Entrance to The Boring Company's LVCC Loop system with white Teslas in front, used to illustrate a story about the North Miami Beach Loop

Elon Musk's plan for a Tesla tunnel in Miami features in today's Dezeen Debate newsletter

The latest edition of Dezeen Debate features Elon Musk's plan to construct the North Miami Beach Loop tunnel in Miami.

Musk's infrastructure firm The Boring Company has submitted plans to build a tunnel that would shuttle people in a dedicated fleet of Tesla cars from the north of Miami to the beach.

Measuring six miles long the tunnel would connect the commuter railway station at Golden Glades with Sunny Isles Beach on the city's eastern coast.

Commenters aren't keen. One called it, "possibly the most useless idea ever".

The patio and swimming pond of the Refuge with curved roof overhead
NWLND Rogiers Vandeputte has built a red concrete pool house

Other stories in this week's newsletter include a pool house built from red concrete in Belgium, Kim Kardashian's Tadao Ando and Kengo Kuma-design holiday homes and our lookbook showcasing 10 home interiors with distinctive terrazzo floors.

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