A white holiday home in Okinawa by British designer John Pawson was popular this week, so we've gone back through our archive and pinned dozens of examples of white houses to a new Pinterest board.
Design for children is one of the standout trends from Milan design week this year, so we've created a Pinterest board full of the latest kids' furniture and homeware, and added a few favourites from Dezeen's archive too.
Micro apartments are being touted as the solution for cities facing an affordable housing crisis, so we've squeezed some examples onto our Pinterest board dedicated to tiny homes. Explore a Wroclaw flat occupying just 13 square metres, a dwelling in Madrid with rooms connected by ladders, and many more.
Jean Nouvel has completed a tower with foliage bursting out of perforated walls and wide balconies, so we've added this and more verdant architecture to our Pinterest board dedicated to plants. It also includes Vo Trong Nghia's hotel with hanging gardens on its facades and a foliage-strewn house near Brussels by French botanical artist Patrick Blanc.
Imagine staying in a concrete summer house that sits among dunes on the Argentinian coastline, or a pair of rural Icelandic cottages with burnt timber cladding. These beautiful holiday homes from Dezeen's archive proved popular on Instagram, so we've created an entire Pinterest board full of remote retreats.
Bjarke Ingels unveiled his design for this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion this week, so we've updated our Pinterest board to include images of each project since the commission began in 2000. Browse SelgasCano's colourful plastic structure, Sou Fujimoto's cloud-shaped grid, SANAA's reflective aluminium canopy and many more.
A towering steel Holocaust memorial in Italy was popular this week, so we've revisited the best commemorative architecture published on Dezeen. Visit our latest Pinterest board to explore more examples, including a concentration camp house shrouded in glass, a fan-shaped stone structure in Japan and a tribute to suspected witches burnt at the stake in 17th-century Norway.
Residential extensions in London have been popular with our readers recently, following this year's Don't Move Improve! awards. Visit our new Pinterest board for a selection of the best, including a sunken glass box, a yellow-framed"shopfront" and a black timber structure featuring a walkway for cats.
A concert hall in Poland featuring concrete and crushed brickwork impressed readers this week, so we've visited the Dezeen archives to create a Pinterest board full of awe-inspiring performance venues. Others include a spiky building shortlisted for last year's Mies van der Rohe Award and Herzog & de Meuron's part-completed Hamburg Elbphilharmonie.
Readers were up in arms this week about a folded steel staircase, which they claimed were missing a crucial handrail. Our latest Pinterest board is dedicated to similarly extreme staircase design, from cantilevered wooden treads "as thin as plates" to a conceptual flight of steps attached midway up a skyscraper.
Rotterdam is "the city of the future" say architects, who claim that experimental construction is transforming the Netherlands' second city into a world-class destination. So we've created a new Pinterest board celebrating innovative Dutch architecture, including OMA's vertical city complex and MVRDV's colossal market hall.
Alejandro Aravena was named as the 2016 recipient of the Pritzker Prize this week. We've created a Pinterest board of projects by the Chilean architect, as well as buildings by past winners including SANAA, Shigeru Ban and many more.
Mirrored facades can help buildings camouflage into their surroundings or create optical illusions. We've created a new Pinterest board full of reflective architecture, including a desert cabin that appears to be invisible and a Japanese cafe that mirrors a bank of cherry blossoms.
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