In the last few weeks we’ve published a few projects where architects have come up with inventive ways of getting around restrictive planning requirements. Here’s a roundup of the most popular buildings we've featured on Dezeen where disguises, moving walls and even skis have been employed to skirt around these obligations. More »
Monthly archives: March 2012
This time last year it was announced that the 2011 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion would be a walled garden designed by Peter Zumthor and Karim Rashid's typically colourful renovation of a subway station in Naples was slated by readers, with one describing it as "hideous and overwrought." More »
Slideshow: the undulating oak underbelly of four auditoriums bursts through the glazed facade of this concert hall in Kristiansand, Norway. More »
Check out the latest issue of Dezeen Mail for all the best stories and comments from Dezeen, including a fire station that looks like a church, a church that looks like a cave and an apartment that looks like a cell, plus our plans for Milan and the launch of Dezeen Music Project.
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Extra large windows frame the interiors of this shingle-clad cabin in Victoria, Australia. More »