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Latest architecture and design news from Dezeen.

UNStudio plans new cultural centre with rooftop cinemas for Paris

Centre Culturel Dédié Au 7è Art by UNStudio

UNStudio has won a competition to design a new cinema and cultural centre with weathering steel walls and green roofs as part of BIG's EruopaCity masterplan on the outskirts of Paris. More ›


Liverpool to introduce building height cap in bid to save World Heritage status

Liverpool plans to clamp down on tall towers after controversial plans to build a pair of high-rise blocks facing the River Mersey threatened the UNESCO World Heritage status of the English city. More ›


Final call for entries to A' Design Awards 2018

A Design Awards entries

Dezeen promotion: architects and designers have until the end of February to submit their entries to this year's A' Design Award and Competition. More ›


Zaha Hadid Architects proposes pedestrianising London

Zaha Hadid Architects has proposed creating a network of pedestrian routes across London to reintroduce walking as a viable form of transport in the city. More ›


United Visual Artists creates prismatic light installation for Burberry catwalk show

Models walked through an archway of rainbow-hued lasers at Burberry's London Fashion Week show, which featured light installations by London studio United Visual Artists. More ›


Johan Sundberg uses Siberian larch to clad gabled summer house on Sweden's coast

Summerhouse Sandby by Johan Sundberg Arkitektur

Larch boards cover both the interior and exterior of this gabled holiday home by Johan Sundberg, which stands in a pine forest next to a white sandy beach in Österlen, Sweden. More ›


Kate Ballis' infrared photography displays California modernism in vivid hues

Australian photographer Kate Ballis has toured Palm Springs with an infrared camera and coloured filters to produce these images, which show the muted desert city in lucid purple, pink and red tones. More ›


Elon Musk's Boring Company receives go-ahead to start DC to NYC Hyperloop tunnel

Boring Company tunnel

Entrepreneur Elon Musk has been given written permission to begin digging a transportation tunnel in Washington DC, which could eventually facilitate a 29-minute journey between the capital and New York City. More ›


Design, Bitches decorates Little Octopus restaurant in Nashville with sherbet shades

Little Octopus by Design, Bitches

Los Angeles studio Design, Bitches has evoked "old-school Miami" at this restaurant in Nashville using pastel colours, planting and plenty of natural light. More ›


MM6 Maison Margiela presents latest collection inside London pub

MM6 Maison Margiela's London Fashion Week show saw silver-lacquered garments presented inside a central London pub that had been completely decked-out in tin foil. More ›


Tapered colonnade fronts Coachella Valley Savings and Loan bank by E Stewart Williams

Coachella Valley Savings & Loan by E Stewart Williams

Scooped white columns resembling upturned arches provide a decorative facade for the Coachella Valley Savings & Loan bank designed by E Stewart Williams, which is next up in our series spotlighting Palm Springs' mid-century architecture during the city's Modernism Week. More ›


"I hate seeing bad design get attention because it's shocking"

Readers were left shocked and annoyed by the Seeding Finger, a conceptual artificial insemination tool modelled on a hand with an extra-long digit, in this week's comments update. More ›


OMA unveils plans for coloured glass courthouse in Lille

Lille courtroom by OMA

Dutch firm OMA has revealed its design for a six-sided courthouse in Lille, France, which will feature sheer facades of coloured glass. More ›


Tampliner designed to overcome the "inadequacy of period products"

Start-up company Callaly has created a new period product that combines a tampon and pantyliner, which could offer women a more trustworthy alternative to those currently on the market. More ›


Terra e Tuma creates narrow concrete house for dense area of São Paulo

Terra e Tuma creates narrow concrete house in São Paulo | Dezeen

Brazilian studio Terra e Tuma has designed a slender urban home with concrete block walls and rooms organised around two interior courtyards. More ›



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