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See luxurious boutique hotels on our new Pinterest board

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Our new Pinterest board showcases images of boutique hotels from around the world, including a property nestled in a field of olive trees in Portugal, and a hotel that boasts an exhibition space. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest or visit our new board to see more. The board features a dilapidated property in Romania that was converted into a

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Daria Casalini

NL Architects unveils Forum Groningen as a "cultural department store"

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Forum Gronigen by NL Architects

NL Architects has completed a huge cultural complex in Groningen, which is set to become an important landmark for the Dutch city. Billed as a "cultural department store", Forum Groningen contains a wide variety of facilities, including cinema screens, exhibition galleries, an auditorium for performances and talks, library facilities and workspaces. At its heart of the

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Amy Frearson

FreelandBuck pavilion in Palo Alto documents life "over the course of one day"

15 hours ago
Cache Me if You Can by FreelandBuck

FreelandBuck has installed a pavilion in a Palo Alto plaza comprising triangular panels imprinted with images of the public enjoying the same site on a day last year. Cache Me if You Can is on view in front of the Palo Alto City Hall. Its exterior is printed with images that chart the movement of

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Kristine Klein

Creamy whites and crushed gravel decorate Los Angeles' Noto Botanics store

17 hours 59 minutes ago
Noto Botanics Store by Venn Studio

Architects Tyler Thomas and Gabbi Sun of Venn Studio have paired "masculine-feminine, hard-soft" details inside this cosmetics store for a unisex beauty brand in Los Angeles. Thomas and Sun, who work at local architecture practice Venn Studio, designed the aesthetics of the shop to represent the philosophy of Noto Botanics – a brand founded by Gloria

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Bridget Cogley

Blocky Minecraft-themed apartment building in Seoul clad with pixel-like tiles

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Cascade house by Aoa Architects

Aoa Architects has clad the stepped gables of a playful apartment block in South Korea with glossy red and white tiles in a reference to the video game Minecraft. The building, called Cascade House on account of its symmetrical stepped form, is located in Seoul's Mangwon-dong area. Along with Minecraft, Aoa Architects also cited colourful

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Jon Astbury

Eight bold bathrooms that make use of more than just white tiles

22 hours 59 minutes ago
Bold bathrooms: The Siren Hotel by ASH NYC

Bathrooms can easily be dismissed as the dullest room of the house, but there's plenty of opportunity to play around with material and colour. Interiors reporter Natasha Levy has selected eight striking bathing spaces to learn from. Unit 662 by Rainville Sangaré A statement shower screen adds interest to the otherwise greyscale interior of this

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Natasha Levy

This week, the Don't Move, Improve! 2020 shortlist was announced

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This week on Dezeen, London's best new home extensions and renovations were revealed in the shortlist for this year's Don't Move, Improve! competition. There are 25 home-improvement projects in the running to win Don't Move, Improve! 2020 – the 10th edition of the annual awards programme that celebrates residential design in the UK capital. Projects

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Lizzie Crook

Tool manufacturer Fiskars releases debut streetwear collection

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Tool manufacturer Fiskars releases debut streetwear collection

Finnish heritage tool manufacturer Fiskars is making its first foray into fashion with a collection of "modern garden-wear staples". The 11-piece clothing line was designed by Aalto University graduate Maria Korkeila and presented as part of the Pitti Uomo menswear collections in Florence this month. It features multi-functional, unisex fashion and accessories, including a jacket

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Jennifer Hahn

Marine research hub makes waves in St Andrews

1 day 10 hours ago
The University of St Andrews with BMJ Architects have completed a marine research centre to support oceanic science via a bespoke temperature-controlled aquarium. The £16.5m Scottish Oceans Institute is built on the site of the original Gatty Marine Laboratory at East Sands and incorporates a mix of open-plan offices and public engagement space on an exposed beachfront under a roof...

Lateral Office lights up New York City Garment District with "immersive urban instrument"

1 day 10 hours ago
Impulse by Lateral Office

Canadian studio Lateral Office has installed 12 oversized seesaws that light up and make sounds on the streets of New York City's Garment District. Impulse occupies the pedestrian plazas on Broadway Avenue between 37th and 38th Streets. While on display, the block is closed to vehicle traffic. Visitors are encouraged to ride the playground-style pieces,

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Kristine Klein

FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art reveals 2021 details

1 day 11 hours ago

FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art has announced the theme and artistic team for the sophomore edition, which will run from July 17 through October 2, 2021. Entitled Oh, Gods of Dust and Rainbows, the exhibitions will showcase contemporary works from local and international artists across the Northeastern Ohio cities of Cleveland, Akron, and […]

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Emma Natanzon

Cover Outdoor Spaces With Shade To Protect The From Sun And Rain

1 day 12 hours ago
As part of the design of an apartment in Barcelona, Egue y Seta created an outdoor terrace that’s ideal for entertaining. A built-in lounge was designed for conversation or relaxation, with the surrounding plants providing privacy. The lounge looks towards both the dining area and the bar. The dining area has bench seating that matches […]
Erin