This house in Pittsburgh by American architect Eric Fisher cantilevers by 16 metres to hover over the roof of a glass factory (+ slideshow). More
The music we used on today's movie about Domaine de Boisbuchet in France is a track called Filtered Sunshine by Jordan Thomas Mitchell, which we featured on Dezeen Music Project last year.
Here's another track by Jordan Thomas Mitchell called Dead Messenger, which features a similarly gentle acoustic guitar pattern alongside a bluesy electric guitar riff and samples of bird song.
This kindergarten in Gandia, eastern Spain, has a cloud-shaped courtyard that encloses six mulberry trees (+ slideshow). More
Zaha Hadid Architects has unveiled new images and a movie showing the studio's proposals to convert an old textile factory in Belgrade, Serbia, into a free-flowing complex of apartments, offices and leisure facilities. More
News: a map that illustrates global forest densities using wood textures has won a competition to reinvent the tessellated world map designed 70 years ago by American architect and visionary designer R. Buckminster Fuller (+ slideshow). More
Offset gabled volumes form a new classroom and play area at this infant school in Oxfordshire, England, by local firm Jessop and Cook Architects (+ slideshow). More
Richard Rogers reflects on his 50-year career and says that architects today must be careful to protect the public domain in the final movie in our series of exclusive interviews with the eminent British architect. More
Playground swings can be hung both inside and outside this Japanese house with a corner sliced off by Level Architects, the firm that previously completed a residence with a slide connecting its floors (+ slideshow). More
In this movie we filmed at Domaine de Boisbuchet in southwestern France last month, design curator and collector Alexander von Vegesack gives us a tour round the estate, which features pavilions including Shigeru Ban's first permanent building in Europe, pioneering bamboo structures by Simón Vélez and experimental domes by German structural engineer Jörg Schlaich. More