A gigantic golden chasm welcomes visitors to this shopping centre in Malmö by Swedish architects Wingårdhs (+ slideshow). More »
Dutch studio Mecanoo has completed Europe's largest public library in Birmingham, England, with a sunken amphitheatre, rooftop gardens and a shimmering facade clad with interlocking metal rings (+ slideshow). More »
Belgian studio AWG Architecten added pivoting golden cabinets and a golden platform to adapt an old church into a cultural centre in the Dutch village of Leegkerk (+slideshow). More »
Foster + Partners has completed a new gallery wing clad with golden pipes at the Lenbachhaus art museum in Munich (+ slideshow). More »
Berlin studio Gnädinger Architekten has completed a faceted golden museum dedicated to medieval marksmanship beside the fortified city wall of Duderstadt in Germany. More »
As gold medals are being awarded to athletes at the Olympic games, we've made a new Pinterest board featuring all the golden design and architecture from the pages of Dezeen. Over 22,000 people now follow us on Pinterest – join them here.
Dezeen archive: we've noticed a trend in golden buildings recently, including The Hive by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Maidstone Museum East Wing by Hugh Broughton Architects just this week, so we thought we’d round up all our stories that feature a lavish use of golden materials. See all the stories »
In this movie by Paul Nicholls of architectural animation studio Factory Fifteen, the world is conceptualised as a series of virtual interfaces, where people visit places and meet each other without leaving the room. Going to a party? You'll need the IP address. Want to go to the park? Just download a template and build it.
Called Somewhere, the film is the follow-up to Nicholls' award-winning movie The Simulation. You can see all the movies we've featured by Factory Fifteen here. More »