Dezeen Weekly features a yellow spiral staircase and an €11 million car


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The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly includes a rooftop apartment in east London with a yellow spiral staircase and a one-off sports car that sold for €11 million. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›


Competition: win a two-night stay at The Distillery hotel in London


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In our latest competition, we’ve teamed up with The Distillery hotel in London to offer readers the chance to win a two-night stay and a meal for two, as well as the chance to make their own gin. Read more


Dezeen Weekly features a Damien Hirst hotel suite and Bauhaus-style logos


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The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly includes a Damien Hirst-designed hotel suite and Bauhaus-inspired logo redesigns. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›


Dezeen Weekly features a Damien Hirst hotel suite and Bauhaus-style logos


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The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly includes a Damien Hirst-designed hotel suite and Bauhaus-inspired logo redesigns. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›


“Leave kids out of your weird, politically correct agenda”


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In this week’s comments update, readers are confused by Ferm Living’s decision to market its minimalist toy kitchen as “gender neutral.” Read more


“How are designers still making this mistake?”


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In this week’s comments update, readers are divided over Katy Perry’s decision to remove allegedly “racist” designs from her shoe lineRead more


Dezeen Weekly features a brutalist home in Bali and a skyscraper in Dubai


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The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a concrete house set within rice fields in Bali and the 550-metre-tall Burj Jumeira. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›


“Adventurous architecture often gets thrown out the window”


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Freddy Mamani's New Andean Architecture in El Alto, Bolivia


In this week’s comments update, readers are debating Freddy Mamani’s decision to inject colour and personality into Bolivian city El Alto.  Read more


Dezeen Weekly features Doug Aitken’s mirrored house installation


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Doug Aitken Gstaad mirrored house installation


The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a reflective building by American artist Doug Aitken and a house in India designed by Charged Voids. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›


“This is everything that is wrong with design”


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Squiggle Glasses by The Bentel Brothers


In this week’s comments update, readers are questioning Nikolas and Lukas Bentel’s decision to design vision-impairing Squiggle Glasses.  Read more


Dezeen Weekly features David Chipperfield’s new museum and a converted chapel


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The Chapel by Craftworks in south London, England


The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a home created within a derelict chapel, which was named London’s best new house extension, and David Chipperfield’s soon-to-open Zhejiang Museum of Natural History. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›


“Not everyone’s cup of tea”


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The Exploratorium by Bernard Tschumi Architects


In this week’s comments update, readers are reacting to images of the newly completed Exploratorium museum in China. Read more


Dezeen Weekly features flood-proof Georgian townhouses for future London


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The Kentish Classic by The D*Haus Company


The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features the winner of the Dezeen x MINI Living Future Urban Home Competition and footage of the hundreds of abandoned chateaux in Turkey. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›


Dezeen Weekly features flood-proof Georgian townhouses for future London


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The Kentish Classic by The D*Haus Company


The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features the winner of the Dezeen x MINI Living Future Urban Home Competition and footage of the hundreds of abandoned chateaux in Turkey. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›


“A nightmarish blight on a beautiful landscape”


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Abandoned Turkish chateaus – Burj Al Babas luxury housing development in central Turkey


In this week’s comments update, readers are uncomplimentary about an abandoned housing development in central Turkey that features hundreds of identical chateaux. Read more


Dezeen Weekly features an ultra-high-resolution photo and a banned sex toy


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195-gigapixel photo of Shanghai allows viewers to zoom in on street-level detail


The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a birds-eye-view photograph made up of 195 gigapixels and a sex toy for women that was controversially banned from CES for being “immoral”. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›


“Let sex toys be sex toys, shame free”


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Lora DiCarlo sex toy Osé


In this week’s comments update, readers are accusing the Consumer Electronics Show organisers of sexism. Read more


Explore innovative examples of 3D printing via our new Pinterest board


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Find the latest examples of 3D printing on our new Pinterest board, including Elzelinde van Doleweerd’s 3D-printed snacks created from food waste and Wang & Söderström’s vases featuring mottled patterns. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›


Competition: win an Eames RAR rocking chair from Vitra


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We have teamed up with Luisaviaroma for our latest competition, which offers readers the chance to win a rocking armchair designed by Charles and Ray Eames. Read more


Competition: win a copy of Bauhaus by Hans M Wingler


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Win Bauhaus by Hans M Wingler

As part of our Bauhaus 100 series celebrating the school’s centenary, the latest Dezeen competition offers readers the chance to win one of five hardcover copies of Bauhaus by Hans M Wingler. Read more