Dezeen Agenda features the UK's youngest listed building

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The Sphinx Hill House in Oxfordshire became the youngest listed building in the UK this week.

Completed by British architecture studio John Outram Associates in 1999, the home was informed by ancient Egyptian culture. Its eclectic facade features a symmetrical design, consisting of three colorful volumes topped with barrel-vaulted roofs.

The Dalston Pavilion by LSA
London School of Architecture creates A-frame pavilion as a “platform for local outreach”

This week’s newsletter also featured the timber Dalston Pavilion created as part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture, an exclusive interview with Queer Eye star Bobby Berk and Nike and Hyperice’s reveal of heated foot-massaging shoes.

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