This week on Dezeen
This week on Dezeen we reported on plans for Álvaro Siza's first building in the US, the opening of the OMA-designed Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow, and a remote cabin in Washington state (pictured). Read on to catch up with the latest architecture, interiors and design news, plus our track of the week.
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Dutch designer Joris Laarman unveiled a design for a steel pedestrian bridge in Amsterdam that will be 3D printed by robots.
Chinese architecture firm MAD unveiled designs for a residential project resembling a hilltop village in Beverly Hills, and construction work started on a new tech campus on New York's Roosevelt Island.
A school swimming pool with a faceted roof, a house covered in perforated weathered steel and a cedar-clad residence on the Welsh coastline were among the winners of this year's RIBA awards.
New York-based architect Daniel Libeskind unveiled plans to build a trio of skyscrapers in Rome, while Zaha Hadid revealed images of a pair of tapered towers for a site on Australia's Gold Coast.
We interviewed maverick graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister and architect David Adjaye, who spoke about the "ethical pride" that drives his studio.
Architects and designers paid tribute to Indian architect Charles Correa, who died this week aged 84, and we looked back at the impact of typefaces by German designer Hermann Zapf, creator of Dingbats – the precursor of the emoji.
Popular projects included a house in California designed for a violinist, a treetop holiday home overlooking a Sri Lankan rubber plantation, an Australian home inspired by Brazilian Modernist architecture, and a building for a winery in Bordeaux by Foster + Partners.
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