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

Nepal Radio Broadcasting by ARCHIUM from South Korea.

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

Elding Oscarson completes Swedish seaside house in Molle.

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

David Adjaye and Ron Arad reveal defeated National Holocaust Monument design

Architecture Animée presents shape-shifting buildings with animated gifs.

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

Stacked concrete tower housing a tiny sauna.

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

Mirrored cabin situated in a stunning Scottish glen.

  • Flory Jansen
    Flory Jansen

    Does not all the birds fly against 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.

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

BIG unveils spiralling museum for Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet

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

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

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

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

  • Reem Ghamlouch
    Reem Ghamlouch

    Beautiful!

House in Porto features concrete floors that double as kitchen worktops

Hairdo by Ryo Matsui Architects

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

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

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

This copper-clad house will change colour over time

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