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The two Cafe Teri buildings by Nameless Architecture with central courtyard

Dezeen Debate newsletter features "skaters' paradise" cafe in South Korea

The latest edition of Dezeen Debate features a cafe in South Korea with ramped walls and a discussion about the labour market after US studio Bernheimer Architecture announced it is unionizingSubscribe to Dezeen Debate now!

Nameless Architecture has completed the Café Teri bakery in Daejeon, South Korea, in a pair of buildings that flow into a central courtyard.

Readers have been excited by the skateboarding potential of the project, calling it a "skaters' paradise" that "looks fun to board" and "instantly makes me want to learn how to skate".

One commenter went so far as to wonder: "Did a skater design this?"

David Kohn celebrates English eccentricities with Red House in Dorset

Other stories in this week's newsletter include the news that Bernheimer Architecture will be the first US private-sector architecture studio to unionize, David Kohn's red-brick country house trimmed in bright green, and two projects from BIG to commemorate Queen Margrethe II of Denmark's jubilee – a public installation and a silver necklace with Georg Jensen.

Dezeen Debate also features Hebra Arquitectos' house on a hill overlooking a valley in Chile and Hybrid's wood and weathering-steel duplex in Seattle.

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