1. Domus explores LIKE Architects' design for the Andy Warhol Temporary Museum, which was constructed inside a shopping mall in Lisbon, Portugal.
2. Condé Nast Traveler rounds up a selection of luxurious overwater bungalows at exotic hotel locations.
3. Nowness presents a video tour of entrepreneur Jean Pigozzi’s Cap d’Antibes, France, home, complete with a tennis court, a lap pool, and a life-size sculpture of Aretha Franklin.
4. The New Republic reports on the massive energy levels consumed by Manhattan's Bank of America Tower despite the building's LEED Platinum rating.
5. Selectism previews Brazilian designer Humberto Damata’s Cloud seating collection, featuring whimsical, brightly colored woven chairs and benches.
6. PopSugar Home surveys 11 coffee-table books that capture the spirit of summer.
8. Curbed visits a 1,000-year-old church in Germany that was given a minimalist renovation by architect John Pawson.
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