We've recently published a lot of buildings clad in wood that has been charred using a Japanese technique called Shou Sugi Ban. These include a blackened garden studio in London and a rural Icelandic cottage that settles into the landscape. Visit our new Pinterest board for even more examples of burnt-wood facades.
Rising sea levels are leading to a surge of interest in floating architecture. We've created a new Pinterest board full of the best buoyant buildings, including a proposal for mass housing on London's canals and a conceptual amphibious city in China.
Herzog & de Meuron unveiled its final design for the revamp of Chelsea FC's London stadium this week, so we've created a Pinterest board full of iconic stadiums. Others include Zaha Hadid's scrapped plans for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the world's largest free-spanning dome and and a solar-powered structure in Brazil.
Refugee camps are the "cities of tomorrow", according to one of the world's leading aid experts. Explore more approaches to humanitarian architecture on our new Pinterest board, including Ikea's "unusually sensitive" flat-pack shelters and an earthquake-resistant school in Thailand.
The transformation of an east London warehouse into a photographer's live-work space was one of our most-read stories this week, so we've created a new Pinterest board full of the best warehouse conversions and re-purposed industrial spaces.
With a group of architects branding timber as the wonder material of the 21st century, we've created a Pinterest board full of the best wooden architecture projects from the pages of Dezeen. Explore examples including Finland's tallest wooden apartment block, a house with a burnt-wood exterior, and much more.
We've been reporting from the World Architecture Festival and Inside Festival 2015 in Singapore this week. Our new Pinterest board is filled with award-winning projects from the events, including Ole Scheeren's World Building of the Year and March Studio's World Interior of the Year.
London is becoming a global centre for the collectable design market, contributing to a glut of new gallery architecture. But other cities and countries are also riding the wave of investment in art and design, with recent examples including Los Angeles' The Broad art museum, and China's numerous new institutions. Explore our new Pinterest board that collects together the best galleries from the pages of Dezeen.
Following the popularity of a fully functional car made entirely out of cardboard by Japanese manufacturer Lexus, we've created a new Pinterest board full of architecture and design projects utilising the heavy-duty paper. Examples include a cathedral by Pritzker Prize winner Shigeru Ban, a bicycle that costs less than £10 to manufacture and jewel-like vases.
Dezeen is reporting from the first Chicago Architecture Biennial this week. Browse the city's newest projects, historic icons and lesser-known gems on our new Pinterest board, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House and the University of Chicago's Joe and Rika Mansueto Library by Helmut Jahn.
Zaha Hadid was named as the 2016 laureate of the prestigious Royal Gold Medal for architecture this week – the first time a woman has won the prize in her own right. Browse her award-winning designs on our updated Pinterest board.
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.
Since an installation comprising 100,000 balloons at London's Covent Garden has been so popular, we've created a new Pinterest board filled with designs that incorporate inflatables – or at least look like they do – including Marcel Wanders' ultra-lightweight chair and a cloud-like transport solution.
Artists and designers often chose the most dramatic locations to build their workspaces. We've updated our dedicated Pinterest board with some of the most interesting and beautiful recent examples, including a studio submerged into the side of a cliff and a cabin perched above a babbling stream.
Architects are increasingly proposing new architectural uses for shipping containers, such as replacing slum housing with skyscrapers formed from the stacked metal boxes and forming staircases by balancing them at an angle. We've collected together the best shipping-container projects, both realised and proposed, from the pages of Dezeen and pinned them to a new Pinterest board.
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