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Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the Museum of Architecture have launched a competition to find exceptional designs for three new treehouses across Kew.

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For its first London project, hospitality company Artfarm has given new life to the 18th-century Audley Public House which opens today in Mayfair.

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the viewing platform offers visitors a new vantage point over the 17 burial mounds at sutton hoo, which date as far back as 625 BC.

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An exhibition of hand-crafted art and design pieces, including a seminal sculpture by Charles and Ray Eames, is on display at the former New Jersey home of 20th-century landscape architect James Rose.

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“I see beauty in data,” says Giorgia Lupi, whose unique approach to information design is making…

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Swedish design duo Front presents Seven Stories About Mirrors, an exhibition that explores the complex relationship between humans and their reflections.

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blue crow's latest map celebrates london's postmodern architecture, dating from the late 1970s.

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Danish architecture studio BIG's flexible tube light that can be moulded to adapt to architectural elements is among 12 new products featured on Dezeen Showroom this week.

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Part interior design, part technical lighting solution, Dash Linear by Graypants is one project you have to check out.

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Spanish architecture studio Delavegacanolasso has created a modular, prefabricated cabin that can be ordered online and delivered on the back of a truck to act as a home office, weekend retreat or even a small dwelling.

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Industrial architecture is transformed into a family home as a disused grain store in rural Norfolk gets a new life by 31/44 Architects

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DHaus has developed two new duplex homes on land that formerly belonged to the historic bull & last pub in london to create 'woodsome road'.

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“Working on the Baseball Photographer Trading Cards, traveling throughout the country, my girlfriend at the time, Alison Woolpert, and I would stay at some, shall we say, “economy” motels,” writes photographer Mike Mandel.

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In a city characterized by fast population growth, Amsterdam residents are beginning to entertain alternative living situations. Enter Schoonschip, a sustainable floating neighborhood located on the Johan van Hasselt Canal in a former industrial area. Local architecture firm i29 has created a striking floating home with a small footprint inside the community.

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