This week's Dezeen Mail features Herzog & de Meuron's design for the Vancouver Art Gallery, Kate Moss' venture into interior design and an award-winning visitors centre that was recently destroyed by a volcano (pictured).
Vienna Design Week 2015: Austrian designer Klemens Schillinger has created a series of rings that are sized to show the fluctuating price of gold over the past five decades, as part of a jewellery collection (+ slideshow). More
Architecture studio Penda has created a rope-bound bamboo pavilion as a mock up of a modular housing system developed to provide sustainable housing schemes for populations of up to 200,000 (+ slideshow). More
Today is International Coffee Day, so celebrate by browsing the unusual and innovative designs for caffeinated drinks on Dezeen. A set of cups made from used coffee grounds, a concrete espresso machine and packaging for coffee-flavoured beer all feature in our archive. See more design for coffee »
London Design Festival 2015: windows that charge electronic devices and benches produced using solar power were among the sustainable products, furniture and food items exhibited across four floors at London gallery 19 Greek Street (+ slideshow). More
This visitors centre for a mountain in South Korea by Namu Architects comprises a pair of gabled buildings with vertical cladding and windows, intended to reference the trunks of tall trees that surround the plot (+ slideshow). More