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House on Awaji Island has a timber porch with a house-shaped entrance

The entrance to this white house by Osaka architecture studio IZUE is contained within a hole in the slatted wooden porch that frames a view through to the sea (+ slideshow). More »


This week, Apple launched a stylus and Bauhaus Museum Dessau winners were announced


This week on Dezeen: Apple's latest product launches – including a stylus designed for technical drawing – dominated headlines, while one of the winning entries in a competition to design the Bauhaus Museum Dessau's new home (pictured) quickly became one of this week's most-discussed subjects. More »


Menu blends Scandinavian design with traditional crafts to help Nepali women

Maison&Objet 2015: Danish design brand Menu has launched a soft furnishings collection produced in Nepal, to offer Nepali craftswomen an alternative to working in the sex trade (+ slideshow). More »


Flight 93 Memorial opens in Pennsylvania to mark 14th anniversary of 9/11

The Flight 93 crash-site memorial built to commemorate the victims of 9/11 opened to the public today in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, marking the 14th anniversary of the attacks. More »


Ash Sakula Architects designs three mews houses for a rural eco development

Wooden shingles clad the end wall and pitched roofs of this terrace in the English county of Hampshire, designed as a prototype for affordable, sustainable construction in the area (+ slideshow). More »


Visitors must wear rain boots to explore Get Wet installation at Quebec garden festival

Three designers from the Canadian firm Groupe A / Annexe U have erected an orange pavilion within a shallow pool, requiring visitors to don waterproof shoes to explore the structure's interior (+ slideshow). More »


New York exhibition examines the pre-Memphis work of Ettore Sottsass

A new exhibition at the Friedman Benda gallery in New York displays the early work of designer Ettore Sottsass, best-known for the colourful and radical Memphis design movement of the 1980s (+ slideshow). More »


US job of the week: architect/interior architect at Studio Arthur Casas

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Our US job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an architect/interior architect at Studio Arthur Casas, who created an outdoor living room with glass panels that slide into the walls (pictured). Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.


Postmodern design: Grace Jones maternity dress by Jean-Paul Goude

Pomo summer:  art director Jean-Paul Goude brought Postmodernism's bold shapes and historical references into the fashion world with his maternity dress for Grace Jones, which both disguised and celebrated her pregnancy. In the next instalment from our season, we explore the genesis of the dress and how it made Jones a poster child for the design movement everyone loves to hate. More »


Measured Architecture clads a Vancouver home in wood-textured concrete

Measured Architecture has completed a family residence in Vancouver that features an exterior made from blackened steel and wood-marked concrete (+ slideshow). More »


Mecanoo designs huge engineering campus for The University of Manchester

Dutch firm Mecanoo has unveiled plans for a £350 million engineering school at The University of Manchester in the UK. More »


Pop-up factories, light installations and live debates to take place at designjunction 2015

Dezeen promotion: designjunction will return to the London Design Festival from 24 to 27 September 2015 with a series of installations, activities and "flash factories" across two new locations. More »


Design Museum's 2015 Designers in Residence tackle migration theme

Drones, lightweight furniture, national costumes and astronaut training centres feature in this year's Designers in Residence exhibition at London's Design Museum  (+ slideshow). More »


3D-printed bubble house proposed for living on Mars

French 3D-printing company Fabulous has brought together a team of scientists and architects to imagine a bubble-shaped habitat for Mars that can be printed on the red planet. More »


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