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Social Housing Revival artwork by Jack Bedford

This week we showcased 50 Social Housing Revival studios

This week on Dezeen, we wrapped up our Social Housing Revival series by looking at 50 architecture studios around the world that are designing social housing.

To conclude our month-long series, we put together a list of key architecture studios that are currently at the forefront of the social housing resurgence.

As part of our series, we also explored the "miracle" of Taiwan's luxury social housing and a prototype for "hyper-local architecture" on the Balearic islands.

Lamborghini rebrand
Lamborghini revealed its new logo (right)

In design news, Italian car brand Lamborghini unveiled its new logo, which featured a simplified bull and typeface as part of the trend towards flat logos.

"The new logo is redefined by a broader Lamborghini typeface than its predecessor and by colors that are minimal yet bold," said the brand.

"The restyling is driven by a new strategy that involves adapting the brand's visual expressions to better reflect the 'brave', 'unexpected' and 'authentic' values of its mission."

Top of building
Dolce & Gabbana is creating a supertall skyscraper in Miami

In the USA, fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana became the latest luxury brand to unveil a branded skyscraper as it revealed renders of a 90-storey tower in Miami designed in collaboration with New York architecture practice Studio Sofield.

If built, the 1,049 feet high-skyscraper (320 metres) would become the city's joint tallest building, joining the in-progress supertall skyscraper Waldorf Astoria Miami.

Belmont Park by Populous
Populous is designing a horse track in New York

Also in the US, Populous revealed its design for a horse-racing track and sporting venue for Belmont Park in Nassau County, New York.

The studio also unveiled renders of a swimming pool-topped stadium that it has designed for Premiership football club Fulham FC alongside the Thames in London.

Lasvit at Milan design week
We rounded up the must-see Milan design week events

Ahead of Milan design week later this month, we selected 20 unmissable installations and exhibitions to see at this year's event.

The most anticipated installations include an outdoor installation made from fused glass (above), an installation by director David Lynch and a "playground" by IKEA.

Hebrides house
An Outer Hebrides house was one of this week's most-read projects

Popular projects this week included a home made from stone in Scotland's Outer Hebrides, a Los Angeles ranch house turned into a "suburban sanctuary" and a glass and glulam extension to world's oldest ski museum.

Our latest lookbook featured chocolate-brown interiors that look good enough to eat.

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