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David Adjaye reveals plans for New York's first spy museum

British architect David Adjaye has released plans for a museum in New York City dedicated to espionage, featuring dimply lit interiors and self-contained exhibitions in weathering-steel drums.

Watch our talk with Wedgwood live from the V&A

Wedgwood senior vice president Eva Ziegler and Wedgwood Museum curator Gaye Blake-Roberts join Tristram Hunt, Lee Broom and Marcus Fairs for a talk at the launch of the brand's new book.

Terracotta-toned tiles divide Vilnius apartment into two contrasting halves

Dezeen promotion: terracotta-coloured tiles by manufacturer Agrob Buchtal help to carve up this dwelling in Lithuania's capital, creating cool and warm-toned areas.

3XN unveils staggered residential high-rise with spaces for Toronto's LGBTQ community

Danish firm 3XN has revealed its design for a 153-metre-high apartment building in Toronto, including a dual-level glazed plaza to host public events in the local area.

Nendo designs five alternatives to the standard zipper

Tasked with reinventing the zipper, Nendo has come up with five different fastenings, each designed to suit a different function.

"Designers can contribute to a better world, but not if we dictate how they do it"

Ahead of the launch of our Good Design for a Bad World, Dezeen editor-in chief Marcus Fairs asked: "Can design save the world?

Tour the Seoul overpass that MVRDV converted into a plant-covered walkway

In the latest movie in our Dezeen X MINI Living series, drone footage offers an elevated view of the former 1970s highway that Dutch firm MVRDV transformed into an elevated urban garden.

Tighe Architecture creates sculptural grey apartment building for LA's Filipinotown

Jagged rooflines, slot windows and grey cladding define this urban housing complex by California studio Tighe Architecture, which occupies a full Los Angeles city block.

Dezeen and Dutch Design Week party to feature electronic music collective OWOW and special guests

Dezeen has teamed up with Dutch Design Week to present a late-night dance party with DJs and live performances in Eindhoven on Friday 27 October.

Carmody Groarke creates cave-like space to showcase Designs of the Year nominees

For this year's Designs of the Year exhibition, London architecture studio Carmody Groarke has created a cave-like interior made from sprayed paper pulp.

Eight responses to terrorism from architects and designers

Is it possible to design out terrorism? This is one of the questions we are asking as part of our Good Design for a Bad World talk series at Dutch Design Week.

Those Architects extends former dairy farm with black-stained sales office

It may look like a high-end contemporary villa, but this rectilinear building is actually a sales office for a dairy farm near Sydney.

Atang Tshikare and Eve Collett's Leifo chair combines scorched timber and woven grass

Cape Town-based artist Atang Tshikare and designer Eve Collett used feather-like woven grass and charred wood to create this antique-looking chair.  Read more

KPF reveals plans for Brooklyn's second tallest building

Architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox has released renderings of a 68-storey skyscraper proposed for Downtown Brooklyn, as the New York borough's skyline continues to grow.

Concrete beams curve through Brasília art gallery in abandoned hospital

Brazilian studio Debaixo do Bloco has stripped back the curved corner of a former hospital to create this art gallery in Brasília.

Richard Rogers' Three World Trade Center nears completion in New York

The next piece in the redevelopment of the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan, a skyscraper by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, looks almost complete in photos shared on Instagram.

AIA urges Trump to continue UNESCO's architecture and design initiatives after withdrawal

The American Institute of Architects has declared its support for UNESCO after the US announced it is pulling out of the organisation, and encouraged President Donald Trump's administration to preserve initiatives that "reinforce the value and importance of architecture and design".

Zaha Hadid Architects' 666 Fifth Avenue skyscraper unlikely to go ahead

The supertall tower that Zaha Hadid Architects designed for a New York site owned by the Kushner family has been rejected by the project's partner Vornado.

"I guess it is nearly Halloween"

Spooked readers are wondering if a preserved rotting cottage is a seasonal prank or a serious dwelling in this week's comments update.

GoCstudio revamps century-old Seattle building to house digital product company

US architecture firm GoCstudio has created an open office for a growing tech company that features original brick and timber elements, along with new enclosures made of black-painted plywood.