This asymmetric white building bridges the two existing halves of a town hall in the Belgian municipality of Harelbeke. More
Paint takes on a life of its own and snakes across the human body in this stop-motion animation by French graphics studio Tenas. The project took three people five days and incorporates 1500 photos. More
Designed in Hackney: our pick of design talent in the London borough of Hackney today is East London Furniture, a company that makes all its products from scrap materials found in the local area surrounding its shop on Hoxton Street. More
Slideshow: dozens of square windows are scattered across the facade of this crematorium in Lithuania with fortress-like concrete walls. More
Ian Gulbransen recorded this track, Jambox Midnight, for our JamScape exhibition in Milan last year.
Designed in Hackney: today's instalment in our showcase of the best design in the London borough of Hackney is this tiny printer by BERG, which aggregates digital data streams such as news feeds or social network updates and prints the information out on a till-roll to create a personalised miniature newspaper. More
Melbourne design studios Right Angle and Foolscap have created a temporary canteen, market and cinema in a former piano factory that until recently was the home of Australian television broadcaster Channel 9. More
"The track was made for Revisit/Rewind, a multi diciplinary exhibition + record & book concisting of sounds/music, texts and images, that deals with the issues of returning to the place where we once grew up," says Malmberg. "The piano was recorded in my parents' living room and the ambient sounds at a nearby lake where i used to go in Karlskoga, Sweden."
We're starting off our new Dezeen Music Project initiative with a recap of tracks submitted to our JamScape project exhibition in Milan last year. This first one is Dance of Lucifer by Navid Asghari, who's based near Dezeen's offices in the London borough of Hackney.
Slideshow: the concrete walls of this church in Tenerife are roughly lined with crushed volcanic rocks. More
Competition: we've teamed up with Hong Kong studio Kitmen Keung to give away five of their silicone mouse pads, designed to hold small items like paperclips and pens in place on their sloping edges. More
Designed in Hackney: we're kicking off this week's set of iconic projects designed in the London borough of Hackney with a Stirling Prize-nominated museum of fine art in Denmark by Shoreditch firm Tony Fretton Architects. More