This week on Dezeen we reported on Steven Holl's long-delayed Queens library, Jean Nouvel's first skyscraper in New York and a family home built into a granite rock face in Stockholm (pictured). Click through for a roundup of architecture and design news from the past seven days, plus our regular featured music track. More
Graduate shows 2015: tailoring influenced by Scandinavian furniture and colours plucked from 1960s supermarket packaging featured among the collections at the 2015 University of Westminster graduate fashion show. Dezeen's Dan Howarth selects his four favourites from the catwalk. More
New York 2015: Print All Over Me has launched a range of textiles for the home with a living room installation in New York that changed daily to feature different patterns on every surface (+ slideshow). More
Interview: Alex Garland's science-fiction movie Ex Machina features just one location: a tech billionaire's minimalist hideaway in Alaska. Production designer Mark Digby told Dezeen how architecture was used to create the thriller's clinical mood and provide a "seducing" backdrop (+ slideshow + transcript). More
Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a project architect with Sou Fujimoto Architects, Nicolas Laisné Associés and Manal Rachdi Oxo Architects, whose joint proposal for a Paris university building filled with trees and plants is pictured.
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The Japanese island of Miyako-jima is prone to frequent typhoons, so this kindergarten was planned by studios Hibino Sekkei and Youji no Shiro to offer children protection from heavy rain and flying debris (+ slideshow). More