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Informed by rattan weavings, British practice Giles Miller Studio devised a repeating pattern of twisting, diamond-shaped modules for the facade of Woven House, which sits on a sloped site near the Broadstairs coastline.
Commenters were enamoured by the dwelling, calling it "gorgeous", "really well done" and a "lovely little holiday home".
Other stories sparking debate in this week's newsletter include the rejection of plans to demolish Marks & Spencer's Oxford Street flagship, Twitter's controversial X rebrand and the design of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic torch.
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