London Design Festival 2015: the studio run by Dezeen columnist Sam Jacob has designed an urn for Lenin, based on a finial found outside the London house the Russian revolutionary lived in for a short period in 1908. More
Pomo summer: Aldo Rossi's unfinished San Cataldo Cemetery in Modena, Italy, is considered one of the first and most important Postmodern buildings. As part of our Postmodernism series we explore how the architect, who denied being part of the controversial movement, designed the seminal building in 1971 while recovering from a car crash (+ slideshow). More
A sculpture and landscape intervention on the Norwegian island of Utøya has opened to mark the fourth anniversary of a terrorist attack that killed 69 people (+ slideshow). More
Following the death of a loved one, American artist and designer Mia Cinelli created this "weighted comfort object" that could simulate the feeling of being hugged. More
This minimal concrete and glass pavilion in Flanders, Belgium, by Govaert & Vanhoutte Architectuurburo houses a visitor centre for the world's largest Commonwealth war cemetery, where 11,956 servicemen of the First World War are buried or commemorated (+ slideshow). More
This concrete oval, designed by Parisian architect Philippe Prost to be "the colour of war", stretches out across the site of one of the world's largest French military cemeteries to commemorate the centenary of the First World War (+ slideshow). More
A wooden latticed ceiling covers a space for storing funerary urns inside this extension to a Japanese temple by Furumori Koichi Architectural Design Studio (+ slideshow). More
Before heading out in your spooky costume, check out our selection of Halloween treats including the best cemetery, mausoleum and crematorium architecture from the pages of Dezeen.