Two of our most popular movies on Dezeen Screen this month featured a robot that wakes its owner then poos on the floor and rioting robots on the streets of London, so we've compiled Dezeen's ten most popular stories about robots. More
One piece of plywood furniture inside this Polish apartment encompasses a bed, bookshelf, nightstand and wardrobe. More
This time last year Danish designers KiBiSi designed a flying car, Eindhoven duo BCXSY were dressed as cavemen in our top ten primitive designs and an ice cream laboratory opened in London. More
Tiled surfaces, scientific apparatus and plastic curtains turn this Paris cafe into a coffee laboratory. More
A roof terrace can be glimpsed between the metallic grey timber beams that surround a two-storey house near Riga, Latvia. More
Zaha Hadid's aquatics centre for the London 2012 Olympics opened this week, exactly one year ahead of the opening ceremony, while new aerial photos of all the venues were released and the Olympic medal design failed to impress. See all our stories about the London 2012 Olympics here. More
In this interview filmed by Dezeen at the Tai Ping carpet showroom in London, Hong Kong designer Andre Fu talks about creating his new collection for the Chinese brand. More
Check out the latest issue of Dezeen Mail for all the best stories and comments from Dezeen, including an upside-down skyscraper, sculptural shoes and stools made in an explosion. There's also an update from Dezeen Wire, the latest movies on Dezeen Screen and all our new competitions and jobs. Take a look at Dezeen Mail issue #78 here.
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