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 ›


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 ›


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 ›


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 ›


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 ›


Latest Dezeen Weekly features Le Corbusier’s Paris apartment


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The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features Le Corbusier’s Paris apartment and a legal battle over Zaha Hadid’s estate. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features the world’s tallest statue and a Muji bus


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World's tallest statue by Michael Graves Architecture and Design

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features the world’s tallest statue, Muji’s design for a bus and a profile of the Bauhaus’ founder. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features a villa by Peter Zumthor and a windscreen-less Ferrari


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Secular Retreat by Peter Zumthor

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a Devon countryside villa by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor, a Ferrari that favours beauty over practicality and our guide to the Bauhaus. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features the Sagrada Familia and a 3D-printed bridge


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Sagrada Família to pay £31 million to the city

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features news that the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona has had to pay out millions, plus a 3D-printed bridge in the Netherlands and a machine that could put craftsmen out of their jobs. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly › 

Latest Dezeen Weekly features a Kengo Kuma-designed Starbucks in Taiwan


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Starbucks Drive Thru by Kengo Kuma

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a Kengo Kuma-designed Starbucks in Taiwan and a Mexican house with a pool embedded in the hillside. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features a theatre in China and an architect designing 365 cities


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Wuxi Show Theatre by SCA

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly has impressive visuals of a theatre in China and Peter Barber’s plans to design 365 cities. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features a series of carpets based on buildings by Zaha Hadid


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Zaha Hadid's distinctive architecture is translated into carpet designs

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a series of carpets based on buildings by Zaha Hadid, and inspirational home interiors in Australia. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features MVRDV’s indoor theme park


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The Imprint by MVRDV

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features MVRDV’s Imprint building near Seoul and BIG’s design of one of the world’s best restaurants. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features Phillip K Smith III’s Detroit Skybridge and Uber’s second rebrand


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Detroit Skybridge by Phillip K Smith III

The latest edition of our Dezeen Weekly newsletter includes American artist Phillip K Smith III’s colourful installation for a skybridge in Detroit and Uber’s second rebrand in two years, in collaboration with branding firm Wolff Olins. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features the former homes of Zaha Hadid and Le Corbusier


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Zaha Hadid's Miami apartment

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features photos of the Miami apartment that Zaha Hadid designed for herself and Eileen Gray’s modernist villa E-1027, which became the home of Le Corbusier. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features a minimal home and a tiny house


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Tnoie by Katsutoshi Sasaki

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features Japanese architect Katsutoshi Sasaki’s minimal home and a tiny prototype house in Australia. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features a hillside home and David Chipperfield’s Edinburgh concert hall


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Peconic House by Mapos Studio

The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a hillside house in the Hamptons and David Chipperfield Architects’ proposed new home for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›


Latest Dezeen Weekly features an Instagram-friendly ball pit and Dezeen Awards shortlists


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The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a bright blue ball pit, a twisted tower in San Francisco, plus the shortlists for the inaugural Dezeen Awards. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›

Latest Dezeen Weekly features a zero-emissions retreat and a tiny New York apartment


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zero-emissions retreat near Helsinki, a graduate project that calculates gender bias in buildings and a tiny New York apartment feature in the latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen WeeklySubscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›