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  1. New York studio Light and Air Architecture has retrofitted a two-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn with ample custom cabinetry and a spiral staircase. Read more
  2. Finnish artists Pekka Niittyvirta and Timo Aho have shone three lines of light across a Scottish coastal town in this installation that aims to show the impact of climate change. Read more
  3. New York designer Shaina Garfield has created an eco-friendly coffin that uses fungus to biodegrade the body so that it decomposes quickly and fertilises the surrounding soil. Read more
  4. Architecture firm Estúdio 41 has designed this small, white house in Brazil to be highly sustainable, including photovoltaic panels, a green roof and a rainwater collection system. Read more
  5. Koichi Takada Architects has designed a podium fronted with brick archways as the base of the glass and steel Arc tower in Sydney, Australia. Read more
  6. IKEA has released a set of furniture hacks that anyone can download and 3D-print to make their products more usable by people with disabilities. Read more
  7. London-based Jonathan Tuckey Design and Danish architect Sigurd Larsen have updated the Michelberger hotel in Berlin, refreshing its lobby and guest rooms. Read more
  8. With more people living into cities, architects are increasingly finding inventive ways to squeeze homes into small spaces. Here are the floor plans of 10 micro homes that most of every square metre. Read more
  9. The best architecture and design roles available on Dezeen Jobs this week include vacancies at Danish textile brand Kvadrat and London-based architecture studio ACME. Read more
  10. Buttons, ports and speaker grills are absent from Vivo's Apex 2019 concept phone, which is wrapped in a single piece of glass. Read more
  11. London-based Steyn Studio built Sierra House in Madrid from concrete and travertine with a striking sawtooth roof that looks like a mountain ridge. Read more
  12. A series of gabled, brickwork volumes arranged around a grassy courtyard form this house in Guayaquil, Ecuador, designed by Chilean firm Felipe Assadi Arquitectos. Read more
  13. Industrial designer Tom Chung and Campos Studio discovered a brick fireplace while updating this Vancouver residence, renovated so its owners can enjoy into their old age. Read more
  14. Pool Leber Architekten and Bleckmann Krys Architekten have combined 14th and 16th century structures, with modern concrete and brick volumes to create the Kult museum. Read more
  15. ÉCAL graduate Marina Daguet has designed a cleaner, modern alternative to the traditional prayer candles found in churches. Read more
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