MVRDV's design for a new skyscaper in Jakarta might look like "old projects on top of each other" but readers are discussing whether the city needs this kind of icon. Read the story and comments »
More piled-up architecture, this time bungalows on top of apartment blocks on top of town houses by Edouard François. Is it "brilliant" or "a joke"? Read the story and comments »
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Readers wanted to know how Zaha Hadid's Galaxy Soho complex relates to the surrounding Beijing streets and these images by photographers Hufton + Crow have given them plenty to discuss. Read the story and comments »
Readers think this cutlery designed by Jinhyun Jeon to stimulate all the senses is "ground-breaking", though some are stimulated by the photos alone. Read the story and comments »
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Jeremy Hutchison's collection of intentionally useless objects have readers arguing over whether they're "fascinating" or "redundant". Read the story and comments »
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