Latest architecture and design news from Dezeen.

Pezo von Ellrichshausen installs 16 steel towers in Hull's historic Trinity Square

Chilean architect duo Pezo von Ellrichshausen has worked with Swiss artist Felice Varini to create 16 "outdoor rooms" in Hull, England, featuring steel walls that incorporate optical illusions. More ›


NLA seeks London's best new house extensions for Don't Move, Improve! 2018 awards

Dezeen promotion: New London Architecture is now accepting entries for Don't Move, Improve! 2018, a competition to find the best new residential extensions in London. More ›


Foster + Partners begins work on Canada's tallest skyscraper

The One skyscraper by Foster + Partners and Core Architects

Foster + Partners has begun construction on a supertall skyscraper in Toronto's business district, which is set to become the country's tallest building at 306 metres. More ›


Bare Conductive unveils DIY kit for assembling a lamp from a piece of paper

London-based startup and electronics brand Bare Conductive has created a DIY kit that can be used to transform a sheet of paper into a functioning light. More ›


Studio B creates rectangular brick home for historic Denver neighbourhood

Brick City House by Studio B

Colorado architecture firm Studio B took cues from Denver's old bungalow homes to create this low-slung residence faced with handmade brick, walnut panelling and large panes of glass. More ›


Fresh blooms decorate Draped Flowers Curtain woven from paper

Draped Flowers Curtain by Umé Studio

Pockets for holding flowers are incorporated into these curtains woven from paper threads, created by artist Akane Moriyama and design firm Umé Studio. More ›


Google's new camera knows when to automatically take a picture

Google has launched a new hands-free camera named Clips, which uses artificial intelligence to learn when to take a good shot. More ›


Exhibition Road accident shows it's "time to review shared space" says Labour MP Emma Dent Coad

"Shared space" streets have been called into question after a taxi ploughed into museum-goers on Exhibition Road, a broad boulevard shared by pedestrians and vehicles in London's South Kensington. More ›


Seattle start-up to launch commuter plane with hybrid engine by 2022

A Seattle-based start-up backed by Boeing and JetBlue Airways has revealed plans to launch a commuter plane that combines electric motors with a jet-fuel engine. More ›


Top five architecture and design jobs this week include Foster + Partners and Cassina

Our pick of the best architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs this week include positions with British architecture firm Foster + Partners and Italian furniture brand CassinaMore ›


Ace Hotel Chicago features colourful mid-century-style interiors by Commune

Ace Hotel Chicago by Commune

Los Angeles studio Commune Design has used vibrant modernist furnishings to decorate the Ace Hotel in Chicago, in a nod to the city's architectural history. More ›