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Foster + Partners skyscraper joins line-up at New York's Hudson Yards


The next piece to be unveiled as part of the vast Hudson Yards development in New York is a glass office tower by architecture firm Foster + Partners.

Clive Wilkinson creates cubicle-free Manhattan office with cosy nooks and communal tables


US studio Clive Wilkinson Architects sought to eliminate traditional work boundaries in its design of a new headquarters for the global adverting agency Publicis.

Dezeen's Christmas gift guide 2016: cyclists


Next up in our series of Christmas gift guides, we've picked out 12 presents suited to cycling fanatics, including a helmet that can be flat-packed into a bag, a stylish waterproof backpack and a compass that clips onto handlebars.

Foster-designed Oceanwide Center breaks ground in San Francisco


Work has commenced on the development set to include San Francisco's second-tallest building, designed by UK firm Foster + Partners.

Eight products that come in Pantone colour of the year Greenery


Pantone's just-announced colour of the year is a predictor of what will be big in 2017, but some designs in the hue are already here.

This week's Dezeen Mail features a sinuous MAD housing block and London's best house extensions


This week's Dezeen Mail features 24 projects shortlisted in a competition to find London's best house extensions, Dezeen's review of 2016 and MAD's topography-inspired housing in China. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›

Dezeen's top 10 installations of 2016


Floating orange platforms across an Italian lake and a disorienting mirror maze are among US editor Dan Howarth's 10 favourite installations from the past 12 months, continuing our review of 2016.

SOM creates Christmas tree alternative at Denmark's Utzon Center


Skidmore Owings & Merrill designed this latticed pavilion in lieu of a Christmas tree for the courtyard of a building designed by the late Jørn Utzon in Aalborg, Denmark.

"With a good culture war, you can ignore the real reason why British transport architecture is so grim"


The problem with Britain's railway stations isn't anything to do with style, it's that they are all just malls waiting to happen, argues Owen Hatherley in his latest Opinion column.

Pantone names Greenery its 2017 colour of the year


Colour company Pantone has revealed a zesty shade of green as its colour of the year for 2017. Read more

Dezeen is officially the world's most popular online design magazine


Dezeen is now the most popular online design magazine in the world, according to statistics from web data firm Alexa.

Former London council home remodelled to create bright and open living space


R2 Studio has renovated a 1960s home on a London council estate, creating a playful interior for a family with two young children.

People's Architecture Office uses prefabricated panels to update Beijing hutong house


People's Architecture Office has overhauled a rundown home in one of Beijing's historic hutong neighbourhoods, using prefabricated panels to create a contemporary and light-filled residence.

Job of the day: senior exhibition designer at the V&A


Our job of the day from Dezeen Jobs is for a senior exhibition designer at the V&A museum, which this year staged the first retrospective exhibition of pioneering engineer Ove Arup (pictured).

Francesca Gotti conceals perfume inside Glebanite blocks


Francesca Gotti has hidden fragrances within seemingly impenetrable concrete-like blocks for Italian perfumer oneofthose.

Rogers Stirk Harbour completes skyscraper trio on Sydney's Barangaroo waterfront


Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has completed its International Towers project, a trio of harbourside skyscrapers that form the centrepiece of Sydney's new Barangaroo development.

S9 Architecture designs huge co-working building for Brooklyn Navy Yard


New York studio S9 Architecture has conceived a 16-storey office building for a waterfront site that is intended to house 4,000 employees working for tech and creative startups.

Berlin Holocaust memorial wouldn't be built today, says Peter Eisenman


The memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin wouldn't get built in today's xenophobic social climate, according to its architect Peter Eisenman.

MINI and Jaguar Land Rover launch creative spaces as car brands deviate from vehicles


Both MINI and Jaguar Land Rover have set up independent design-led startup hubs, as car brands look to move beyond the automotive field.

MAD's Fake Hills housing features topography-inspired roofline and massive hollows


MAD has completed the first phase of its Fake Hills development – an apartment complex in Beihai, China, with an undulating roofline that accommodates tennis courts and swimming pools.


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