10 parasitic dwellings that cling to other buildings

Parasitic structures rely on a host building for support or services. Here’s 10 of the best examples, including experimental housing for the homeless, a secluded artist’s studio and a house-shaped wooden hut affixed to the side of a hotel. Manifest Destiny, US, by Mark Reigelman and Jenny Chapman To push the boundaries of where an urban dweller

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10 must-see landmarks on Norway’s scenic tourist trails

Norway’s 18 tourist routes are known for their breathtaking scenery, but that’s not the only reason to make the pilgrimage. The Nordic country’s landscape is dotted with architectural gems, including a memorial for witches by Peter Zumthor and a rusty steel viewing platform by Reiulf Ramstad. Trollstigen Tourist Route Project by Reiulf Ramstad Architects Reiulf Ramstad Architects installed a

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10 contemporary homes that integrate arched doorways, windows and nooks

This week’s roundup from our Pinterest boards focuses on home interiors that feature arched openings – from an Arts and Crafts-inspired Melbourne house to a renovated Barcelona apartment. Vault Beach House, USA, by Johnston Marklee Johnston Marklee carved arches into the facades of this California beach house to frame sea views. The form is carried throughout the

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Prefab buildings by Ten Fold Engineering build themselves in eight minutes

Our latest Facebook movie features modular structures designed by Ten Fold Engineering, which can be transported anywhere on a lorry and self-deployed at the touch of a button. Watch more movies on Facebook ›

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10 low-cost homes that could help to tackle the global housing crisis

An affordable micro home that takes less than a day to build has just launched in the UK, so we’re taking a look at 10 properties around the world that have been completed to an extremely tight budget and offer some solutions to widespread housing shortages. Sorte Hus, Denmark, by Sigurd Larsen Danish architect Sigurd Larsen built

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10 plant-covered buildings that point to a greener future

Architects are touting plant-covered tower blocks as a way to tackle air pollution and improve the quality of urban life. From one of the world’s tallest living walls to an entire “vertical forest” city in China, here are 10 examples showing the rise of verdant architecture. Rosewood Tower, Brazil, by Jean Nouvel Ateliers Jean Nouvel has recently

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10 movies featuring buildings that move or change shape

Over the last few months we’ve been publishing short movies about shape-shifting architecture on our Facebook page. Here are 10 of the best, including projects with sliding walls, kinetic facades and rotating rooms. Zoomlion Headquarters Exhibition Centre by amphibianArc This conceptual “transformer building” was designed by Californian architecture firm amphibianArc as an exhibition space for a

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10 architects you need to follow on Instagram

British architect Norman Foster joined Instagram recently, revealing candid pictures of his day-to-day activities. But he’s not the only big name on the photo-sharing platform – here’s our pick of the 10 architect Instagram accounts worth following. A post shared by Norman Robert Foster (@officialnormanfoster) on Mar 11, 2017 at 2:28am PST Norman Foster British architect Norman Foster has recently joined

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This week, architects were announced for the Serpentine Pavilion and the MPavilion

This week on Dezeen, Diébédo Francis Kéré was revealed as the first African architect to design the Serpentine Pavilion, while the Australian equivalent of the commission went to OMA. Burkinabe architect Diébédo Francis Kéré will create this year’s Serpentine Pavilion, which is set to feature a roof that mimics a tree canopy and a central waterfall. Rem Koolhaas and

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This week, Calatrava told women to “wait” for equality after survey showed gender pay gap is widening

This week on Dezeen, Santiago Calatrava responded to the 2016 Women in Architecture survey, which showed broadening pay disparity, by telling women to “just wait a second” for equality. Responding to new evidence showing sexism is rife in the architecture profession, Calatrava told a London audience that “women are the salt of our lives” while drawing

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This week, Bjarke Ingels popped up on Netflix and Mies van der Rohe was lined up for the silver screen

This week on Dezeen, Jeff Bridges was revealed to playing Mies van der Rohe in a forthcoming movie, while Netflix launched its new design documentary series, starring designers including Bjarke Ingels. New design documentary series Abstract: The Art of Design went live on Netflix yesterday, also featuring Tinker Hatfield, Es Devlin and Ilse Crawford. In its first episode, BIG founder

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This week, architects and tech companies protested Donald Trump’s travel restrictions

This week on Dezeen, American designer Tucker Viemeister designed a Nazi-style logo for Donald Trump, while high-profile architects and tech companies spoke out against the new US president’s so-called Muslim ban. The controversial travel ban – which restricts citizens from seven Middle Eastern and African countries from travelling to the US – provoked uproar from many

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Dezeen’s new Pinterest board celebrates Chinese architecture

It’s Chinese New Year! To celebrate, we’ve pinned dozens of buildings in China to a new Pinterest board – from MAD’s horseshoe-shaped hotel on the edge of a lake to a contemporary renovation of a historic hutong in Beijing. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

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This week, IKEA won design of the year and the UK holocaust memorial shortlist was revealed

This week on Dezeen, IKEA’s flat-pack refugee shelter won Design of the Year 2016 and the shortlist for a new UK holocaust memorial was revealed. IKEA’s temporary shelter designed for refugees was named the 2016 Beazley Design of the Year, beating the artwork for David Bowie’s final album and a robotic surgeon. Also this week, David

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This week, designers and architects responded to Donald Trump’s inauguration

This week on Dezeen, Shepard Fairey adapted Obama’s Hope poster to portray an anti-fear message for Donald Trump’s inauguration, while architects urged the new US president to take action on climate change. Shepard Fairey, whose iconic posters supporting Barack Obama’s 2008 election won him Design of the Year, applied the same style and colour palette

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This week, a Niemeyer hotel reopened its doors and Herzog & de Meuron got a win at Chelsea

Herzog & de Meuron won planning permission to completely overhaul Chelsea FC’s London stadium this week, while a hotel designed by Oscar Niemeyer reopened in Rio after being closed for 20 years. Herzog & de Meuron was unanimously granted planning permission for its planned revamp of Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge stadium, which will encase the existing structure behind 264 sculptural pillars, increasing capacity

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This week, new launches at CES brought the future closer

As the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas got underway this week, BMW and Toyota revealed futuristic concept cars, a “cute” home robot became a reality and Lego launched a kit for teaching children how to code. Lego announced a children’s kit for building and programming robots, while Californian start-up Mayfield Robotics revealed its domestic robot called Kuri, which

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Escape the January blues with Dezeen’s Pinterest board dedicated to holiday homes

Beat the post-Christmas slump with our Pinterest board full of architect-designed holiday homes in scenic locations around the world, from a fairytale-like cottage in a Canadian forest to a seaside dwelling nestled against a cliff in Norway. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

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This week, Tracey Emin announced plans to leave London following rejection of Chipperfield-designed studio

This week on Dezeen, artist Tracey Emin controversially announced plans to move her studio from London to the Kent coast. British artist Tracey Emin cited the planning rejection of her proposed David Chipperfield-designed extension as reason for the move, claiming she is “not wanted” in London. In other news, Rem Koolhaas spoke to Dezeen about giving the international

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Dezeen’s latest Pinterest board features houses and apartments in Poland

Two pared-back Polish interiors were popular on Dezeen this week, so we’ve created a Pinterest board dedicated to Poland’s best residential projects – from a micro flat measuring just 13 square metres to a suite of holiday apartments inside a 19th century brewery. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

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This week, self-driving cars from Uber and Google both hit headlines

This week on Dezeen, Google announced that its self-driving car project will continue life as a new company, while Uber’s fleet of autonomous vehicles got in hot water just hours after taking to the streets. Uber’s self-driving cars were ordered off the streets of San Francisco until the company acquires a necessary permit, after footage emerged of two

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Dezeen’s top 10 controversial stories of 2016

The last 12 months have been defined by contentious statements, tragic losses and tumultuous political events. Continuing our review of the year, social media editor Trudie Carter selects the top 10 stories that caused the most controversy in 2016.  Brexit throws UK creative industries into state of uncertainty The UK’s decision to leave the European Union in a

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This week, Rem Koolhaas and Peter Eisenman spoke out about Donald Trump

This week, Rem Koolhaas expressed his lack of surprise at Donald Trump’s sweep to victory while Peter Eisenman revealed that he had previously been “tricked” by the US president-elect. Speaking to Dezeen in Miami, OMA founder Rem Koolhaas said that the modern obsession with cities has masked the profound changes in rural America that helped ensure a Trump win.

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This week, Patrik Schumacher’s controversial speech became a scandal

This week on Dezeen, the architecture industry and the public reacted to the housing manifesto set out by Zaha Hadid Architects director Patrik Schumacher, with Hadid’s closest confidantes disowning the architect’s words. Patrik Schumacher took to Facebook to state his embarrassment at the “Mr Nasty image” created after his now-infamous speech, in which he called for social

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This week, a Chinese startup unveiled the world’s fastest electric supercar

This week on Dezeen, a Chinese company launched the world’s fastest electric car, while Jonathan Ive and Marc Newson teamed up to create a Christmas tree installation. Chinese electric car startup NextEV unveiled the P9 supercar at a launch in London on Monday, which it claims can go from zero to 200 kilometres per hour in 7.1 seconds.

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Berlin’s re-purposed buildings feature on our latest Pinterest board

This year’s World Architecture Festival was held in the German capital of Berlin, so we’ve created a new Pinterest board dedicated to the city’s regenerated architecture – including a renovated Nazi-era swimming pool hall by Veauthier Meyer Architects. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

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This week, 2016’s best building was revealed and Patrik Schumacher ruffled feathers

This week on Dezeen, the best architecture of 2016 was lauded at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin, where Zaha Hadid Architects director Patrik Schumacher gave a keynote speech calling for social housing to be scrapped. A Polish museum with a huge public space on its roof was named World Building of the Year 2016, while a monochrome

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This week, we launched Dezeen Hot List and the design community reacted to Donald Trump’s victory

This week on Dezeen we published the first-ever Dezeen Hot List, revealing the top 400 names in architecture and design, while Donald Trump won the US presidential election, prompting reactions across the industry. Following Donald Trump’s victory, illustrators took to social media to voice their reactions – with many portraying the former real estate mogul and reality TV star

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Dezeen’s latest Pinterest board focuses purely on minimalist design

Our latest Pinterest board is dedicated to pared-back design, architecture and interiors – from John Pawson’s immaculate London workspace and studio to the all-white interior of a hilltop house in Portugal. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

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Our latest Pinterest board spotlights Lisbon’s fresh new architecture

From Amanda Levete’s MAAT museum to the city’s first Architecture Triennale, new projects keep springing up in Lisbon. We’ve pinned the Portuguese capital’s best architecture to a new Pinterest board. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

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Our new Pinterest board features stunning architecture in Mexico

We’ve just got back from Design Week Mexico, so we’re spotlighting beautiful architecture projects from the country on our latest Pinterest board. Examples include a white crystalline church and a rammed-earth villa. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

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This week, Caruso St John won the Stirling Prize and Google launched a universal typeface

This week on Dezeen: Google unveiled a typeface that spans every written language, and this year’s Stirling Prize was awarded to Caruso St John with its gallery for Damien Hirst. Caruso St John Architects was named RIBA Stirling Prize 2016 winner on Thursday evening for Newport Street Gallery – an exhibition space that showcases the personal art collection of British artist Damien Hirst. Google More

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“Architects still don’t understand how people live”

Comments update: the UK’s housing crisis became the hot topic this week, as readers reacted to Phineas Harper’s first Opinion column for Dezeen. Crisis: in his column last week, Harper argued that the term “housing crisis” has become a catch-all excuse for self-serving projects. Readers have interjected, giving their opinions on the role that governments, private-sector property developers and More

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“Giant glass grasshoppermates with building”

Comments update: Zaha Hadid Architects’ new headquarters for Antwerp’s Port Authority is the controversial talking point this week, with readers both decrying and praising the building’s visual impact on its surroundings. Holland bling: the faceted glass extension is considered one of the most ambitious projects proposed by British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid before her death earlier this year, but some commenters More

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Foster + Partners’ Apple Campus 2 begins to take shape in drone video

This unofficial drone video captures the construction of Foster + Partners’ Apple headquarters in California as the outer shell of the campus nears completion (+ movie). The movie, uploaded by YouTube user Matthew Roberts, shows the main hub of the campus – a hoop-shaped structure dubbed the Spaceship – taking form as cranes finish installing the exterior More

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Discover Le Corbusier’s most important architecture on Dezeen’s new Pinterest board

World Heritage Corb: many of French-Swiss architect Le Corbusier’s most important works feature on our latest Pinterest board, which we’ve created to mark the end of our series exploring the 17 of his buildings recently added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more Le Corbusier in our archive

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11 of the best rooftop swimming pools on Dezeen

As London enjoys a mini heatwave, we’re celebrating the belated arrival of summer by dipping into some of the best rooftop swimming pools from our archive, including an infinity pool with views of the Tel Aviv skyline and a bathing spot in the Brazilian jungle (+ slideshow). The Pool at Pyne by T.R.O.P. A canopy of concrete frames appears More

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Steeply pitched roofs feature on Dezeen’s new Pinterest board

Pitched roofs are back in vogue and pointier than ever, so we’ve pinned some of the best examples to a new Pinterest board, including a timber-clad house on Canada’s Cape Breton and a summer house that doubles as a climbing wall. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more pointy roofs in our archives

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Worship the best chapels on Dezeen with our new Pinterest board

A concrete chapel raised above the tide of a Chinese beach was popular this week, so we’ve pinned dozens of picturesque chapels from our archive to a new Pinterest board.
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Tate Modern releases movie showing construction of Herzog & de Meuron’s extension

Tate Modern has released a time-lapse movie showing the building of Herzog & de Meuron’s Switch House extension, which has already attracted record visitor numbers (+ movie).The movie, produced by Lobster Pictures, shows the angular building being assembled from start to finish. Filmed over three years, it first shows the ten-storey concrete core rising on the south bank of More

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V&A stages first major retrospective of pioneering engineer Ove Arup

An exhibition has opened at London’s V&A museum charting the career and legacy of Ove Arup, who “forged a new role for engineers” in the 20th century (+ slideshow). As the headline exhibition in the V&A’s engineering season, Engineering the World: Ove Arup and the Philosophy of Total Design opened to the public last week. It is the first engineering retrospective More

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Six key stadiums hosting the Euro 2016 championship games

With the Euro football championship now underway, we’ve collected together everything you need to know about six of the tournament’s key venues, including a brand new stadium by Herzog & de Meuron. Stade de Bordeaux by Herzog & de Meuron The Bordeaux stadium comprises a sharp-edged rectangular roof supported by hundreds of slim white columns. It was completed last year More

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Popular projects by Peter Zumthor feature on Dezeen’s latest Pinterest board

We’ve created a new Pinterest board dedicated to the buildings of Swiss architect Peter Zumthor, including facilities for a Norwegian tourist trail and a memorial commemorating witches burnt at the stake. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more from Peter Zumthor

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Daring house designs feature on Dezeen’s new Pinterest board

Plans to build a subterranean residence with a swimming pool for a roof were given the go-ahead this week, prompting us to pin wildly ambitious house designs – built or imagined – to a new Pinterest board. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more conceptual architecture in our archive

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White houses feature on Dezeen’s new Pinterest board

A white holiday home in Okinawa by British designer John Pawson was popular this week, so we’ve gone back through our archive and pinned dozens of examples of white houses to a new Pinterest board. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more white houses in our archive

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Our latest Pinterest board is crammed full of ideas for compact living

Micro apartments are being touted as the solution for cities facing an affordable housing crisis, so we’ve squeezed some examples onto our Pinterest board dedicated to tiny homes. Explore a Wroclaw flat occupying just 13 square metres, a dwelling in Madrid with rooms connected by ladders, and many more. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more micro homes in our More

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Buildings in bloom feature on Dezeen’s updated plants Pinterest board

Jean Nouvel has completed a tower with foliage bursting out of perforated walls and wide balconies, so we’ve added this and more verdant architecture to our Pinterest board dedicated to plants. It also includes Vo Trong Nghia’s hotel with hanging gardens on its facades and a foliage-strewn house near Brussels by French botanical artist Patrick Blanc. More

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Today we like: Irish architecture and design

It’s St Patrick’s Day! We’re celebrating by revisiting our archive of Irish architecture and design, including 13 of the country’s best contemporary homes and a thatched pavilion overlooking the sea. See more projects from Ireland »

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Leaf through examples of woodland buildings on Dezeen’s new Pinterest board

We’ve created a Pinterest board full of architecture in woodlands and forests, including a cluster of timber teepees and a “creature-like” cabin that stands above a Latvian meadow.
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Holiday homes from all over the world feature on Dezeen’s new Pinterest board

Imagine staying in a concrete summer house that sits among dunes on the Argentinian coastline, or a pair of rural Icelandic cottages with burnt timber cladding. These beautiful holiday homes from Dezeen’s archive proved popular on Instagram, so we’ve created an entire Pinterest board full of remote retreats. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See all the holiday homes in our More

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Today we like: bookshops

To celebrate World Book Day, we’ve rounded up every bookshop ever published on Dezeen – from SelgasCano’s concept store based on the fictional Library of Babel to a rainbow display in Rio, where books are arranged by colour rather than by title. Browse all our bookshops »

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Every Serpentine Gallery Pavilion features on Dezeen’s updated Pinterest board

Bjarke Ingels unveiled his design for this year’s Serpentine Gallery Pavilion this week, so we’ve updated our Pinterest board to include images of each project since the commission began in 2000. Browse SelgasCano’s colourful plastic structure, Sou Fujimoto’s cloud-shaped grid, SANAA’s reflective aluminium canopy and many more. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more from the Serpentine Gallery Pavilions More

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Pay respects to the best memorials on Dezeen with our new Pinterest board

A towering steel Holocaust memorial in Italy was popular this week, so we’ve revisited the best commemorative architecture published on Dezeen. Visit our latest Pinterest board to explore more examples, including a concentration camp house shrouded in glass, a fan-shaped stone structure in Japan and a tribute to suspected witches burnt at the stake in 17th-century Norway. Follow More

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Concert halls take centre stage on Dezeen’s new Pinterest board

A concert hall in Poland featuring concrete and crushed brickwork impressed readers this week, so we’ve visited the Dezeen archives to create a Pinterest board full of awe-inspiring performance venues. Others include a spiky building shortlisted for last year’s Mies van der Rohe Award and Herzog & de Meuron’s part-completed Hamburg Elbphilharmonie. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | More

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Dezeen’s new Pinterest board celebrates Pritzker Prize winners past and present

Alejandro Aravena was named as the 2016 recipient of the Pritzker Prize this week. We’ve created a Pinterest board of projects by the Chilean architect, as well as buildings by past winners including SANAA, Shigeru Ban and many more. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See key projects from previous Pritzker laureates 

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See charred wood facades on Dezeen’s new Pinterest board

We’ve recently published a lot of buildings clad in wood that has been charred using a Japanese technique called Shou Sugi Ban. These include a blackened garden studio in London and a rural Icelandic cottage that settles into the landscape. Visit our new Pinterest board for even more examples of burnt-wood facades. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more More

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Explore examples of floating architecture on our new Pinterest board

Rising sea levels are leading to a surge of interest in floating architecture. We’ve created a new Pinterest board full of the best buoyant buildings, including a proposal for mass housing on London’s canals and a conceptual amphibious city in China. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more floating architecture on Dezeen

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New Pinterest board: humanitarian architecture

Refugee camps are the “cities of tomorrow”, according to one of the world’s leading aid experts. Explore more approaches to humanitarian architecture on our new Pinterest board, including Ikea’s “unusually sensitive” flat-pack shelters and an earthquake-resistant school in Thailand. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See the latest examples of humanitarian architecture in our archives

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Explore examples of wooden architecture on our latest Pinterest board

With a group of architects branding timber as the wonder material of the 21st century, we’ve created a Pinterest board full of the best wooden architecture projects from the pages of Dezeen. Explore examples including Finland’s tallest wooden apartment block, a house with a burnt-wood exterior, and much more. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See the latest timber buildings […]

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