The homes of 27,000 Palestinian refugees will be replaced as part of this reconstruction project underway at Nahr el-Bared, 16 kilometres outside of Tripoli, Lebanon (+ slideshow). More
Today's glorious May weather has been soundtracked by Smile Machine, a groovy, lo-fi track by Giga Herbs, a four-piece from Staten Island, New York.
The song is taken from their debut album Mad Weird, which they've just self-released on Bandcamp.
Listen to more lo-fi tracks we've featured on Dezeen Music Project here.
Michael Renard, executive vice president of bioprinting company Organovo, explains how 3D printing could one day be used to produce replacement tissue, vessels and organs in this interview conducted for our print-on-demand magazine Print Shift (+ transcript). More
A stone stable converted in a residence in Spain (above), 3D-printed eyewear and edible furniture all feature in the latest issue of Dezeen Mail, along with all the latest news, jobs, competitions and reader comments from Dezeen.
News: US firms SO-IL and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson have won a competition to design an art museum at the University of California's Davis campus with plans that will unite indoor and outdoor spaces beneath a large steel roof. More
The birds inside this cuckoo clock by London design studio BERG are programmed to poke their heads out to announce Twitter messages, retweets and new followers (+ movie). More
Australian office Kennedy Nolan Architects used recycled bricks, concrete and rough-sawn timber to construct this courtyard house near the beach in Melbourne. More
Dutch studio Barcode Architects has renovated a house in Belgium to make room to display a collection of hunting trophies. More