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Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects designed this theatre complex in Hjørring, Denmark, as a series of Corten steel cubes, but has covered some of the rusty walls behind a layer of frosted glass. Photography is by Adam Mørk. Read more on dezeen.com/architecture

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Chilean architect Gonzalo Claro has renovated a family home in Santiago, reducing the ground floor footprint but adding a level for bedrooms. Photograph is by Felipe Fontecilla. Read more on dezeen.com/tag/chile

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Architects Megumi Matsubara and Hiroi Ariyama arranged this house in the forest near Karuizawa around five courtyards to provide views of vegetation both inside and outside the building. Photograph is by Daici Ano. Read more on dezeen.com/tag/courtyards

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Ron Arad says the success of his bestselling Tom Vac chair was down to luck in the last movie from our Most Loved video series. Read more on dezeen.com/mostloved

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Stone, brick and wood introduce subtle textures to this house near Cape Town, which was designed by architect Jan Sofka to resemble a Japanese home spotted on Dezeen. Read more on dezeen.com/architecture

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American artist Doug Wheeler has transformed a gallery at the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum in New York into an all-white room designed to evoke the sensation of vast infinite space. Read more on dezeen.com/tag/guggenheim-museum Photograph by

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John McAslan + Partners and Triad Architects have built a cathedral on the edge of a tea plantation outside Nairobi, Kenya, featuring a huge tiled and angled roof lined with wooden slats. Read more on dezeen.com/tag/kenya Photograph by

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Perforated-aluminium pleated shutters zigzag around the walls of the cylindrical Eight Tenths Garden arts museum in Shanghai, which was designed by Read more on dezeen.com/tag/shanghai/ Photograph is by CreatAR

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Stockholm design duo Emma Marga Blanche and Fredrick Färg explain how they combined material by flooring company with thermoplastic felt to create an armchair informed by Japanese samurai armour. Read more on dezeen.com/bolonatheart/

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Dezeen's Brexit passport design competition closes tomorrow and entries are still coming in thick and fast! Find out how to enter on dezeen.com/passport

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Pink accents contrast the pale palette that US firm has used for the interior of this farm-to-counter Dig Inn restaurant in Boston. Read more on dezeen.com/tag/restaurants Photograph by

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Timber-clad rooms are stacked vertically and rotated around a spiral staircase to form this treehouse hotel in China's Anhui province, treating guests to 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains. Read more on dezeen.com/tag/hotels

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