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Latest architecture and design news from Dezeen.

Perforated brick gable screens courtyard in front of compact Hanoi house

A perforated brick screen shields a verdant courtyard at the entrance to this small two-storey house in Hanoi, Vietnam, designed by local studio Nghia Architect (+ slideshow).


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Dezeen Jobs architecture and design recruitment

See the latest from our recruitment site Dezeen Jobs, including positions with the Glasgow School of Art, Marino and Neri & Hu, whose recent projects include a Shanghai restaurant modelled on retro American diners  (pictured). This is also the last chance to apply for roles with Soho House, Layer, Heatherwick Studio and more...


Mirrored facades reflect plants around office for Viennese nursery

Mirrored panels reflect views of the surrounding gardens around the lower half of this star-shaped office designed by Josep and Gerhard Haumer for a plant nursery near Vienna (+ slideshow).


Kristian Knobloch's Ping system is an interactive house manual for Airbnb guests

Graduate shows 2016: Royal College of Art graduate Kristian Knobloch has created a system of smartphone touchpoints that help Airbnb hosts give guests extra information about their home (+ movie).


Heat 360 house features living-room shower and cantilevered stairs

This Ukranian house by Azovskiy & Pahomova Architects features a staircase with cantilevered wooden treads, as well as a hay-bale seating area and glass-fronted shower in the living room (+ slideshow).


Raphael Olivier's photographs of North Korea reveal Pyongyang's unique architecture

Photo essay: now that North Korea is no longer the tourism black spot it once was, French photographer Raphael Olivier has travelled to the notoriously secretive nation's capital to capture its particular architectural style (+ slideshow).


RIGI designs waiting area "like a dining room" for dental clinic in China

Chinese studio RIGI Design has placed a dining table and kids' play area in the waiting room of a dental clinic intended to be warm and welcoming (+ slideshow).


Matt Lucraft proposes solution to London's housing crisis with "mad-cap" building system

Graduate shows 2016: Bartlett student Matt Lucraft has proposed an evolving self-built housing co-operative based on a mishmash of English vernacular and historic Japanese architecture as a solution to London's housing crisis (+ movie).


Ilse Crawford designs brass-footed floor lamp for Kalmar Werkstätten

Maison&Objet 2016: London designer Ilse Crawford has added to her Billy series of lighting with a floor lamp that rests on a pair of brass feet.  


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