Stilts allow architects to build on difficult terrains, or to simply offer their clients better views of the surroundings. Recent examples include a woodland writer's cabin and a student-built viewing platform, while popular projects from the archive include a clifftop house near Sydney and an elevated tea house in Japan. See more buildings on stilts »
Comments update: a crowdfunding campaign for "modular parasitic sleeping pods" for homeless people generated the most debate this week. Read on for more on this and explore our comments page to keep up to date with the latest discussions. More »
Our US job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a full-time faculty position in designed objects at the School of Art Institute of Chicago, which is partly housed in the Chicago museum that was extended by architects Renzo Piano Building Workshop (pictured). Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
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