Vietnamese firm Vo Trong Nghia Architects has unveiled designs for a verdant university campus in Ho Chi Minh City, featuring tree-covered rooftops, balconies and a plant-filled courtyard (+ slideshow). More
Magnets have long been used as a way of creating temporary connections for products as diverse as flat-pack furniture and bike lights. But now designers are finding increasingly weird and wonderful uses for them, with recent examples including wallpaper, spiky shoes, fluid clocks, and even a hoverboard. See all of our stories about design with magnets »
Graduate shows 2015: Taiwan designer Guan-Hao Pan has created a set of condom packages modelled on phallic vegetables, which users can hold to determine the correct girth for their contraceptive sheath (+ slideshow). More
Opinion: architects' proposals for pre-empting and adapting to the natural crises brought about by climate change aren't necessarily as superficial and politically correct as they may seem, says Mimi Zeiger. More
This week's Dezeen Mail includes the world's first technique for 3D printing with molten glass (pictured), Zaha Hadid's campaign to resuscitate her Tokyo Olympic stadium, and a house embedded into a cliff in Chile. There's also the latest news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.
Movie: next in our exclusive video series with Julia Peyton-Jones, the Serpentine Gallery director discusses Daniel Libeskind's angular metal pavilion from 2001, which she likens to a folded paper sculpture. More
Following the popularity of the fairytale-inspired House for Essex, FAT co-founder Charles Holland is working on a second house for Alain de Botton's Living Architecture project on a site in north London. More
Exclusive interview: Architecture for Humanity co-founder Cameron Sinclair describes the work he is conducting in Syria with his latest venture, and tells Dezeen that he'll "die happy" knowing that he will never win the Pritzker Prize (+ transcript). More