Latest architecture and design news from Dezeen.

Heneghan Peng sets limestone-clad Palestinian Museum among angular landscaped terraces

Palestinian Museum by Heneghan Peng

Irish studio Heneghan Peng has completed a museum dedicated to Palestinian culture in the city of Birzeit, featuring a faceted stone exterior and terraced landscaping that references the region's rural landscape. More ›


Pod Vending Machine concept by Haseef Rafiei tackles housing demand by printing modular homes

Pod vending machine by Haseef Rafiei

A skyscraper 3D prints modular homes and dispenses them like a vending machine in the latest instalment of our Dezeen x MINI Living Initiative video series. More ›


Black & Milk creates understated bachelor pad in London's Canaletto Tower

Canaletto Tower Apartment by Black & Milk

British interiors studio Black & Milk has redesigned an apartment for a city trader in Canaletto Tower, a luxury residential skyscraper designed by UNStudio on London's City Road. More ›


AÃRK and Daniel Emma's second watch collaboration launches at Dezeen Watch Store

Design studio Daniel Emma  experimented with primary colours for its second watch collection for AÃRK, which is now available from Dezeen Watch StoreMore ›


Job of the day: product designer for Marcel Wanders

Our job of the day from Dezeen Jobs is for a product designer to join the Amsterdam studio of Marcel Wanders, who created tasselled chandeliers in the style of paper lanterns for Wonderglass. More ›


Tandem's Melbourne house features folded cladding interrupted by rusty steel window frames

True North by Tandem studio

The curving corrugated-metal exterior of this house in Melbourne by local studio Tandem forms a continuous surface that encloses small pocket gardens. More ›


Hem, WeWork and Philippe Malouin discuss the future of office design live from New York

Watch Hem, WeWork and Philippe Malouin discuss the future of office design live from New York

Hem founder Petrus Palmér, Brittney Hart of WeWork and designer Philippe Malouin discuss the future of the workplace in this Dezeen talk we streamed live from New York. More ›


Andrew Berman Architect adds timber-framed extension to old Staten Island library

Tasked with renovating and extending the Stapleton branch of the New York Library, Andrew Berman Architect overhauled the interior and connected it to an annex clad with zinc and glass. More ›


Rich Brilliant Willing launches modernist-style chandelier and pendants on hoists

New York-based Rich Brilliant Willing has produced a mid-century-style chandelier, and pendant lamps that can be pulled up and down, as part of a collection created with design boutique Meyer Davis. More ›


This week's Dezeen Mail includes Vipp's prefabricated cabin and the rise of all-female design exhibitions

This week's Dezeen Mail includes Vipp's holiday cabin designed as "battery-charging stations for humans", and the rise of the female-only design exhibitions in New York following the election of President Trump. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›


Brickwork facade modelled on "abstract menorah" fronts Jewish community centre by Natoma Architects

Center for Jewish Life at Drexel University by Stanley Saitowitz and Natoma Architects Inc.

Stanley Saitowitz's firm Natoma Architects has created a Hillel House for Philadelphia's Drexel University, with a red brick facade designed to reference the branched lampstands used in Jewish homes and temples, as well as the striated garments worn during prayer. More ›


"How do you avoid a robot apocalypse?"

As automation places millions of us at risk of losing our jobs, now is the time to rethink how humans and robots will coexist on this planet, says designer Madeline Gannon in this Opinion column. More ›


London Design Festival announces installations for 2017

London Design Festival 2017 installations

A "building block castle" by Camille Walala and an undulating tapestry by Ross Lovegrove are among the 400 events prepped to take place during this year's London Design Festival. More ›