In the last few weeks we’ve published a few projects where architects have come up with inventive ways of getting around restrictive planning requirements. Here’s a roundup of the most popular buildings we've featured on Dezeen where disguises, moving walls and even skis have been employed to skirt around these obligations. More
This time last year it was announced that the 2011 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion would be a walled garden designed by Peter Zumthor and Karim Rashid's typically colourful renovation of a subway station in Naples was slated by readers, with one describing it as "hideous and overwrought." More
Slideshow: the undulating oak underbelly of four auditoriums bursts through the glazed facade of this concert hall in Kristiansand, Norway. More
This week we announced our plans for Milan during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, with Dezeen Studio powered by Jambox setting up camp at new design centre MOST, where we'll be filming a daily TV show with interviews, news and even weather reports. More
Not a bad track to get your Friday night started either.
Check out the latest issue of Dezeen Mail for all the best stories and comments from Dezeen, including a fire station that looks like a church, a church that looks like a cave and an apartment that looks like a cell, plus our plans for Milan and the launch of Dezeen Music Project.
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Extra large windows frame the interiors of this shingle-clad cabin in Victoria, Australia. More
Designed in Hackney: designer Ian McIntyre hand-crafted this pottery collection for furniture brand Another Country at his Hoxton studio in the London borough of Hackney and fired some of the pieces in his own kilns. More
Dezeen Screen: as we prepare for our relocation to Milan for the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in April, we've paid a visit to British designer Tom Dixon, instigator of new design epicentre MOST at the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia. More
Dezeen Music Project takes a slightly darker tone today, with this stuttering, glitchy offering from Mykus, which features vocals by Fruit Shoes.
You can check out the accompanying video on YouTube too.
Milan 2012: Bangkok designers THINKK Studio and Studio 248 will team up to present furniture and lighting at Ventura Lambrate in Milan next month, including this adjustable lamp that's held together by a single cord slotted through the components. More