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We're continuing our coverage of New York's design season and hosting a series of parties, events and talks in the city. Read on for more of the best stories on Dezeen...

Therme Vals spa has been destroyed says Peter Zumthor

Swiss architect Peter Zumthor claims his thermal baths in Vals have been ruined by financial interests, and readers are grieving too. Read the story and comments ›

Vipp prefabricated cabins designed as "battery-charging stations for humans"

These prefabricated cabins designed as "battery-charging stations for humans" offer a tempting wilderness retreat, say readers. Read the story and comments ›

All-women design shows are "snowballing" in New York following Trump inauguration

Readers say there's a lack of diversity in the female-only design exhibitions, which are opening in New York to highlight inequality. Read the story and comments ›

First apartment in Tadao Ando's 152 Elizabeth Street revealed

Tadao Ando has released images of his first residential building outside Asia – but readers wonder if he left his signature style behind. Read the story and comments ›

Sergey Makhno Architects reveals atmospheric visuals of Ukrainian mountain residence

These atmostpheric renderings of a weathering-steel holiday home in the Ukrainian mountains are giving readers the creeps. Read the story and comments ›

12 must-see installations and exhibitions at the Venice Art Biennale 2017

Contemporary art has gone downhill, says one commenter in response to our pick of top exhibits from the Venice Art Biennale. Read the story and comments ›

MAD's mountain-shaped tower complex nears completion in Beijing

MAD's mountain-shaped tower complex is nearing completion, but readers are questioning whether the Chinese firm is over the hill. Read the story and comments ›

Opinion: how to 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, says designer Madeline Gannon. Read her Opinion column ›

Plykea hacks IKEA's Metod kitchens with plywood fronts

A start-up company has hacked IKEA Metod kitchens with plywood fronts, but is the finished result more about style over substance? Read the story and comments ›

Merel Bekking reveals "scientifically perfect" orange swivel chair for Dezeen's Marcus Fairs

Merel Bekking presented Dezeen founder Marcus Fairs with his "perfect" chair after scanning his brain – but he and readers hate the result. Read the story and comments ›

Mies van der Rohe Award 2017 goes to NL Architects and XVW Architectuur for revamp of 1960s slab block

Readers are applauding the winners of this year's Mies van der Rohe Award for their renovation of a post-war apartment block in Amsterdam. Read the story and comments ›

Multi by AARK and Daniel Emma

Popular Australian brand AÃRK and design studio Daniel Emma have launched the colourful Multi watch in three vibrant combinations. Shop now ›

Kennedy Nolan completes Arts and Crafts-inspired home in Melbourne

Readers love the arched doorways, sculptural chimneys and pyramid-shaped roof included in this quirky east Melbourne home. Read the story and comments ›

 
 
 

 

 

 
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Lights trace arches and doorways at The Future Perfect's pink-toned New York exhibition

Lights trace arches at The Future Perfect's pink-toned exhibition ›

More from New York 2017 ›

I'm trying to change my mysterious reputation, says Peter Zumthor

I'm trying to change my mysterious reputation, says Peter Zumthor ›

Brooklyn warehouse becomes showroom for hacked IKEA kitchens

Brooklyn showroom for hacked IKEA kitchens ›

Japan Creative shines a spotlight on the "different characters" of the country's regional crafts

Japan Creative shines a spotlight on the country's regional crafts ›

Daan Roosegaarde's Smog Free Bike would generate clean air as you pedal

Smog Free Bike would generate clean air as you pedal ›

Andreas Gruber embeds minimal concrete house into Tyrolean hillside

Andreas Gruber embeds concrete house into Tyrolean hillside ›

EFFEKT proposes Bratislava housing scheme modelled on a mountain range

EFFEKT proposes housing scheme modelled on a mountain range ›

News

 
Japan urged to stop using deforestation-linked wood for Kengo Kuma's Olympic stadium

Japan linked to deforestation for Kengo Kuma's Olympic stadium ›

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Zaha Hadid Architects plans residences in tropical setting near Cancún

Zaha Hadid Architects plans residences in tropical setting near Cancún ›

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Design

 
Marcin Rusak adds tropical vibe to his Flora Noir furniture collection

Marcin Rusak adds tropical vibe to his Flora Noir furniture collection ›

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Carr creates dark and moody interiors for art-filled hotel in Australia's wine region

Carr creates dark and moody interiors for art-filled hotel ›

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Robot-made Voxel chair designed using new software by Bartlett researchers

Robot-made chair designed using software by Bartlett researchers ›

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Competition: win a Smart Cabin Trolley designed by Horizn Studios

Win a Smart Cabin Trolley designed by Horizn Studios ›

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Eone has launched the tactile Bradley in gold mesh

New and exclusive, the Bradley Mesh is available to pre-order ›

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