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Strong reactions to this Never Never Land holiday home in Ibiza by Andrés Jaque. "This is dirty and in your face architecture," says roadkill. Read the story and comments »
This sunken concrete pavilion cast in bark by Frank Havermans has captured readers' imaginations. "This will be where I make my last stand when the zombie apocalypse comes," plots Dan.
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These pylons shaped like giants striding across Iceland were very popular over on Twitter
. "It's a start towards creating a post-apocalyptic wonder for people wandering by and curious what the figures were meant for." comments Lone. Read the story and comments »
Is this playsuit equipped with sensors and alarms by Helge Fischer "an utterly ridiculous and disturbing idea" or an "excellent commentary on our paedophilia obsessed society"? Or just hard to keep clean?
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Another house you've fallen in love with, this time made of wooden arches spiralling round a central column by Mount Fuji Architects Studio. Read the story and comments »
Readers admire the renders for this Tel Aviv residential block by Ron Arad, while stefan stirs things up by claiming "designers should stick to design". Read the story and comments »
Architects Hans Hollein fail to impress with this residential tower for Shenzhen. Tellsitlikeitis tries to cheer everyone up though: "Shenzhen is the worst city on Earth so this won't really do any more harm."
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Lots of love for graduate John Becker’s final project, which involved creating the future headquarters of a fictional company that sells bottled water harvested from dew. "Wonderful fairy tale and adventure," sighs Finlay McWin. Read the story and comments »
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Dezeenjobs: international architecture conference, exhibition and publication Fabricate have issued a call for entries for projects to be included in their ‘Fabricate: Making Digital Architecture’ book: More »
Dezeenjobs: interior designers TAM London are looking for a junior interior designer: More »
Dezeenjobs: architects and designers SAQ have internship opportunities in Berlin and Brussels: More »
Dezeenjobs: UK designers Innovate Design require product designers/prototypers to join their Wiltshire studio: More »
Dezeenjobs: designers Priestmangoode are looking for a colour, material and finish designer to work in London: More »
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Dezeenjobs: Parisian architecture firm Mikou Design Studio require architects: More »
Dezeenjobs: architects Mikou Design Studio are offering internship opportunities in Paris: More »
Dezeenjobs: ORMS Architecture Design in London are looking for a personal assistant to two directors: More »
Dezeenjobs: Wrap design magazine of London are looking for contributors to submit wrapping paper designs for their launch issue: More »
Dezeenjobs: architects PAC Singapore seek Part I and II architectural assistants: More »
Dezeenjobs: BEHF Architects of Vienna seek a retail designer: More »
Dezeenjobs: architectural organisation Malcolm Reading Consultants are looking for an office manager/PA to join their office in London: More »
Dezeenjobs: Karakusevic Carson Architects in London require a studio administrator: More »
Dezeenjobs: Harlequin Marquees and Event Services are looking for an interior designer to work in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. More »
Dezeenjobs: online design and architecture magazine Dezeen are offering internships with their team in London during September: More »
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Dezeenjobs: Henning Larsen Architects have internship opportunities available in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: More »
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Lots of winners this issue!
Stefan Falk and Gülnar Ocakdan in Germany, Hesna Ustun in the USA, Georgina Baronian in Australia, and Olivier Bacin in France won copies of Enabling by Minimaforms.
Jakub Kownacki in Poland, Angeliki Malakasioti in Greece, Claus Rytter Bruun de Neergaard in the US, Alex Young in China and Jason T. Chernak also in the US won copies of Digital Architecture.
Kerry Chu in London, Fabio Rodrigues Doi in Brazil, Cristina Hora in Portugal, Guillermo Lockhart in Uruguay and Eleni Papaevangelou in Greece won copies of Salt Bridges.
Islam Mohamed El Sayed Ahmed Abdelkader in Egypt, Milan Hanuš in the Czech Republic, Leanna Lalonde in Canada, Remon Smits in the Netherlands and Mario Handle in Austria won copies of Ghost Stories by Nendo.
Ryan Koller in the US, Valery van Nooijen in the Netherlands, David Liddicoat in the UK, Krista Jahnke in Canada and Bart Nicolaas also in the Netherlands won copies of 49 Cities.
Catherine Rose in the UK, Elif Cansu Yuce in Turkey, Rajeev Lavu in India, Sven Koerbitz in Germany and Noémi Kiss in Hungary won copies of I Wish I Worked There.
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