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Almost every building in Washington DC is iconic and recognisable in its own way. But no structure in the city, or the country, serves as a more iconic symbol of America than the US Capitol building, with its soaring dome and imposing structure... one that's now slightly less imposing as LEGO's newest Architecture set.

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Video: Can you imagine if buildings in a city could grow and bend on a whim as if they were living, breathing organisms? This short film, Spatial Bodies by AUJIK, plays with that concept, transforming the cityscape of Osaka into a totally trippy world where the laws of physics and gravity don't really exist and buildings can take any shape.

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In 2012, Frank Gehry and Mark Zuckerberg posed for a series of photos that sealed their intertwined fates: Gehry, arguably the world's most famous architect, would design a new campus for Zuckerberg, arguably the world's most powerful not-lizard person. Surely with all this money and talent coalescing like a hunk of molten aluminium, Facebook's new HQ would garner universal "Likes". Instead it's more "Sad" than "Wow".

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Each year, the opening of the Serpentine Pavilion heralds the beginning of summer in the UK with a temporary structure installed in a London garden. This year, the pavilion was designed by Bjarke Ingels, the Danish superstar architect who was recently brought onboard to design Hyperloop One stations. Depending on where you stand, it's either a very convincing take on a contemporary Minecraft cathedral, or a fancy modern house for Q*bert.

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A building boom of supertalls skyscrapers in New York City is resulting in some of the highest residential units in the world — we're talking apartments that are at a dizzying 90 stories and higher. So where does that leave the people who live in the former-tallest residential buildings? Don't worry, they're just fine in their 80th floor apartments — because the view there is supposedly better.