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Latest architecture and design news from Dezeen.

Masatoshi Hirai reconfigures Tokyo flat to create a wholly shared family living space

Japanese architect Masatoshi Hirai has refurbished an apartment in Tokyo, creating one shared bedroom, living space and wardrobe for its inhabitants (+ slideshow).


Sebastian Wrong's Font Clock "wakes people up with a real crack" at midnight

Most Loved: London designer Sebastian Wrong reflects on living with the distinctive sound made by his 2007 Font Clock for Established & Sons in the latest movie in our exclusive video series.


Pedrali's 2016 collection features three seating designs and a range of tables

Dezeen promotion: Patrick Norguet and Odo Fioravanti are among the designers who have contributed pieces to Italian brand Pedrali's latest furniture collection, which was unveiled during this year's Milan design week (+ slideshow).


Schemata Architects adds cake shop and library to food-photography studio

Japanese studio Schemata Architects has revisited a warehouse building in Tokyo that it converted into a space for a food-photography studio, adding a cake shop and library (+ slideshow).


Gandare house by Ninkipen! has a metal skin that appears to peel up

Japanese architect Ninkipen! has completed a house in Osaka Prefecture, featuring a metal surface that appears to be peeling up from the structure (+ slideshow).


Forpeople's Keyn office chairs for Herman Miller are made for fidgeters

Clerkenwell design week 2016: London company Forpeople has designed a range of office chairs for Herman Miller to accommodate workers who shuffle around in their seats.


Delicate brass framework divides spaces inside Neri&Hu's Sulwhasoo flagship store

A lattice of brass rods creates see-through surfaces that extend throughout the interior of this shop in Seoul, which was designed by Neri&Hu for Asian skincare brand Sulwhasoo (+ movie).


Richard Meier unveils black tower for Manhattan at 685 First Avenue

American architect Richard Meier has unveiled the design for an apartment block on New York's East River, eschewing his signature white palette for black glass facades.


Keiichi Matsuda's Hyper-Reality film blurs real and virtual worlds

London designer Keiichi Matsuda has released a short movie depicting a futuristic scenario where digital media and the physical world have merged to create a kaleidoscopic "hyper reality"(+ movie).


Katrin Olina combines digital and bronze-age techniques to create Primitiva jewellery

Icelandic designer Katrin Olina has crafted a range of jewellery that looks like gothic talismans but is designed and produced using both old and new techniques (+ slideshow).


Sketch restaurant filled with immersive floral installations for Mayfair Flower Show

Four leading florists have created installations that transform areas of London restaurant Sketch into blooming gardens or woodland glades, to coincide with this week's Chelsea Flower Show (+ slideshow).


Dezeen's top 10 picks for the London Festival of Architecture 2016

London Festival of Architecture 2016: a month-long programme of events and installations begins in the UK capital next week. Dezeen architecture editor Amy Frearson has picked out the highlights.


Galanter & Jones creates heated outdoor chairs to replace patio heaters

New York 2016: San Francisco studio Galanter & Jones has claimed to be the first to create cast-stone heated outdoor furniture, which makes a sitter feel "like being in a hot tub without getting wet" (+ slideshow).


Stone-covered blocks make up staggered Spanish residence by OOIIO Architecture

OOIIO Architecture has applied varying tones of stonework to the irregularly stacked blocks that make up this house in central Spain (+ slideshow).


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