Enjoy the best of British spring wildlife wherever you are with BBC springwatch webcams, available internationally for the first time!
Lookout Point by Swiss architects HHF, the first of eight structures to be completed for the Mexican pilgrimage la Ruta del Peregrino.
The Arctic Light, another great film from Terje Sørgjerd. Filmed between 29th April and 10th May 2011 in the Arctic, on the archipelago Lofoten in Norway.
A roundup of design inspiration from here at NOTCOT.org that takes you down the rabbit hole, through beautiful soundscapes and beyond.
GR230, a service station along Route 230 in northern Japan, by Code architects.
Castle beech wood playset from Brno.
Namecards by Manic Design. Hotstamped and silkscreened on a smooth, heavy, black cardstock.
Saturday London's minimalist packaging for Mr Porter.
Steve Thompson's Crayola Force, Star Wars characters carved from crayons.
Jeff Rubio's clutch clip wins the 7th Annual Umbra x Pratt Design Competition.
Flora and Fauna preserved. Micro-ecosystems by Luzin hit the streets of Barcelona.
Oakley Wind Jacket with snap=in gaskets and a protective seal for traveling at high speeds.
The Hollis crib from Nursery Works made from non-toxic and recyclable lucite.
Intricate paperwork from white papers press (Sara Burgess).
Kiri Martin's Bergdorf, a piggy bank made of paper pulp to teach kids to save.
Coordination Asia's Shanghai Office n the former headquarters of the Shanghai Glass Company.
Minigarden, a contemporary, modular vertical gardening system.
Beautiful performances from Nosaj Thing are about the stunning visuals as much as the music.
How will you be spending this long weekend? Plan your next getaway with some inspiration from NotVentures. Why not discover a lake fully of jellyfish, secret surf spots or wine country?
City map illustrations by Owen Gatley for Ling Magazine.
Tower of Babble, a building block game project by Monica O.
Orokonui Ecosanctuary building in New Zealand by Architectural Ecology.
The newly opened Shanghai Museum of Glass.
New money silverware by Kallbrand (by Tomas Ekström) are metal version of iconic plastic cutlery.
Paper toy designs by Madeleine Rogers of Mibo Studio.
Foraging for fruit in the city! FruitCity by Vahakn Design Studio, a growing map and network of all the fruit trees in public spaces in London.
“Be a Pin Up!” from Lulu Guinness at Clerkenwell Design Week is like a giant pin art toy that lets the public create full body sized portraits using the 6,000 chromed capped aluminum pins.
Upside down strawberries! Love this display of Boskke Sky Planters in the House of Detention as part of Clerkenwell Design Week.
Jaguar’s C-X75 concept car on display at Clerkenwell Design Week. Jaguar will produce just 250 of the striking hybrid supercars in association with Williams F1.
The PL planter series from Collaboration, the partnership between French sculptor Marie Khouri and Québec landscape designer Dave Demers.
Beer Craft, a book that shows you everything you need to turn your stove into a small-batch, artisanal brewery by William Bostwick and Jessi Rymill.
Damilano Studio Architects' Gazoline Petrol Station in Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy.
A sumptuous roundup of delectable delights from Tasteologie and Liqurious including everything from icecream bombes to rhubarb cordials.
Hans-Peter Feldmann's exhibition at the Guggenheim consisting of $100,000 one-dollar bills.
Easter tins for Nestle Brazil designed by FutureBrand with playful illustration work by Cako Martin.
The Bräuler, a modular growler system to carry your beer.
City Walks with Kids, series from Chronicle books that helps your family explore.
Mini Speakers from Team Tokushima.
Frederick McSwain's portrait of Tobias Wong made with 13,138 dice (one for each day of his life).
Mina Ghaani's Industrial Design thesis project, Hyde Gum.
Airport, beautiful photo set of planes taking off and landing by Terence Chang (exxonvaldez).
Owls as ecological ambassadors.
Finnish kids design from PaaPiii (Anniina Isokangas).
Gingko Studio's recycled paper lampshades.
Angus Hyland and his team have designed seven new book covers for Penguin’s Vladimir Nabokov series. Covers each feature a different game, sport or visual illusion as the background pattern, and echos the content of the book.
8-bit sculptures, tablet games for cats, surfboards with engines, this week’s roundup from NOTCOT.org has it all.