British studio Hugh Strange Architects has transformed an agricultural barn in Somerset, England, into a family archive building by inserting a new timber structure within the dilapidated brick and stone shell. More »
Hungarian art and design collective Szövetség'39 has unveiled a concept to reduce the impact of rising sea levels in the world's delta regions by introducing a modular structure that will cultivate mangrove forests to form natural dams. More »
Perforated walls and sliding timber doors feature in this stable in Uruguay by architect Nicolas Pinto da Mota (+ slideshow). More »
Tomato vines suspended over conference tables and broccoli fields in the reception are part of working life at this Japan office by Kono Designs (+ slideshow). More »
Royal College of Art graduate Benedikt Groß has digitally "printed" a field with a pattern of oats and wild flowers (+ movie). More »
Dezeen Screen: in this fourth movie filmed by Dezeen in 2009 at the Shenzhen & Hong Kong Architecture Biennale, designers Joseph Grima and Jeffrey Johnson explain their urban farm project Landgrab City. Watch the movie »
As part of the Shenzhen & Hong Kong bi-city Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, Joseph Grima, Jeffrey Johnson and José Esparza have created a farm in the middle of an urban square in Shenzhen.