This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

Our biggest story this week is Apple's new headquarters by Foster + Partners (above, top left) which sparked some hilarious comments and tweets

For those still reeling from last week's riots in the UK, and our more generally security-conscious readers, we've compiled all our stories about homes that resemble bunkers and fortresses.

On a lighter note Paul Cocksedge has melted some vinyl records to make analogue speakersCoop Himmelb(l)au present a church that looks like a cream cake and Dezeen readers are charmed by a secret passageway that's concealed by a mirror.

Meanwhile Will Alsop has named his new London practice having announced his departure from RMJM last week, and the critics are warming up for next month's opening of the Ground Zero 9/11 memorial.

On Dezeen Screen we've got an interview with Japanese architect Junya Ishigami about his almost invisible installation at the Barbican. You can also watch the last installment in our series on garden design and a new series of interviews with designers from Tales of the Hunt.

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