Ornate patterns have been carved into the wooden screens that surround this lakeside villa in western Austria, designed by Viennese architect Alexander Diem (+ slideshow). More
Austrian designer Robert Stadler has concealed the furniture of a 19th-century house beneath fabrics that camouflage with the historic interior, but also feature distortions reminiscent of digital glitches (+ slideshow). More
Opinion: with the opening of the latest attention-grabbing attraction at a skyscraper in Melbourne, Will Wiles asks if the advent of Google Maps has created a public too jaded to simply appreciate a spectacular view. More
Reports of a design fault with Apple's iPhone 6, Thomas Heatherwick's gin distillery for Bombay Sapphire (pictured), and the final stretch of the High Line in New York feature in Dezeen Mail issue 221. Click through for all the latest news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.
News: Bjarke Ingels has unveiled a vision to transform the harbour of Denmark's second largest city into a public plaza featuring a waterside theatre, swimming baths, beach huts and maritime allotments. More
This Sydney house by Farnan Findlay Architects has been clad in materials "that can take a beating" from the salty air and wind of its beachside location, including spotted gum timber that will turn grey over time (+ slideshow). More
Interview: a new exhibition at the Barbican in London explores how photographers have shaped public perceptions of architecture over the past century. Dezeen spoke to curator Elias Redstone about how greats including Le Corbusier, Aldo Rossi and Zaha Hadid have forged "symbiotic relationships" with photographers. More
These glowing circular swings have been installed by Höweler + Yoon Architecture to brighten up a patch of Boston parkland and to encourage children to play outside the confines of the playground (+ movie). More