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Geometric patterned screens encase a pair courtyards at this timber-clad beach house.

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Nepal Radio Broadcasting by ARCHIUM from South Korea.

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Kilburn Nightingale remodels Hackney townhouse and adds sweet-chestnut joinery.

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Elding Oscarson completes Swedish seaside house in Molle.

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An old police station in Sydney, Australia, has been turned into a restaurant by Welsh and Major

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David Adjaye and Ron Arad reveal defeated National Holocaust Monument design

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Architecture Animée presents shape-shifting buildings with animated gifs.

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Renzo Piano designs glass "organic creature" to house Pathé Foundation.

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Stacked concrete tower housing a tiny sauna.

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Le Corbusier's Maison Dom-Ino realised at Venice Architecture Biennale.

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Mirrored cabin situated in a stunning Scottish glen.

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  • Flory Jansen
    Flory Jansen

    Does not all the birds fly against it?

  • Lynn Gostelow
    Lynn Gostelow

    What exactly is this structure, its purpose and as Flory asks, what about birds flying into it?

Studio Weave's coloured decking timber is laid in a herringbone pattern, a nod to London-based Studio Weave's name and London College of Fashion (LCF)'s roots.

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Studio Weave adds colourful herringbone decking to London College of Fashion roof garden

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BIG unveils spiralling museum for Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet

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From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes by Alex Chinneck

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From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes by Alex Chinneck

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Lucid Stead installation by Phillip K Smith III gives the illusion of invisibility to a desert cabin

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Lucid Stead installation by Phillip K Smith III gives the illusion of invisibility to a desert cabin

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  • Reem Ghamlouch
    Reem Ghamlouch

    Beautiful!

House in Porto features concrete floors that double as kitchen worktops

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  • Lynn Gostelow
    Lynn Gostelow

    Love polished concrete

Hairdo by Ryo Matsui Architects

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Great James Street Office extension with a faceted copper roof by Emrys Architects

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AIA Institute Honor Awards 2014: The Pierre by Olson Kundig Architects

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Red concrete visitor centre by Gonçalo Byrne tells the story of the Battle of Atoleiros

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This copper-clad house will change colour over time

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Kengo Kuma's installation at the Royal Academy's Sensing Spaces exhibition

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