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Tonkin Liu perches "castle-like" residence on Dover's white cliffs

Ness Point House by Tonkin Liu Architects

Smooth white walls undulate to create bay windows for this house  by British studio Tonkin Liu, which stands on top of Dover's famous white cliffs. More ›

 
 

10 trends from Milan design week that nobody is talking about

Are marble and brass still the hot materials? Has millennial pink been usurped by emerald green? Does anyone actually care? Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs offers a guide to the bigger Milan trends that seem to have slipped under the radar. More ›

 
 

Competition: win a book showcasing the world's best timber architecture

Dezeen is giving away three copies of Wood, a book by author and architect William Hall that celebrates the most innovative and influential wooden buildings from the past 1,000 years. More ›

 
 

Latticed bamboo bridge by Mimesis Architecture Studio references Jiangsu's craft traditions

Mimesis Architecture Studio designed this bamboo-lined bridge  in China's Jiangsu Province to celebrate the region's ancient craft industries. More ›

 
 

Optimef aims to revive Romania's watch industry with Memphis-inspired timepiece

Defunct Romanian watch brand Optimef has been revived by two young entrepreneurs, who are reintroducing the iconic Communist-era marque with the launch of a retro timepiece. More ›

 
 

Mountain landscapes inform peaked roof of NBBJ's Nanjing exhibition centre

Nanjing EcoTech Island Exhibition Center

Skylights  top eight angular peaks on the roof of this exhibition centre in the Chinese city of Nanjing  by architecture firm NBBJ, funnelling natural light down into the interior. More ›

 
 

Job of the day: architectural assistant at Bompas & Parr

Our job of the day from Dezeen Jobs is for a Part-II architectural assistant at London-based Bompas & Parr, whose recent installation Grope Mountain is an erotic take on the climbing wall. More ›

 
 

Modular affordable housing envisioned for "abandoned" New York airspace

Instant City : Living Air-Right Beomki Lee and Chang Kyu Lee

This conceptual scheme by designers Beomki Lee and Chang Kyu Lee calls for using vacant airspace over existing New York buildings to create affordable apartments and public areas. More ›

 
 

Yves Behar's Juicero juicer has its reputation shredded by social media

Juicer by Fuseproject

The Yves Behar-designed Juicero juicer has been derided on social media after it transpired that a pair of hands could do the same job as the $400 machine. More ›

 
 

Steel and glass Costa Rican home by Cañas Arquitectos projects towards views of San Jose

Estancia y Ficus by Cañas Arquitectos

Extensive glazing across this house in Costa Rica by local firm Cañas Arquitectos provides vistas of the verdant landscape by day and the twinkling city below at night. More ›

 
 

Five of the best houses in Vermont on Dezeen

Marlboro Music Cottages by HGA Architects

The forested territory of Vermont is next in our series of roundups showcasing houses from each of America's 50 states, featuring a tiny home for an artist and cottages for world-renowned musicians. More ›

 
 

Minimalux launches collection of geometric jewellery

Jewellery Basics by Minimalux

British brand Minimalux has unveiled a new collection of jewellery, made up of a collection of square and round pieces in brass and copper. More ›

 
 

Latest Dezeen Mail features new photos of Moriyama House and IKEA's plan to employ refugees

This week's Dezeen Mail  features Edmund Sumner's recently revealed photographs of Ryue Nishizawa's Moriyama House and IKEA's plan to employ refugees at new production centres  in Jordan. Subscribe to Dezeen Mail ›

 
 

David Adjaye named world's most influential architect by Time magazine

"Architectural visionary" David Adjaye has been named among Time magazine's 100 most influential people of 2017 – and is the only architect to make the list. More ›