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  2. The 88-storey skyscraper that architecture firms Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group designed for Manhattan's Hudson Yards development has officially opened. Read more
  3. Dezeen promotion: Le French Design by VIA has unveiled a list of leading and emerging designers and interior designers who are conveying the essential values of French design. Read more
  4. Architect Eduard Eremchuk looked to visuals from Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey when designing the Guapa Flower Shop in a historic building in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Read more
  5. Hundreds of chateaux have been abandoned at the Burj Al Babas luxury housing development in central Turkey, after its developer filed for bankruptcy, as shown in this drone footage. Read more
  6. Australian audio company Nura has launched what it says are the world's first adaptive earphones, which alter their output to suit the user's hearing. Read more
  7. The Creative Industries Federation, Norman Foster and David Chipperfield are among the business leaders to sign a letter calling for a People's Vote – a second referendum over whether the UK should leave the European Union. Read more
  8. Chile-based designer Margarita Talep has created a sustainable, biodegradable alternative to single-use packaging, using raw material extracted from algae. Read more
  9. TBC Forum by UNStudio is a financial centre under construction in the hills above Tbilisi, Georgia, that aims to be a more positive working environment than traditional bank headquarters. Read more
  10. Cement surfaces, wooden joinery, and copper detailing appear inside this Barcelona apartment, which Cometa Architects has designed to subtly draw upon maritime imagery. Read more
  11. Dezeen promotion: the first 20 speakers have been announced for the Design Indaba conference in Cape Town next month, including architectural designer John Pawson and The Handmaid's Tale costume designer Ane Crabtree. Read more
  12. dezeen

    "Bauhaus just wasn't British"

    There's a reason why Bauhaus architects and designers struggled to forge careers in the UK, says Owen Hatherley in the latest instalment of our Bauhaus 100 series. Read more
  13. The cruise ship, called Celebrity Edge, has 1,500 suites designed by British interior designer Kelly Hoppen, who also fitted out the world's first cantilevered deck that can move up and down the ship's exterior. Read more
  14. CODA Bespoke has created a pair of matching black houses in Sheffield, England, for graphic designer twins Nik and Jon Daughtry. Read more
  15. Pentagram has adapted the logo of workplace messaging system Slack into a pattern of speech bubbles and lozenge shapes as part of a rebranding effort. Read more
  16. The latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly features a birds-eye-view photograph made up of 195 gigapixels and a sex toy for women that was controversially banned from CES for being "immoral". Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly ›
  17. Buildings in Albania, Serbia and Slovakia have been shortlisted for the prestigious Mies van der Rohe Award for the first time. Read more
  18. US company Backdrop is aiming to ease the process of choosing the right paint, through a curated selection of colours and adhesive samples for testing on walls, along with an essentials kit and a redesigned can. Read more
  19. Urban Power has unveiled its plans for nine artificial islands, named Holmene, which will be a sustainable tech hub off the coast of Hvidovre, Copenhagen. Read more
  20. American studio Waechter Architecture has renovated and expanded a winery facility, adding charred cedar cladding to an existing building and creating a tasting room with glass walls. Read more
  21. Aged frescos and exposed timber ceilings offset new floors and fixtures inside this Lisbon apartment, which has been overhauled by Studio Gameiro. Read more
  22. Dezeen promotion: Paint brand Dulux has included a "soothing" palette of soft, pastel colours called Dream in its trends forecast for 2019. Read more
  23. Haworth Tompkins has restored Bristol's Grade I-listed Old Vic theatre – the oldest continuously working theatre in the English speaking world – to create "a public room for the city". Read more
  24. The Roman Catholic Church has said it is in a "catch-22 situation" over the A-listed St Peter's Seminary in Scotland, as it can't sell, demolish or give away the Brutalist ruin designed by Gillespie, Kidd and Coia. Read more
  25. Faces and licence plates are among the details that can be clearly seen in an ultra-high-resolution bird's-eye photograph of Shanghai, created by Chinese company Bigpixel Technology. Read more
  26. Metropolitan Workshop's tower of small modular homes in London is covered in a "chameleon-style" facade of glazed terracotta that changes colour in the different light conditions. Read more
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