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Spring is here and the next design fair in Milan is approaching fast. Check out our preview stories in our Milan 09 category.
Meanwhile, here's our selection of recent stories, including observations from readers concerned about cleaning. As usual, all the latest jobs from our recruitment site Dezeenjobs are in the right hand column, along with details of three new competitions.
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Terunobu Fujimori’s tree-top tea house has been our most visited story so far this year. Some find it charming, others worry about falling out. Read the story and comments »
Ana Maria Pasescu Stewart’s Noose Light is our most commented story this issue. The designer herself joins in the debate. Read the story and comments »
Will Coop Himmelb(l)au’s design for Art Museum Strongoli ruin the Italian countryside? Birgita thinks so, others don’t. Read the story and comments »
Tata Nano, the world’s cheapest car, has launched in India. That’s good news for Indians, but bad news for the planet, some readers feel. Read the story and comments »
A big response to Alexander Boxill’s redesign of the venerable Architectural Review – with many of the more positive comments written by AR staff, it turns out. Read the story and comments »
Peepoo, a biodegradable bag for people who don't have toilets, could come in useful in the Paco house. Scruces worries that the bag’s opening is too small. Read the story and comments »
Bak Gordon’s House at Sobral da Lagoa does everything Coop Himmelb(l)au’s Art Museum Strongoli (above) doesn’t according to Windbag. Read the story and comments »
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Dezeenjobs: design brand Tom Dixon in London seeks a PR intern: More »
Dezeenjobs: Amsterdam design consultancy UXUS are looking for a graphic designer to join their team: More »
Dezeenjobs: Heatherwick Studio in London have an opportunity for a communications internship with their team in Kings Cross, London: More »
Dezeenjobs: branding, architecture and design company Fitch are looking for a design director, specialising in retail environments, to join their team in Singapore: More »
Dezeenjobs: PR agency Camron have an opportunity for two PR internships with their office in London: More »
Dezeenjobs: Milan/Antwerp-based communications and editorial design company Il Tamburino are looking for an account executive: More »
Dezeenjobs: The Department of Arts and Design of the Hochscule für Künste (University of the Arts) Bremen in Germany has a vacancy for a professor for typography: More »
Dezeenjobs: the British Council is looking for a design programme advisor: More »
Dezeenjobs: graphic designers Amelia Noble and Frith Kerr have studio space to let in Hoxton, London: More »
Dezeenjobs: landscape designers Gustafson Porter are looking for a PR and marketing manager to join their office in London: More »
Dezeenjobs: Sichuan Province Architectural Design Institute and WE Design are inviting entries for a conceptual competition to design a school in Sichuan, China: More »
Dezeenjobs: architects UNStudio have an opportunity for a product design internship with their team in Amsterdam, the Netherlands: More »
Dezeenjobs: X-Architects require senior designers to work in Dubai, UAE: More »
Dezeenjobs: architects and designers Laplace & Co have an opportunity for an architecture internship with their studio in Paris: More »
Dezeenjobs: footwear brand Terra Plana are looking for architects and designers to create a pop-up shop in London: More »
Dezeen are giving away ten copies of Green Design by Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs, published by Carlton books.
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Dezeen have teamed up with architects Bjarke Ingels Group to give away five copies of Yes is More, the catalogue accompanying their exhibition at the Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen. Enter the competition »
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Congratulations to the winners of our Lost Buildings, Limited Edition and MAD Dinner competitions!
Eik Bjerregaard in Denmark, Rita Cadavez in Portugal, Adam Jackson in Australia, and Peter Kantor and Andrew Bazinski in the USA all won copies of Lost Buildings by Jonathan Glancey.
Johannes Tsopanides in Germany, Jenni Baxter in Australia, Paul McClelland in USA, and Aaron Norman and Corinna Warm in the UK all won copies of Limited Edition by Sophie Lovell.
Melody Santiago in USA, Frank van Leersum in the Netherlands, Tamas Bulcsu in Hungary, Daniel Wallentin in Switzerland and Nathalie Delbecque in Belgium all won copies of MAD Dinner.