This week on Dezeen we reported on David Chipperfield's plans for London's Royal Academy of Arts, the Mies van der Rohe Award winner for 2015 and the "world's first" multi-storey skatepark. Click through for a roundup of architecture and design news from the past seven days. More
British architect David Adjaye has filled the largest exhibition space at the Venice Biennale with a temporary museum and has also created a live events space for a seven-month reading of Karl Marx's Das Kapital (+ slideshow). More
After almost five years in the making, architecture studio FAT and artist Grayson Perry have completed their fairytale-inspired Essex holiday home, which was designed as a shrine to the fictional character Julie Cope (+ slideshow). More
Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with furniture company H and the Affordable Art Fair to give away two of the brand's Barrel Trays, along with tickets to this year's event in London for the winners and three runners up. More
Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has designed a temporary addition to a 17th-century Venetian palazzo, featuring a curved structure covered with 90,000 empty containers usually used to hold eyeshadow. More
British architect Guy Hollaway has unveiled plans for the "world's first" purpose-built multi-storey skatepark, which he says will help prevent young people from moving away from a sleepy British seaside town (+ slideshow). More
Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a chief curator at London's Design Museum (pictured). Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
London studio Haworth Tompkins has completed its £80 million refurbishment of Brutalist icon the National Theatre, including the addition of an all-new aluminium-clad theatre production facility (+ slideshow). More