Today we like: American skyscrapers

56 Leonard by Herzog & de Meuron

America may no longer be home to the world's tallest building, but the country that invented skyscrapers is still pioneering their design with skinner, greener and more unusually shaped structures.

We're celebrating this 4 July – US Independence Day – with a look back at some of the most recent examples, including Rafael Viñoly's already iconic 432 Park Avenue and Herzog & de Meuron's "Jenga tower" (pictured). See more US skyscrapers »

Get hot under the collar with Dezeen's new Pinterest board full of steamy saunas

Dezeen's new architecture Pinterest board is full of stunning saunas

Our latest Pinterest board collects together the most popular saunas from the pages of Dezeen, including a cavernous steam room built to emulate the form of a seaside grotto, an industrial-looking structure in Gothenburg and a wooden design that staggers up over Norway's rocky terrain.

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