Eight of the best recently completed Mexican houses

So far, 2018 has been a bumper year for private houses completed in Mexico. Here’s eight of our favourites, including a residence formed from a collection of black concrete cuboids and a colourful property designed as an homage to Luis Barragán. Casa Bruma, southwest of Mexico City, by Fernanda Canales and Claudia Rodríguez Black concrete

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Competition: win tickets to Sou Fujimoto’s talk at London’s Design Museum

For our latest competition, Dezeen has teamed up with Japan House, the Design Museum and London Festival of Architecture to give readers the chance to win tickets to Futures of the Future, a talk by Sou Fujimoto on 12 June 2018. Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto will discuss the relationship between nature and architecture with the Guardian’s architecture and design critic

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10 wedding chapels that are extraordinary

As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prepare to marry in St George’s Chapel, Windsor, this weekend, Dezeen looks back at 10 weird and wonderful wedding chapels. Seashore Chapel. China, by Vector Architects A creation of Beijing studio Vector Architects, this concrete chapel is designed to look like a drifting boat when the tide rises. Along with a room for ceremonies,

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