Double-height glass doors slide back to open up an entire facade of this house in Israel by architect Pitsou Kedem (+ slideshow). More »
Monthly archives: August 2013
British firm Simon Conder Associates has built two wooden houses into the side of a steep hill in the English coastal village of Porthtowan (+ slideshow). More »
Pastel gradients spread up the walls of this languages school in Valencia by local design studio Masquespacio (+ slideshow). More »
Back to printing again this week on Dezeen, as an inkjet printer that eats its way down a stack of paper (pictured) was revealed and the world's first architectural structure using standard 3D printers was completed. Click through for more highlights and our Dezeen Music Project track of the week. More »
Our jobs of the week on Dezeen Jobs are positions with Specialized Bicycle Components in California, who recently unveiled the world's fastest road bike (pictured) in collaboration with McLaren. Visit the ads for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
Image credit: Steve Gallagher
Dutch studio Personal Architecture has renovated one of Piet Bloms' iconic Cube Houses in Rotterdam to create a residence for delinquents in their final stages of detention (+ slideshow). More »
Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have unveiled a prototype electric car that folds in half. More »
Here's another small-scale project featuring strikingly realistic renderings - this time a timber-clad home in England by Ström Architects, who claim that investing in quality CGI is "more effective than advertising" (+ slideshow + interview). More »
Original floor tiles were relocated to highlight seating areas during designer Laura Bonell Mas' renovation of this Barcelona apartment (+ interview). More »
Gigantic tree-like columns support the overhanging roof of the Qatar National Convention Centre by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, captured in these new shots by Portuguese photographer Nelson Garrido. More »
Her Lips is a dark, brooding electronica record by a Munich-based producer called Berunto. The track starts off with a pulsing and deceptively syncopated synth line, which sets it up for a wonderfully unexpected bass line to kick in a few moments later.
Royal College of Art graduate Benedikt Groß has digitally "printed" a field with a pattern of oats and wild flowers (+ movie). More »
Two Denmark architects have designed a concept for narrow apartments that fill tiny gaps between existing buildings. More »