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  2. American firm LOHA has unveiled plans for an affordable housing complex in Los Angeles, comprising stacks of shipping containers arranged on a triangular site near a busy highway interchange. Read more View the full article
  3. Architects and designers working across the Americas are now invited to submit their entries to the 2020 edition of the AHEAD Awards. Read more View the full article
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  5. This year saw a wave of projects aimed at improving life for people with disabilities, and making spaces more inclusive. For our review of 2019, Dezeen has selected 10 of the best, including a mind-controlled exoskeleton and a series of 3D-printed IKEA hacks. Read more View the full article
  6. Experimental clothing brand Vollebak's Deep Sleep Cocoon jacket is designed to allow people to sleep anywhere, including in space. Read more View the full article
  7. Continuing our high-tech architecture series, Catherine Slessor looks at how the women in Team 4 helped shape the narrative of the movement. Read more View the full article
  8. Piazza Dell'Ufficio by Branch Studio Architects, which was named interior project of the year at Dezeen Awards 2019, teaches children about the power of design says judge Eva Jiricna in this movie. Read more View the full article
  9. Coffee roaster Ozone has opened a new space inside an east London warehouse, featuring plywood interiors by local studio Box 9. Read more View the full article
  10. Swedish studio Form Us With Love has designed a modular bench seating system for +Halle, which aims to create privacy in public without using walls or dividers. Read more View the full article
  11. Dezeen Jobs has a number of promising architecture and design opportunities right now, including positions at Danish architecture studio BIG and Metropolitan Museum of Art. Read more View the full article
  12. Continuing our review of 2019, Tom Ravenscroft picks 10 architecture projects in the UK that made an impact in the past year, including a museum for boats and a football stadium. Read more View the full article
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  14. Canadian firm Paul Bernier Architecte has extended a dental practice in Montreal with two floors of apartments covered in aluminium panels. Read more View the full article
  15. Childcare subscription app Brella has opened its first space in Los Angeles, comprising play areas, a co-working space and a yoga studio. Read more View the full article
  16. A spiral staircase twists 810 degrees to form a viewpoint designed by architecture studio Doarchi to look out over the mountains close to Shenzhen. Read more View the full article
  17. This year, furniture designs ventured out of the home onto the streets and into prisons. Design reporter Jennifer Hahn picks out her top 10 projects for our review of 2019, from public seating in Beirut to silicone chairs. Read more View the full article
  18. Winter is here in the northern hemisphere, so we've updated our Pinterest board depicting snowy architecture scenes. The board features dozens of projects including mountain cabins, ski lodges and cosy winter retreats. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest or visit our snow-scenes board to see more. Read more View the full article
  19. Multidisciplinary design studio Frama tried to emulate a relaxed neighbourhood atmosphere inside this Beirut concept store, which features limewashed surfaces and simple concrete fixtures. Read more View the full article
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  21. Plywood is used to make cabinets, nooks and dividers inside this olive green retail store in Lower Manhattan that Brooklyn studio ABA has designed for London streetwear brand Maharishi. Read more View the full article
  22. South African designer Porky Hefer has extended his collection of hanging chairs at this year's Design Miami with a series of leathery seats that each represent a different molecular compound. Read more View the full article
  23. The curvaceous, aluminium-clad form of Liyang Museum in China, was designed by architecture practice CROX to recall the essence of a musical instrument. Read more View the full article
  24. Next up in our review of 2019, Daria Casalini picks out the year's 10 most impressive pavilions, including a floating circular staircase and a fibre-composite structure built by two robots. Stone 27, USA, by Benjamin Langholz Benjamin Langholz arranged huge stones in an ascending circle for a pavilion at this year's Burning Man in Black Rock City, Nevada. A central pillar and three pairs of steel columns support the basalt stones, forming a "floating walk" designed to make visitors' experience "a moment of complete presence". Find out more about Stone 27 › Serpentine Pavilion, UK, by Junya Ishigami For this year's Serpentine Pavilion in London, Japanese architect Junya Ishigami designed a structure he describes as a "hill made out of rocks". Ishigami used 61 tonnes of Cumbrian slate to create a rocky canopy supported by 106 pin-ended columns. He arranged the columns randomly to give visitors the sense of being in a "forest". Find out more about the Serpentine Pavilion › The Room for Archaeologists and Kids, Peru, by Studio Tom Emerson and Taller 5 Students from Studio Tom Emerson at ETH Zurich and Taller 5 at PUCP collaborated with architects Guillaume Othenin-Girard and Vincent Juillerat to build this pavilion on an archaeological site outside Lima. Designed to provide shelter from the desert sun for archaeologists, the pavilion features earthen floors, bamboo cane walls and a woven white canopy. Find out more about The Room for Archaeologists and Kids › Module+, Vietnam, by Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects and Dang + Partners Over 2,000 modular wooden components are slotted together to form this white pavilion, intended as a gathering place for tea farmers in rural Vietnam. Vietnamese architecture studios Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects and Dang + Partners designed the space for visitors to experience "the peace of the land". Find out more about Module+ › Potemkin Theatre, UK, by Maich Swift Architects A chequered green facade and a winding yellow staircase are among the features of this timber pavilion designed by London-based Maich Swift Architects. The theatre was the winning entry in the annual Antepavilion competition and it was built to host a wide variety of events. Find out more about Potemkin Theatre › Level Up, Croatia, by Brett Mahon, Joonas Parviainen, Saagar Tulshan and Shreyansh Sett Locals can relax and socialise on this multi-level pavilion made of steel scaffolding, wooden boards and decking. On the top level, a platform provides a viewing terrace over the city port. The Croatian city of Rijeka is set to become the European Capital of Culture in 2020, and the pavilion was built as one of the key venues for the celebratory event. Find out more about Level Up › MPavilion, Australia, by Glenn Murcutt Australian architect Glenn Murcutt placed a large, translucent roof on top of a minimal steel structure to create this year's MPavilion in Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens. The roof conceals LED lighting, allowing the structure to glow at night like a lantern. Murcutt designed the pavilion as a "sleek and adaptable" shelter that can be easily dismantled. Find out more about MPavilion › The Colour Palace, UK, by Yinka Ilori and Pricegore Traditional African textiles from Lagos, Nigeria, inspired the bright colour palette of Yinka Ilori and architecture studio Pricegore's pavilion outside Dulwich Picture Gallery in London. To soften the structure's strong angles and geometric form, the designers created a facade made of pieces of timber that have been hand-painted with brightly-hued colours. Find out more about The Colour Palace › BUGA Fibre Pavilion, Germany, by University of Stuttgart Two robots developed by the University of Stuttgart built this fibre-composite pavilion, which is inspired by the shape of beetle wings. The team wanted the pavilion to be mimic nature so used building materials that they thought shared key characteristics with natural composites. Find out more about BUGA Fibre Pavilion › Luum Temple, Mexico, by CO-Lab Design Office Mexican studio CO-Lab Design Office created this bamboo pavilion to host a variety of yoga and meditation workshops in the jungles of Tulum. The structure is made entirely out of bamboo beams, which have been bent and strapped together on-site. A layer of local Zacate grass was also added to the roof to protect the pavilion from rainstorms. Find out more about Luum Temple › View the full article
  25. This week on Dezeen, Pantone announced Classic Blue as the colour of the coming year, while we looked back at 2019 with the launch of our year in review series. Read more View the full article
  26. Bezalel Academy of Art and Design graduate Meydan Levy has developed five edible artificial fruits, which comprise printed cellulose skins filled with a cocktail of vitamins and minerals. Read more View the full article
  27. The United Nations announced this year that there is just over a decade to limit the effects of global warming. Here are six installations by architects, designers and artists that aim to raise awareness of the climate crisis and influence change. Read more View the full article
  28. London architect Alex Michaelis, co-founder of Michaelis Boyd, has designed a home for his family as a "striking, contemporary take on Corbusien modernism". Read more View the full article
  29. Daniel Libeskind's Swarovski star tops the Rockefeller Center's Christmas tree for a second year. In this interview with Dezeen, the architect says the design, like much of his work, is strongly influenced by his experience as an immigrant. Read more View the full article
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