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Latest architecture and design news from Dezeen.

Office S&M uses scale-like tiles and vibrant colours to add personality to London house

Valetta House by Office S&M

This revamp of a family home in west London features a loft extension covered in scale-like wooden shingles, yellow-framed arch windows, and interiors that use colour to separate spaces for adults and children. More ›


Top five architecture and design jobs this week include OMA and Bing Thom Architects

Guilford Aquatics Centre by Bing Thom Architects

Our pick of the best architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs this week include positions with architecture firms OMA and Bing Thom Architects, and a teaching role at London's Royal College of Art. More ›


China is "slowly but steadily emerging" as a design powerhouse, says Richard Hutten

China is set to become a major international player for design and technology in the next 10 years, according to Dutch designer Richard Hutten, who has just become art director for Chinese furniture giant Zuoyou. More ›


Greenery-themed decor leads redesign of Barcelona flat by Nook Architects

End the Roc by Nook Architects

A wall that depicts a scene of overflowing greenery is one of the original features that Nook Architects has preserved during the overhaul of this apartment in Barcelona. More ›


Stoft designs wooden cabinets that peel away over time

Flaking tree trunks informed Stoft's Whittle Away cabinets, which are covered with strips of pine that curl up over time to reveal colourful wooden panels. More ›


Mole Architects builds house "like a seagull's wing" on Suffolk coast

An angular, asymmetric roof tops this house designed by Mole Architects for a site overlooking an estuary in Suffolk, England. More ›


Office of Architecture swaps walls for walnut furniture in Tribeca apartment

Tribeca Loft by Office of Architecture

Walnut cabinetry, sliding doors and industrial steel columns are used to replace walls in this loft in Tribeca, New York, which has been renovated by Brooklyn-based Office of Architecture. More ›


Photographer Will Scott celebrates the varied architecture of London Underground stations

Architecture of the Underground by Will Scott

Will Scott's Architecture of the Underground photo series showcases the diverse designs of London's Tube stations, from the art deco of Arnos Grove to the high-tech of Canary Wharf. More ›


Tetris Table by People's Industrial Design Office slots together in different formations

This table can be broken apart, rearranged and slotted back together, to allow office employees more flexibility in the way they work. More ›



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