Reif has renovated and extended a modest 1960s bungalow, creating a two-storey living room and a generous bedroom that both open out to the garden (+ slideshow).

Jeremie Maret builds a "transparent tiny skyscraper" on a Berlin industrial estate

Zurich-based artist Jeremie Maret has built a small see-through tower in Berlin and invited guests to take a nap inside.

BMW reinterprets 1970s racing coupé as a carbon-fibre concept car

German automotive brand BMW has unveiled a concept car with an entirely carbon-fibre chassis and rear lights that look like they have been drawn "like calligraphy" (+ slideshow).

Architect's modelling system hailed as "posh Lego"

Architect Damien Murtagh has created a reusable three-dimensional modelling system for architects and designers that is now on sale as a children's toy, prompting comparisons with iconic Danish building blocks Lego.

Takehiko Nez divides up a hair salon with mirrors, translucent screens and plants

A matrix of disorientating translucent and mirrored partitions frame the individual booths of this hairdressing salon in Japan by Takehiko Nez Architects (+ slideshow).

Workstead's Orbit lights feature movable metal reflectors

New York 2015: Brooklyn studio Workstead has created a range of light fixtures with brass disc-shaped reflectors.