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16 residential condos by famous architects that are changing the face of New York

New York is experiencing a boom in high-end residential construction not seen since before the 2008 recession, including buildings by Álvaro Siza, Bjarke Ingels, Rafael Viñoly and Renzo Piano.

 
 

Nendo overhauls womenswear and hat departments at Seibu Shibuya

Japanese studio Nendo has returned to the Seibu Shibuya department store to revamp the women's fashion floor and hat area, using pastel colours and zig-zag patterns.

 
 

Job of the week: senior interior designer at Joyce Wang Studio

Dezeen job of the week

Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a senior interior designer at Joyce Wang Studio in London, whose projects include a Hong Kong restaurant featuring "spiral staircase" chandeliers (pictured). Visit the ad for full details or browse more architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.

 
 

Stepped concrete roof creates seaside viewpoint atop Norwegian retreat by Lund Hagem

This small seaside holiday home by Norwegian studio Lund Hagem nestles against a cliff, and features a stepped concrete roof that doubles as a viewing platform (+ slideshow).

 
 

Masquespacio designs toadstool-shaped furniture for Missana

Valencia studio Masquespacio's debut furniture collection for Spanish brand Missana features chairs and tables shaped like the rounded tops of toadstools.

 
 

Revamped Melbourne house hides a giant toy box under its floors

A floor that doubles as a toy box and a vivid yellow bathtub both feature inside this remodelled Melbourne house by local studio Austin Maynard Architects (+ slideshow).

 
 

Covered bridge provides all-weather connection between Toronto hotel and convention centre

This enclosed bridge with a geometric black and white facade connects a hotel to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, helping visitors pass between the two even in the depths of winter.

 
 

Bosa launches Forget Me Not ceramic gifts at Maison&Objet

Maison&Object 2016: twelve designers including Jaime Hayón, Constance Guisset and Nika Zupanc have created trinkets and accessories for Italian ceramics brand Bosa's latest gift collection (+ slideshow).

 
 

MoMA scales back expansion by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in New York

New York's Museum of Modern Art has simplified plans for an expansion by Diller Scofidio + Renfro that will include the site of the now demolished American Folk Art Museum Building designed by Todd Williams and Billie Tsien.

 
 

Occult Studio models Ace & Tate eyewear store on contemporary art galleries

Amsterdam's Occult Studio has based the interior of this eyewear store in Utrecht on minimal exhibition spaces, allowing it to double up as an art gallery and a backdrop for lookbook shoots (+ slideshow).

 
 

Auer Weber completes aquatic centre with a sloping roof in the French Alps

Set between two plateaus, this Alpine aquatic centre by German firm  Auer Weber features wide crescent-shaped windows overlooking the piste of popular ski resort Courchevel (+ slideshow).

 
 

Dezeen Mail issue 290 features this week's biggest stories in architecture and design

House of Trace by Tsuruta Architects

This week's Dezeen Mail features Álvaro Siza's first US project, a minimally designed toothbrush and London's best house extension (pictured).

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Viktor & Rolf mixes Picasso and polo shirts for Spring Summer 2016 haute couture

Dutch fashion house Viktor & Rolf has continued its "wearable art" theme with an haute-couture collection of sculptural white garments made from Cubist facial features.

 
 

Call for entries to National Trust's Croome Redefined competition

Dezeen promotion: the UK's National Trust is calling upon designers to produce a visitor experience at a historic stately home, as part of its project to "redefine the country house".

 

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