This week on Dezeen
This week David Lynch unveiled his Paris nightclub, the Campana brothers completed their first hotel and BMW presented a pair of sustainable concept cars.
Our readers were shocked by a contraceptive device incorporating a one-cent coin and disturbed by a range of lamps that are turned on when you pull their nipples.
Our most popular story featured a monochrome house overlooking the Hollywood sign and readers admired the black charred facade of a tea house in the Czech Republic.
A bizarre collection of crafted objects went on show at the V&A, a retractable room divider for hospital wards won the UK James Dyson Award and the RIBA asked “has the architectural media lost its backbone?”
On Dezeen Screen there's an animation by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec and crash tests for an inflatable bicycle helmet.
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