The lower level of this village doctor's surgery in Spain is sunken down below road level and partially embedded in a slope, allowing it to appear the same size as the surrounding buildings (+ slideshow). More
This week we reported on Rem Koolhaas's statements about "sinister" technologies, a concept for Ikea's kitchen of the future and clip-on supports that can turn any flat surface into furniture (pictured). Click through for a roundup of the last seven days in architecture and design. More
Our US job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a studio director at Oppenheim Architecture + Design in Miami, who teamed up with Huesler Architekten to create offices in an 18th century building in northern Switzerland (pictured).
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An exhibition at New York's Museum of Arts and Design celebrates the work of Ralph Pucci, whose mannequin designs chronicle changes in visual culture over more than 30 years (+ slideshow). More
Slim batons of timber clad the facade of this medical clinic by Alt Arkkitehdit, which is set on the edge of a Finnish forest. More
Israeli artist Daniel Rozin has designed an interactive "mirror" from faux-fur bunches that change colour to create moving silhouettes (+ movie). More
Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a senior curator at the V&A's new museum in Stratford, which will occupy a site in the London 2012 Olympic Park (pictured). Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
London Festival of Architecture 2015: visitors to this London "sleeperie" can take a 10-minute nap in a colourful sling within a dimly-lit room, where soothing music is played and all technology is banned (+ slideshow). More
Geneva-based architect Aurélie Monet Kasisi has designed a mobile stand based on street-food carts to travel around Switzerland as a promotional vehicle for a suicide prevention organisation. More