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Stonehenge Visitor Centre by Denton Corker Marshall

The visitor centre for ancient archeological site Stonehenge opened to the public this week. Our roundup of architecture and design news follows, along with the Dezeen Music Project featured track.

Who You Are is a delicate, stripped-down folk song by UK musician Willoughby.J.

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OMA wins Bordeaux bridge competition
OMA wins Bordeaux bridge competition

Also this week, OMA won the competition to design a new bridge in Bordeaux and the firm is to work alongside Foster + Partners plus Hollywood power-couple Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin to create a new ocean-side cultural quarter in Miami.

3D-printed eye cells could
3D-printed eye cells could "cure blindness"

3D-printed eye cells could "aid in the cure of blindness" according to researchers at The University of Cambridge, who published a paper about successfully printing adult nerve cells for the first time.

Pezo von Ellrichshausen's Casa Pezo is first of 12 architect-designed dream houses
Pezo von Ellrichshausen's Casa Pezo is first of 12 architect-designed dream houses

We published a series of dream houses proposed for Spain's Matarraña region, including a symmetrical concrete home by Pezo Von Ellrichshausen, a residence encased in a lattice of giant sticks by Sou Fujimoto and a house modelled on the form of an explosion by Didier Faustino.

Glowing stars by Pernilla Ohrstedt decorate Christmas tree in London hotel
Glowing stars by Pernilla Ohrstedt decorate Christmas tree in London hotel

We began to get in the festive spirit by featuring Christmas baubles designed by architects and celebrities including Zaha Hadid, Gwyneth Paltrow and Mary J Blige, as well as ornamental stars by Pernilla Ohrstedt for a London hotel's tree.

José Carlos Cruz completes
José Carlos Cruz completes "world's first cork-clad hotel"

Our top architecture stories were a cork-clad hotel clad in Portugal and a house in Yokohama with barely any walls around the ground floor so it can function as a community space.

House by Kazuhiko Kishimoto has a public seating deck and gallery underneath
House by Kazuhiko Kishimoto has a public seating deck and gallery underneath

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