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West 8 creates artificial hills on New York's Governors Island

Landscape architecture firm West 8 has added rolling hills with playgrounds and art installations across Governors Island in New York harbour (+ slideshow).

Central Saint Martins "desperately concerned" about future of Erasmus programme

Brexit crisis: London art school Central Saint Martins is to fight to save the UK's involvement in the Erasmus students exchange programme, as designers warn of the "loss of opportunity" for young creatives.

What Design Can Do announces winners of Refugee Challenge

Proposals for a travelling kitchen and a website that enables refugees to sell their own photographs are included in the five winning projects of the first What Design Can Do Refugee Challenge.

Greyhours' Essential timepieces arrive at Dezeen Watch Store

Dezeen Watch Store: the Essential watch by Hong Kong brand Greyhours is a "sober" timepiece designed to be worn every day.

Today we like: houses in Canada

In celebration of Canada Day, here's a look at some of the best houses situated in the dramatic landscapes of the vast North American country.

Jungle House by Studio MK27 features a rooftop infinity pool with views over a Brazilian rainforest

A swimming pool on the roof of this concrete residence by Brazilian office Studio MK27 sits within the dense canopy of a coastal rainforest in São Paulo state (+ slideshow).

Tesla driver killed in first fatal crash using Autopilot

The driver of an electric Tesla car has been killed in a road accident after its Autopilot mode failed to recognise an oncoming lorry.

Special offer! Buy Dezeen Book of Interviews for just £8 in our summer sale

Dezeen Book of Interviews features conversations with 45 leading figures in architecture and design. You can now pick up a copy for just £8 in our summer sale.

Snøhetta lines Aesop store in Oslo with faceted oak panelling

Three-dimensional oak panelling covers the walls, ceiling and counter of this Aesop store interior in Oslo, designed by Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta (+ slideshow).

Job of the week: senior designer at Piet Boon Studio

Our job of the week on the new and improved Dezeen Jobs is for a senior designer to work with Dutch designer Piet Boon, who recently transformed a former military hospital chapel into a restaurant (pictured).

Murman Arkitekter completes a Swedish villa that fans out in all directions

Wooden barn-like blocks splay out in various directions to form this Swedish villa by Stockholm studio Murman Arkitekter, framing views of a lake and surrounding woodland (+ slideshow).

Mischer'traxler designs seesawing Equilumen lamp that brightens as it dips

The Equilumen lamp by Viennese design duo Mischer'Traxler features two oversized globes seesawing on either side of a horizontal rod (+ slideshow).

Cutler Anderson builds wooden Newberg Residence over an Oregon pond

Visitors must traverse a bridge to enter this family dwelling by US studio Cutler Anderson Architects, which was built atop a pool in Oregon (+ slideshow).

Dorte Mandrup unveils plans for tent-like climate research centre in Greenland

Danish studio Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter has revealed its designs for a climate research and visitor centre in Greenland, featuring a tent-like structure and a rooftop platform for observing icebergs (+ slideshow).

"After decades of Detroit ruin porn, America's Biennale exhibition runs riot"

Opinion: the imaginative but unrealistic proposals for Detroit on show at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale have left Aaron Betsky wondering if there is hope for architectural projects among the city's ruins.

Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects chosen for Obama Presidential Library

Architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien have won the long-running competition to design the Obama Presidential Library in Chicago.

AIA reveals best small American architecture projects of 2016

The American Institute of Architects has announced the winners of this year's Small Projects Awards, which include a tiny floating sauna and a mobile dental surgery in a trailer (+ slideshow).

"Design is always political" says What Design Can Do founder

Dezeen promotion: designers can engage with social and political problems that are sometimes too big for governments to tackle, says Richard van der Laken, founder of annual social design conference What Design Can Do (+ interview).

Micaella Pedros uses heat-shrunk plastic bottles to join furniture

Graduate shows 2016: Royal College of Art graduate Micaella Pedros has repurposed discarded plastic bottles into joints that can be used to hold wooden furniture together (+ movie).

Dezeen Mail issue 312 features this week's best stories and discussions

Ikea's killer dressers, a transparent slide atop Los Angeles' tallest skyscraper and Renzo Piano's huge cultural centre in Athens (pictured) feature in this week's Dezeen Mail.