This week we're counting down the most-pinned interiors that feature marble on Dezeen, including a juice bar in London with a veined-stone counter and a renovated apartment in Madrid that has a walk-through shower. More
A seating design aiming to tackle the problem of overcrowding on trains features in this week's issue of Dezeen Mail, along with Moby's criticism of a Zaha Hadid-designed hotel room and a zinc-clad home in a Wisconsin crop field (pictured).
This week we're counting down the most-pinned brick interiors on Dezeen, including an auditorium in the Netherlands featuring vertical brickwork and a converted 1920s shophouse in Singapore. More
The launch of Dezeen's Brexit Design Manifesto features in this week's issue of Dezeen Mail, along with a honeycomb structure of 154 staircases by Thomas Heatherwick and a Tokyo museum dedicated to architectural models (pictured).
This week we're counting down the most-pinned bathrooms on Dezeen, including a copper-clad washroom in the English countryside to a glass-walled room that looks onto an interior garden in Japan (+ slideshow). More
World Heritage Corb: Maison Guiette in Belgium was Le Corbusier's first commission outside of France, but is one of the lesser-known of his 17 buildings that have been added to UNESCO's World Heritage list (+ slideshow). More
As the demand for houses in London keeps on growing, architects are still managing to find old warehouses to transform into new homes and live-work spaces. We've rounded up some of the best examples, including an apartment with a raw-steel movie archive and an industrial space converted into an artist's studio (+ slideshow). More
Tel Aviv's apartment buildings are being transformed with contemporary interiors by a wave of local architects and designers. We've rounded up five of the best new apartment designs in the Israeli city, including a renovated space with a dramatic steel staircase and a penthouse with an infinity pool on the roof (+ slideshow). More
World Heritage Corb: commissioned by an Argentinian surgeon, Maison Curutchet is the only project in Latin America among the 17 Le Corbusier-designed buildings added to UNESCO's World Heritage List (+ slideshow). More
World Heritage Corb: for the next instalment in our series on the 17 Le Corbusier buildings added to UNESCO's World Heritage list, Australian photographer Benjamin Hosking shares new images of Capitol Complex in Chandigarh – the Indian city that gave the architect a chance to test his Modernist theories on a grand scale (+ slideshow). More
World Heritage Corb: we're revisiting some of Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier's most important projects, to mark the addition of 17 of his buildings to UNESCO's World Heritage list. First up is his seaside holiday cabin, Cabanon, on the Côte d'Azur in France – a tiny building tied to some of the most important moments in the architect's life. More