This week in architecture and design on Dezeen
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This week on Dezeen

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.

St Antony's College by Zaha Hadid
St Antony's College by Zaha Hadid

Zaha Hadid completed a  shimmering new facility for the University of Oxford and Bjarke Ingels spoke of his desire to replace Modernism's "boring box" legacy with new kinds of localised architecture.

SANAA triumphs in hotly contested Sydney Modern gallery competition
SANAA's Sydney Modern gallery design

SANAA triumphed in a hotly contested competition to design a new gallery in Sydney and controversial taxi app Uber unveiled its plans for a new headquarters in San Francisco.

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Research Center 1102 by Harquitectes

Two paleontological centres featured on Dezeen this week; one is a research centre with a facade of computer-controlled shutters that regulate the internal temperature, whilst the other was built specifically to house the remains of a prehistoric reptile.

Jonathan Ive
Jonathan Ive

In design news, Apple promoted Jonathan Ive as part of a reshuffle in the company's design department and the curators of next year's Istanbul Design Biennial were announced.

Chaville house extension part II by CUT Architectures
Chaville house extension part II by CUT Architectures

Popular projects included a concrete-framed extension to a French home, an interactive "mirror" made from faux-fur that mimics its user's every move and a modern building for a Spanish museum that was slotted behind a historic facade.

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Fine Arts of Asturias Francisco Mangado

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