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SPPARC completes Borough Yards shopping district in London

A brick-lined arcade has been inserted beneath an existing railway viaduct at the Borough Yards shopping and dining district in south London designed by local architecture studio SPPARC. Read more

Sou Fujimoto creates House of Music in Budapest park "as a continuation of the natural environment"

Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto has completed a museum dedicated to music topped with an undulating roof punctuated by trees in Budapest's City Park.  Read more

Ten homes centred around bright interior courtyards

Interior courtyards filled with indoor trees and greenery create a tranquil, peaceful atmosphere. For our latest lookbook, we've collected ten homes from the Dezeen archive with beautiful courtyards at the heart of the interior. Read more

Yakusha Design creates earthy interiors for Antwerp's Faina Gallery

A colour scheme informed by soil and moss features inside this showroom in Antwerp, Belgium, which Yakusha Design has developed for its own furniture line Faina. Read more

Light wells puncture roof of concrete house in Brasília by Debaixo do Bloco Arquitetura

Brazilian architecture studio Debaixo do Bloco Arquitetura has built a concrete home in Brasília made up of three volumes, each lit by a central light well carved out of its angular roof. Read more

Fletcher Crane Architects creates compact brick house on former garage site

Fletcher Crane Architects has completed a two-bedroom house on a brownfield plot in west London featuring grey-brick walls that are left exposed throughout the living areas and sunken bedrooms. Read more

Ten interiors that use glass-block walls to play with light and shadow

As glass bricks are experiencing another renaissance, our latest lookbook features ten projects that showcase how glazed masonry can illuminate any interior – even cramped bathrooms and hallways. Read more

This week a proposal to extend Manhattan was revealed

This week on Dezeen, Rutgers professor Jason Barr proposed extending Manhattan to add homes for 250,000 people to the city of New York. Read more

Concrete walls frame desert views in remote Chihuahua home by OAX Arquitectos

The earthen tone of this off-grid holiday home in Northern Mexico was selected to match the rock formations of the nearby Cumbres de Majalca National Park, which is known for its dramatic landscapes. Read more

The World Around "speaks about design as current affairs" says Beatrice Galilee

Dezeen has teamed up with The World Around to live-stream its 2022 summit on 5 February. Ahead of the conference, founder Beatrice Galilee explains the summit's focus and forecasts the changes she expects to see in the design industry this year. Read more

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