Board-marked concrete walls frame this Buenos Aires residence by Argentinian architect Federico Sartor, but at the back they give way to large windows, offering views of a courtyard and lake (+ slideshow).
Most Loved: in the next movie from our exclusive video series, British designer Alexander Taylor discusses the impact his folded metal light for Established & Sons had on his career.
New South Wales officials have rejected recommendations to heritage list the Sirius apartment building – leaving one of Sydney's only examples of Brutalist architecture at risk of demolition.
This cluster of tent-like structures was designed by Tokyo architect Issei Suma to provide meals and accommodation to the elderly residents of a small Japanese community (+ slideshow).
Norwegian designer Falke Svatun has created a dining chair with a thin backrest that curves around its sitter like a shell (+ slideshow).
Architecture firm Archohm has completed a wedge-shaped museum in Lucknow dedicated to the late Indian independence activist Jayaprakash Narayan (+ slideshow).
This holiday home in Rhode Island by US studio Roger Ferris + Partners consists of a cluster of gable-roofed volumes, influenced by vernacular architecture in rural New England (+ slideshow).
Architecture firm Yoshihara McKee has removed all of the full-height partitions at this apartment in New York's Chelsea neighbourhood to make the most of a large skylight (+ slideshow).
Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus and International Style architecture in the world.
World Heritage Corb: Maison Guiette in Belgium was Le Corbusier's first commission outside of France, but is one of the lesser-known of his 17 buildings that have been added to UNESCO's World Heritage list (+ slideshow).
From artisanal boutique to superstores, the trend for Minimalist packaging design continues to pick up pace.
The bulbous aircraft known as the "Flying Bum" has slowly nose-dived into a field during its second test flight in the English countryside (+ movie).
This roundup of homes in Colorado is next up in our series celebrating residential architecture across the US, and includes a renovated chalet in Aspen and a cluster of rugged cabins built by graduate students (+ slideshow).
Shanghai studio Neri&Hu has used wooden sticks and sandstone slabs to create a cavernous interior for a new cultural centre in the city's emerging Hongqiao district (+ slideshow).
To gain views of Canada's Lake Erie from a sheltered plot, architecture firm Kariouk Associates designed this house to include a "love nest" that pokes above the treetops (+ slideshow).
Design studio Minorpoet has overhauled a 1960s apartment in Tokyo to create a simple home and workplace that has its kitchen hidden behind folding wooden doors (+ slideshow).
A pointy wooden roof tops this concrete house in Tokyo, which led Apollo Architects & Associates to name the building Hat.
Korean design studios Cloudandco and 11+ have teamed up to create this pocket-sized wireless speaker that can be mounted onto a fridge (+ slideshow).
Patterned grills screen the windows of this terrazzo-covered house in Ho Chi Minh City, which has been designed by local studio Sanuki Daisuke Architects to make the most of the site's little natural light (+ slideshow).
Providing sweeping views of a wilderness reserve was the primary goal for US studio Lubrano Ciavarra when designing this large wood-and-slate holiday home in Rhode Island (+ slideshow).