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  1. Bangkok studio Femme Atelier's collection of furniture is made up of tables and chairs that take their design cues from traditional door and window frames. Read more View the full article
  2. This week, Dezeen interviewed Adrian Smith, the architect consultant who designed the tower that is the focal point of the summer blockbuster Skyscraper, and fashion designer Stella McCartney. Read more View the full article
  3. Daniel Libeskind's studio has completed its first project in China – a museum in Wuhan featuring an arcing steel-clad volume elevated above a new public plaza. Read more View the full article
  4. The Trump Baby blimp is an attempt to communicate with the US president "in a language he understands", says the graphic designer behind the project in this exclusive Dezeen movie. Read more View the full article
  5. A horizontal shower replaces the bathtub in German bathroom brand Dornbracht's futuristic six-square-metre home spa, designed for small-space living. Read more View the full article
  6. Minnesota studio Dream The Combine has constructed a series of black steel frames that accommodate net hammocks, mirrors and misters, providing a setting for MoMA PS1's summer music series. Read more View the full article
  7. With the Fifa World Cup 2018 final taking place this Sunday between France and Croatia at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, we've rounded up eight of the best illustrations that represent the highs and lows of the tournament. Read more View the full article
  8. Pentagram's Austin studio has included an "art deco-style" letter S in this new identity for an art museum in Nashville, Tennessee, taking cues from the 1930s building it occupies. Read more View the full article
  9. Kingston University graduate Poppy Booth has created a pair of tongue-in-cheek objects that comment on the "ridiculousness" of consumer habits. Read more View the full article
  10. Walmart's textureless surfaces are intended to look as cheap as possible. But surely, mulls Aaron Betsky, even a little tactility could improve the stores and other similar spaces without breaking the bank. Read more View the full article
  11. With London's Pride parade taking place this weekend, here's a look at nine LGBT+ design projects, from a rainbow font to a sex toy for gender-transitioning men. Read more View the full article
  12. Superimpose has saved a historic factory in Changzhi, China, from demolition by renovating it into a exhibition centre for the city. Read more View the full article
  13. Dark woodwork, navy-blue upholstered wall panels and plaid concrete flooring feature at this restaurant in Atlanta, which design studio Workstead completed for lifestyle magazine Garden & Gun to capture an "elegant mix of old and new". Read more View the full article
  14. The latest Apple Store to be designed by Foster + Partners, a mobile home in Colorado and Boeing's concept for a hypersonic plane feature in the latest edition of our newsletter Dezeen Weekly. Subscribe to Dezeen Weekly › View the full article
  15. New York design studio Snarkitecture is celebrating a decade of projects with an exhibition at the National Building Museum in Washington DC, which includes a white gabled house and a kidney-shaped ball pit. Read more View the full article