• Studio PHH divides lakeside house with double-height glass atrium
    Brooklyn architecture firm Studio PHH has split this waterfront property in Princeton, New Jersey, into two halves connected by a dramatic atrium that offers woodland views through full-height glass walls. Read more
  • Marc Thorpe designs off-grid cabin retreat in the Romanian mountains
    Architect Marc Thorpe has unveiled renderings of a holiday retreat in Romania, comprising off-grid wooden cabins informed by rural vernacular architecture. Read more
  • Bette releases shower tiles as latest evolution of the shower tray
    Dezeen promotion: German bathroom company Bette has released the BetteAir range of shower tiles that "complete the evolution of the shower tray into a part of the bathroom floor". Read more
  • University of Huddersfield presents 10 projects that respond to unfamiliar cultura...
    A post-apocalyptic world where humankind has exhausted the planet's natural resources and an eco learning centre and biodiversity garden are included in Dezeen's latest school show by students at the University of Huddersfield. Read more
  • Houzz Tour: New Build With Locally Inspired Vintage Touches (26 photos)
    Danielle Palm and Rocci Chandler’s business usually involves finding historic homes in a state of disrepair, highlighting their original charms while remodeling them back to their former glory, staging them and selling them. But with the recent seller’s market in their hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, making...
  • How to Choose a Ceiling Fan for Comfort and Style (9 photos)
    Ceiling fans make great additions to the home year-round. They cool us down in summer and warm us up in winter. New features and technologies mean they’re more energy-efficient than ever, and design updates have led to some pretty stylish models. Personal preference plays a big role when buying...
  • Kengo Kuma's Japan National Stadium is the centrepiece of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics
    Cedar panels clad the eaves of the 68,000-seat Japan National Stadium, which Japanese studio Kengo Kuma and Associates designed for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Read more
  • BREEAM and LEED green certification schemes are "meaningless" says Andrew Waugh
    Environmental certification schemes for buildings overlook embodied carbon and encourage architects to add unnecessary "systems and gizmos" to achieve high ratings, according to architect Andrew Waugh. Read more
  • Dezeen launches £15,000 Redesign the World competition with Epic Games
    Dezeen has teamed up with Epic Games to launch Redesign the World, the ultimate design competition that calls for new ideas to rethink planet Earth. Read more