Brutalism: Le Corbusier's first Unité d'Habitation is arguably the most influential Brutalist building of all time. With its human proportions, chunky pilotis and interior "streets", it redefined high-density housing by reimagining a city inside an 18-storey slab block. More
Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: London designer Keiichi Matsuda shows us how he is making his new film about the future of augmented reality in the next preview of our Dezeen and MINI Frontiers exhibition. More
London designer and filmmaker Ilona Gaynor looks at how the setup of a courtroom can manipulate how a case is perceived for her Designers in Residence commission at London's Design Museum (+ slideshow). More
Dezeen Watch Store will be returning to designjunction this week to host one of our popular pop-up shops, so we've put together a Pinterest board to showcase the designer watches that will be available.
The temporary store will run from 18 to 21 September on the ground floor of the former postal building, where you'll find us next to the Alessi cafe at stand G58.
See the latest from our recruitment site Dezeen Jobs, including positions with Hopkins Architects, OMA and Bruce Munro, whose installation of 600,000 CDs on the grass in a British field is pictured. This is also the last chance to apply for roles with Priestmangoode, Anchorage Museum, De Matos Ryan and more... More
Angular walls clad with white granite and a glazed courtyard surrounded by Islamic motifs feature at Fumihiko Maki's Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, which opens later this week (+ slideshow). More
London Design Festival 2014: British designer Sebastian Wrong has added a number of fresh pieces to his collaboration with Danish design brand Hay, adding to the collection that debuted in London last year (+ slideshow). More
This wooden shed with one thatched wall and one metal-mesh wall is designed by Guinée*Potin Architectes to host a newly invented sport that borrows from football, table football and squash (+ slideshow). More