Three hundred individually cut and mutually supporting stone pieces form this latticed canopy in the Palestinian city of Jericho.
Gapahuk by Snøhetta
This set of "almost invisible" furniture and screens by Amsterdam designer Germans Ermičs pays homage to an influential piece of 1970s Japanese design.
Kenxo Tange's St Mary's Cathedral photographed by Edmund Sumner
A team from the University of Stuttgart has used robots and drones to weave this carbon-fibre pavilion, which is based on the hammocks spun by moth larvae
LACMA expansion by Peter Zumthor
These images offer a peek at amenity spaces available to residents moving into Herzog & de Meuron's recently completed skyscraper in Tribeca, New York.
Chinese architect Zhang Ke has slotted a hostel into one of Beijing's hutong neighbourhoods, featuring tiny rooms that project at angles into a courtyard
Beirut Terraces by Herzog & de Meuron