A thin concrete roof rests lightly on the glazed walls of this minimal poolside pavilion, added to a house in the Belgian village of Wannegem-Lede – the second project we've published today by architect Lieven Dejaeghere (+ slideshow). More
Photo essay: French photographer Jérémie Souteyrat trained himself to photograph architecture after moving to Tokyo, by hunting down and documenting some of the best private houses in his adopted city. More
Green aluminium panels cover the facade of this contemporary art gallery in Auckland, New Zealand, where a ceiling shaped like a gramophone horn funnels in light from an opening in the roof (+ slideshow). More
This week, Japan scrapped Zaha Hadid's controversial 2020 Olympic Stadium (pictured), Bjarke Ingels' revealed plans for London's Battersea Power Station chimneys and we found out what leading designers think of the Apple Watch. Click through for more of the biggest architecture, interiors and design stories from the past seven days. More
We've created a new Pinterest board full of moving buildings that roll, spin, twist and hinge open, following the publication of Henning Larsen's Danish university facility with a climate-responsive kinetic facade.