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  1. Terrassenhaus is a concrete mixed-use block in Berlin by Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon, and Muck Petzet Architekten that has a series of external terraces. Read more
  2. Samsung has unveiled its highly anticipated Galaxy Fold device, which unfolds "like a book" from a smartphone into a tablet. Read more
  3. Over the past 70 years skateboarding has gone from fringe to mainstream. Iain Borden, author of Skateboarding and the City, selects 11 skateparks that highlight the key aspects of the movement's culture. Read more
  4. Winy Maas, Kelly Hoppen, Ini Archibong and Imogen Heap have joined the judging panel for the 2019 edition of Dezeen Awards, which is open to enter. Read more
  5. Designers are being invited to design the perfect financial crime of the future, for an annual award that encourages the development of links between the financial and creative industries. Read more
  6. Brass and marble decor elements helped Studioshaw steer away from a typical office aesthetic inside this co-working space, which has opened in west London. Read more
  7. We've selected five of the best vacancies in industrial design available on Dezeen Jobs, including positions with architecture firm Foster + Partners and tech giant Apple. Read more
  8. Dutch designer Teresa van Dongen has developed a sustainable light source from living organisms that require regular nourishment in return for electricity. Read more
  9. De Baes Associates and architect Sophie van Noten's House SSK is a steel and glass house wrapped inside an open-topped brick shell in Kortrijk, Belgium. Read more
  10. The inaugural Frieze Art Fair Los Angeles has taken place on the grounds of a Hollywood movie set, with a venue that US firm wHY Architecture designed to give visitors the "feeling of being backstage and behind-the-scenes". Read more
  11. This captioned video shows a virtual reality experience created by Universal Everything, where a 5,000-strong crowd of simulated humans surges and swarms in response to the user's movements. Read more
  12. IKEA has announced plans to start renting its furniture, as part of a move towards a circular economy that includes refurbishing and re-selling products. Read more
  13. If the residents of Neo Bankside had won their legal battle against Tate Modern's rooftop viewing platform, it would have set a dangerous precedent for London, says Owen Hatherley. Read more
  14. Matching red brick and coloured concrete walls enclose the balconies fronting this residential building in Mexico City, which was designed by local studio CPDA Arquitectos. Read more
  15. Melike Altınışık Architects has unveiled plans for a Robot Science Museum in Seoul, which will be built using robotic construction techniques. Read more
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