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  1. The natural landscape surrounding Kasthall's factory in Kinna, Sweden informed the patterns and colours used by Ilse Crawford for this collection of rugs, designed for Kasthall. Read more View the full article
  2. Rooftop seal pools and a sloping plinth that meets the tide will feature in Dorte Mandrup's visitor centre for the UNESCO-protected Wadden Sea in the Netherlands. Read more View the full article
  3. Japanese design studio Nendo will create an immersive environment for more than 160 prints and drawings by Dutch artist M.C. Escher at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne this December. Read more View the full article
  4. Architect Elizabeth Diller has praised her inclusion on this year's Time 100 list as a positive step towards gender parity in architecture, but voiced concern that too many female architecture students are not making it into the workplace. Read more View the full article
  5. A series of matching stoneware designs by French designers Francesco Balzano and Valériane Lazard is on display at Studio Twenty Seven gallery in Miami. Read more View the full article
  6. Visitors to Somerset House in London have been experiencing the air pollution of different global cities, inside a series of domes created by artist Michael Pinsky. Read more View the full article
  7. BIG has released new renderings of the pair of towers it is building beside New York's High Line, which architect Bjarke Ingels says are shaped out of "mutual courtesy" for one another's views. Read more View the full article
  8. High-tech architecture is not on the verge of a comeback – it actually never went away, says Owen Hatherley. Read more View the full article
  9. Japanese studio Nendo explored the relationship between people and objects with its Milan design week exhibition, which featured unconventionally shaped hourglasses, flexible container lids and alternatives to the traditional zipper. Read more View the full article
  10. The razing of notable brutalist buildings from the 1960s and 1970s, including work by architects Paul Rudolph and Alison and Peter Smithson, is the subject of a photography exhibition at a Boston art gallery. Read more View the full article
  11. Twin slides loop through a Renaissance palace created as part of an installation by Carsten Höller and neurobiologist Stefano Mancuso, which explores emotional effects of people on plants. Read more View the full article
  12. This supertall tapered skyscraper designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox for the China Resources export company in Shenzhen is nearing completion ahead of its opening later this year. Read more View the full article
  13. Milan design week 2018 may be over, but it's not too late to see some of the most successful exhibitions. Using our #milanogram2018 hashtag, we've picked out the 10 that proved most popular with Instagram users. Read more View the full article
  14. Industrial designer Ron Arad has created a set of vases that slot inside one another, just like a nest of tables, for glass brand Nude. Read more View the full article
  15. Porthole windows with brightly coloured frames, a soaring spiral staircase and waterfall gutters are among the playful touches MUMA Architects has included in this community centre in Cambridge, England. Read more View the full article
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