Today we like: glass

Glass Printing by Neri Oxman

Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has just unveiled a glass kitchen and created a glass wardrobe earlier this year, but he's not the only one who has been pushing the boundaries of the transparent material.

In August, a team from MIT's MediaLab unveiled a technique for 3D-printing molten glass (pictured), and a team of students used smartphone glass to build a lightweight pavilion, while Patricia Urquiola and Nendo were among the designers who revealed glass furniture during this year's Milan design week. See all our stories about glass design »

Explore examples of wooden architecture on our latest Pinterest board

New Dezeen Pinterest board full of timber architecture

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.

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