Matali Crasset’s Self-made Seat is a sofa made from modules that can be carried like suitcases

Milan 2015: French designer Matali Crasset has debuted a sofa made from a system of individual modules that can be carried like suitcases (+ slideshow). (more…) …read more Shared by : Dezeen

New photographs reveal the inside of Herzog & de Meuron’s Elbphilharmonie

These new shots by London-based photographer Peter Guenzel offer a look inside Herzog & de Meuron’s unfinished Hamburg concert hall, which is still two years away …read more Shared by : Dezeen

David Adjaye designs Double Zero chairs for Moroso

Milan 2015: architect David Adjaye is launching an Art Deco-influenced seating range for Moroso at the Salone del Mobile furniture fair, which opens today. (more…) …read more Shared by : Dezeen

Imbue Design completes a rusty steel dwelling in the Utah desert

This house in the Utah desert is covered in sheets of rusty Corten steel to match the colour of the earth, while its four …read more Shared by : Dezeen

Rippling aluminium fronts Bristol university laboratories by Sheppard Robson

Wavy panels of anodised aluminium conceal ventilation channels within the facade of this university science facility in Bristol, England, by British …read more Shared by : Dezeen

Protruding brickwork gives a ribbed facade to Lezze’s House VR in Belgium

Dark grey bricks alternate between protruding and receding rows to give a ribbed texture to the facade of this family house near Brussels by Belgian studio …read more Shared by : Dezeen

The Mothership by Akoaki is a mobile DJ booth for playing funk on the streets of Detroit

Architecture studio Akoaki has created an angular aluminium pod called The Mothership, which contains a DJ booth for staging pop-up events and funk concerts in Detroit’s North End neighbourhood (+ slideshow). …read more Shared by : Dezeen

Drum-like pavilion by GH3 creates a glowing presence in a Canadian city park

The mirrored glass surface of this park pavilion in Edmonton, Canada, helps the structure merge with its surroundings during the day and glow from within …read more Shared by : Dezeen

“Just because you can 3D-print something, doesn’t mean you should”

Comments update: what’s the point in using 3D printing technology to create “impractical and uncomfortable shoes?” Read on for more on this and other most commented Dezeen stories this week. (more…) …read more Shared by : Dezeen

Scottish holiday home by WT Architecture masquerades as an old stone mill

The blackened timber walls of this family holiday home are hidden within the shell of an old stone mill in the Scottish countryside (+ slideshow). (more…) …read more Shared by : Dezeen

Snøhetta designs a new kitchen for The French Laundry in Napa Valley

Snøhetta has unveiled plans to build a new kitchen for The French Laundry – a prestigious California restaurant that is often …read more Shared by : Dezeen

Edges Apartments designed by Studio Toggle to resemble a pile of stacked blocks

A facade divided into angled segments creates a sharp pattern of light and shadow across the front of this brick apartment building in Kuwait by local architecture firm Studio Toggle. …read more Shared by : Dezeen