A stack of large glass boxes forms this biotechnology facility at a Mexico university, by Tatiana Bilbao, the architect behind the rammed-earth holiday home we published earlier today (+ slideshow).
Israeli fashion designer Noa Raviv has integrated 3D-printed elements into ruffled garments influenced by distorted digital drawings.
Tired of lugging around large-format paper in plastic cylinders or rubber bands, Australian studio One Design Office has created an "aesthetically pleasing" aluminium presentation tube for transporting architectural drawings (+ slideshow).
Seoul-based Centimeter Studio's injection-moulded chairs slide along the floor on sledge-like bases to nestle into one another without being lifted (+ slideshow).
Behind the dark facades of these farmhouse-inspired cabins in northern Italy, designed by local studio Pedevilla Architects, is a pair of bright homes that combine traditional elements with modern detailing (+ slideshow).
Turkish designer Bilge Nur Saltik has created a wall lamp from textured panels that rotates to form moving light patterns across its surface.
News: a spindly bus stop created by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto in Krumbach, Austria, has been unexpectedly closed to the public because it doesn't "follow the Austrian regulations for building safety".
Wooden louvred sunscreens project from the rammed earth and glass walls of this Melbourne library by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp, protecting the interior from the harsh Australian sun (+ slideshow).
Japanese architect Kotaro Horiuchi cut out profiles of gabled houses from large sheets of paper to create a tunnel inside a university gallery, forming the third installation in his Fusionner series (+ slideshow).
News: Lego bricks provide the ultimate tool for testing architectural ideas, said Bjarke Ingels, whose Lego visitor centre in Billund, Denmark has now started on site (+ interview).
Australian designer Marc Newson has designed a fountain pen with a retractable nib for French fashion house Hermès.
Two angular skylights funnel daylight into a kitchen and dining area at the rear of this renovated house in Sydney by local office Carter Williamson Architects.
Portuguese designer Miguel Flores Soeiro has shaped items in this cutlery set by twisting the stainless steel pieces where the handle meets the functional end (+ slideshow).
Jonathan Tuckey Design has refurbished the interior of a semi-detached house in London and added a dining room extension with a latticed wooden ceiling (+ slideshow).
Norwegian fashion brand HAiK and eyewear company Kaibosh have collaborated to design a collection of sunglasses that can be worn in two ways (+ movie).
News: a preservation order has been placed on Moscow's iconic Shukhov Radio Tower preventing its demolition, following a high-profile appeal by architects including Tadao Ando, Rem Koolhaas and Elizabeth Diller.
For his first solo exhibition, Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has filled an entire wing of Denmark's Louisiana Museum of Modern Art with a landscape of stones meant to emulate a riverbed (+ slideshow).
A cedar-clad balcony spans the facade of this house designed by Hyde + Hyde, which is perched on the edge of cliff on the southern Welsh shoreline (+ slideshow).
Agence Jouin Manku has upgraded the interior of a hotel and restaurant in the French monastic city of Fontevraud using a palette of wood, metal and fabric to complement the original stone building – a former priory (+ slideshow).
These brass plates, candlesticks and containers by Sheffield designer Daniel Schofield are mirror-polished on one half and untreated on the other.