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Maxime Mellot's Turia table includes a birdcage, fish tank and plant pot


Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Maxime Mellot has integrated a birdcage, a fish tank and a plant pot into this desk to encourage users "to look at natural elements".

Neville Brody: "Punk was probably the most influential thing to happen to me"


Dezeen Book of Interviews: in this interview from our latest book, influential graphic designer Neville Brody discusses the impact of London's punk movement on his work.

Spanish farmhouse revived by Dom Arquitectura with modern materials and details


Modern furniture and fittings are paired with stone walls and exposed roof trusses inside this old Spanish farm that Dom Arquitectura has transformed into a residence and guest house (+ slideshow).

Open plan office designs unpopular with workers and can damage productivity


News: more than half of employees prefer a private work space, while open-plan office workers often experience too many distractions to work effectively, according to new data.

Job of the week: architect at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson


This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an architect at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, who designed the Fifth Avenue Apple Store in New York (pictured).

CEBRA's children's home forms a cluster of archetypal house silhouettes


The fragmented gables that make up this children's centre by Danish studio CEBRA feature matching dormer windows that in some places have been extruded, inverted or turned upside down (+ slideshow).

Abedian School of Architecture by CRAB Studio was "designed from the inside out"


Inside Festival 2014: architect Gavin Robotham of CRAB Studio explains how the new architecture faculty building at Bond University was designed around the school's curriculum (+ movie).

Bruise suit shows para-athletes where they are injured


A group of Royal College of Art students has developed a suit that enables athletes with sensation loss to instantly detect and assess the severity of sporting injuries.

Curving concrete shell encases Paul Smith store by System Lab


Paul Smith's flagship store in the South Korean capital is housed in a softly curved white shell punctuated by small circular windows and a bright yellow entrance (+ slideshow).

Bulo's Dan modular furniture system is built from wooden ladders


Belgian furniture brand Bulo has launched a range of modular office furniture based around black ash wood frames.

David Chipperfield's Moganshan Road office building features an all-copper facade


A grid of muted copper frames the large windows of this slender office building, designed by British architect David Chipperfield for a park-side site in Hangzhou, China (+ slideshow).

"Operating system for urban mobility" wins Audi Urban Future award


News: a team from Mexico City has won this year's Audi Urban Future award with a scheme that collects location data from commuters to identify problems in the city's congested road network (+ slideshow).

Drone grown from fungus-like material melts if it crash lands


A team of researchers has completed a working prototype for a drone made from a fungal material that will biodegrade if it crashes outdoors.

Santorini Island retreat by Kapsimalis Architects features rooftop and underground pools


Greek office Kapsimalis Architects has renovated a small white house on the cliffs of a Greek island, adding two roof terraces with plunge pools, and a third and more sizeable swimming pool in the basement (+ slideshow).

"The control room is a highly charged mythic space"


Opinion: when the team behind the Rosetta space mission landed Philae on a moving comet last week, they celebrated in a grey control room – the kind of uniquely bland space that has been the backdrop to some of the 21st century's most iconic moments, says Will Wiles.

Dezeen Mail #229


Frank Gehry's first completed building in Australia, Herzog & de Meuron's controversial skyscraper for Paris (pictured), and a folding electric bike that can be carried in a backpack feature in Dezeen Mail issue 229. Click through for all the latest news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.

Design studio Raw Edges "feels like part of the Moroso family"


Movie: in the last of our series of exclusive video interviews for Moroso, London design duo Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay of Raw Edges explain what's special about working with the Italian furniture brand.

Philippe Prost's elliptical concrete memorial marks the centenary of World War I


This concrete oval, designed by Parisian architect Philippe Prost to be "the colour of war", stretches out across the site of one of the world's largest French military graves to commemorate the centenary of the First World War (+ slideshow).

Singapore university research centre ceiling consists of "6,000 moveable lights"


Inside Festival 2014: architect and professor Sawako Kaijima explains how she created a research and gallery space with "completely diffused lighting" in our next exclusive movie from this year's Inside Festival.

Construction starts on Smith and Gill's ice-inspired skyscraper for Chengdu


News: construction has started in Chengdu, China, on a 468-metre-high crystalline skyscraper by the architects behind the current and future tallest buildings in the world.


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