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  1. In this week's comments update, readers are debating how homes will change after the coronavirus pandemic ends and are divided over the Galleria department store in South Korea. Read more View the full article
  2. Mexico City studio Goko has topped this music studio with a large "skyspace" to flood it with natural light. Read more View the full article
  3. The president of the Royal Institute of British Architects has temporarily stepped down from his role due to personal reasons. Read more View the full article
  4. California firm Walker Warner Architects has transformed a warehouse into a visitor centre for a winery with redwood, cypress and rammed earth. Read more View the full article
  5. The ruins of a 17th-century parchment factory and old cattle shed form part of a residential extension by Will Gamble Architects in Northamptonshire, UK. Read more View the full article
  6. Many brands are altering their logos to promote social distancing and creating adverts to encourage staying at home during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more View the full article
  7. Daily coronavirus briefing: today's architecture and design coronavirus briefing includes news on Dubai Expo 2020, how Covid-19 hospitals are built, Sam Jacob's design academy and an F1 team making a breathing aid. Read more View the full article
  8. German architectural engineer Gregory Quinn has developed SheltAir, domed bio-containment pods erected using inflatable cushions that could help coronavirus patients isolate. Read more View the full article
  9. Dezeen's Face to Face podcast series continues with an interview with British architect David Chipperfield, who describes growing up on a farm, struggling at school, how Zaha Hadid saved him from failing his architecture diploma – and why he still suffers from imposter syndrome. Read more View the full article
  10. Mesh panels dipped in paper pulp, polycarbonate and OSB timber merge to form the textured interior of this lifestyle store in Nanjing, China, designed by architecture studio CATS. Read more View the full article
  11. Architect Jaimie Shorten's will install six singing shark sculptures leaping from a London canal as this year's pavilion for the Architecture Foundation. Read more View the full article
  12. Architecture practice Deltastudio has turned a former agricultural warehouse in Italy into a house with a balcony framed with white curtains. Read more View the full article
  13. Translucent glass doors fold open to reveal the studio that architecture firm Estudio Nu has created inside a dental mechanics workshop in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Read more View the full article
  14. Photographer Lorenzo Zandri has documented the two modernist houses that architect Juan O'Gorman completed in Mexico City for his father and artists Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. Read more View the full article
  15. The United Nations has launched an open competition for creatives to create informative works that accurately communicate public health messages in a bid to "flatten the curve" of the coronavirus pandemic. Read more View the full article
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