This London house extension for a gallery director features a large round window inspired by circular voids that appear in the works of sculptor Barbara Hepworth and abstract painter Ben Nicholson (+ slideshow). More »
Following the controversial selection of two winning entries in a competition to design the Bauhaus Museum Dessau's new home, we've created a Pinterest board filled with some of the most iconic and unusual new institutions in the world, including Renzo Piano's Whitney in New York and Frank Gehry's Biomuseo in Panama.
Pomo summer: Michael Graves' pink and teal Portland Municipal Services Building in Portland, Oregon, is one of Postmodernism's most important structures – and also one of its most divisive. As our season dedicated to the controversial movement nears its end, we revisit the building that kickstarted the debate about preserving Postmodern architecture. More »
This week on Dezeen: Apple's latest product launches – including a stylus designed for technical drawing – dominated headlines, while one of the winning entries in a competition to design the Bauhaus Museum Dessau's new home (pictured) quickly became one of this week's most-discussed subjects. More »
Wooden shingles clad the end wall and pitched roofs of this terrace in the English county of Hampshire, designed as a prototype for affordable, sustainable construction in the area (+ slideshow). More »
Our US job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an architect/interior architect at Studio Arthur Casas, who created an outdoor living room with glass panels that slide into the walls (pictured). Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
Pomo summer: art director Jean-Paul Goude brought Postmodernism's bold shapes and historical references into the fashion world with his maternity dress for Grace Jones, which both disguised and celebrated her pregnancy. In the next instalment from our season, we explore the genesis of the dress and how it made Jones a poster child for the design movement everyone loves to hate. More »
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