Junya Ishigami unveils rocky Serpentine Pavilion made out of slate

Serpentine Pavilion 2019 by Junya Ishigami


Japanese architect Junya Ishigami has completed this year’s Serpentine Pavilion, a craggy structure he describes as a “hill made out of rocks”. Read more


Junya Ishigami unveils rocky Serpentine Pavilion made out of slate

Serpentine Pavilion 2019 by Junya Ishigami


Japanese architect Junya Ishigami has completed this year’s Serpentine Pavilion, a craggy structure he describes as a “hill made out of rocks”. Read more


KLM and TU Delft aim to make aviation more sustainable with V-shaped aircraft


Dutch airline KLM has teamed up with TU Delft to create the Flying-V aircraft concept, which is designed to consume 20 per cent less fuel than Airbus‘ A350. Read more


BIG reveals visuals of pagoda-like hotel for Copenhagen’s Tivoli amusement park

H C Anderson Hotel by BIG for Tivoli


BIG has revealed visuals of the “whimsical” plant-covered H C Andersen Hotel it has designed for the Tivoli Gardens amusement park in Copenhagen. Read more


BIG reveals visuals of pagoda-like hotel for Copenhagen’s Tivoli amusement park

H C Anderson Hotel by BIG for Tivoli


BIG has revealed visuals of the “whimsical” plant-covered H C Andersen Hotel it has designed for the Tivoli Gardens amusement park in Copenhagen. Read more


“Locals in Venice are feeling increasingly left out of the conversation”

David Chipperfield Procuratie Vecchie in Venice


As David Chipperfield begins the next stage of the restoration of the Procuratie Vecchie on Piazza San Marco in Venice, James Imam asks if architects can save cities straining to deal with increasing tourist numbers. Read more


Wes Anderson films inform design of Moscow restaurant


New York-based design studio Asthetíque has completed a restaurant in Moscow called The Y that draws on the stylised sets of films directed by Wes Anderson. Read more


Adam Nathaniel Furman’s latest furniture collection is a “bourgeois’ nightmare”

Adam Nathaniel Furman designs "clumsy" furniture for Camp Design Gallery and Abet Laminati


London designer Adam Nathaniel Furman has collaborated with Abet Laminati to create a three-piece collection of unusually shaped and boldly coloured furniture for Camp Design Gallery. Read more


Adam Nathaniel Furman’s latest furniture collection is a “bourgeois’ nightmare”

Adam Nathaniel Furman designs "clumsy" furniture for Camp Design Gallery and Abet Laminati


London designer Adam Nathaniel Furman has collaborated with Abet Laminati to create a three-piece collection of unusually shaped and boldly coloured furniture for Camp Design Gallery. Read more


Atelier Vens Vanbelle creates monastic white country house

House Nico and Hilde by Atelier Vens Vanbelle


Belgian studio Atelier Vens Vanbelle has designed a white house inspired by the monasteries and farmhouses that typify the Oosterzele region. Read more


Atelier Vens Vanbelle creates monastic white country house

House Nico and Hilde by Atelier Vens Vanbelle


Belgian studio Atelier Vens Vanbelle has designed a white house inspired by the monasteries and farmhouses that typify the Oosterzele region. Read more


SelgasCano designs “most ambitious and bold” Second Home for Los Angeles


Spanish practice SelgasCano has revealed its design for Second Home in Hollywood – a sprawling co-working campus comprising bright yellow work pods interspersed with lush planting. Read more


Studio Gang unveils new details of Natural History Museum extension in New York

American Museum of Natural History science centre of Studio Gang


American architecture firm Studio Gang has released an updated set of renderings of its undulating addition to the American Natural History Museum in Manhattan. Read more


Studio Gang unveils new details of Natural History Museum extension in New York

American Museum of Natural History science centre of Studio Gang


American architecture firm Studio Gang has released an updated set of renderings of its undulating addition to the American Natural History Museum in Manhattan. Read more


Lunch Break angels swing above commuters passing London’s St Pauls

Lunch Break by KHBT and Ottmar Hörl


Forty gold angels sitting on swings have been installed by KHBT and Ottmar Hörlwatch to watch over commuters near St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Read more


Colour and pattern intersect in Bouroullec brothers’ glass panel collection

Oblique and Chevron glass panels by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec x Skyline Design


French design duo Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have worked with US manufacturers Skyline Design on a collection of glass panels emblazoned with colourful geometric patterns created using code. Read more


Glossier pop-up shop in Seattle features rolling hills covered in moss and flowers

Glossier pop-up shop in Seattle, Washington, by Glossier Experiential Team and Studio Lily Kwong


Beauty brand Glossier has teamed up with landscape architect Studio Lily Kwong to create a pop-up shop in Seattle that is filled with plant-covered mounds and splashes of pink and purple. Read more


Dezeen and Samsung to launch design competitions exploring the future of Galaxy mobile devices

Samsung Galaxy S10


Dezeen promotion: Dezeen will team up with Samsung to run a pair of reader competitions to design new graphics and accessories for its Galaxy smartphones, which the electronics brand first launched 10 years ago. Read more


Studio Seilern Architects raises the roof to create Andermatt Concert Hall in the Swiss Alps

Andermatt Concert Hall in the Swiss Alps by Studio Seilern Architects


Studio Seilern Architects has converted a half-built conference centre in Andermatt, Switzerland, into a concert hall by lifting up its roof to double the building’s size. Read more


Stripped-back surfaces appear throughout Hackney apartment by Merrett Houmøller Architects

Martello Street apartment by Merrett Houmoller Architects


Exposed concrete walls and a set of “hit-and-miss” stairs add character to this formerly lacklustre apartment in east London, which has been overhauled by Merrett Houmøller Architects. Read more