This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

This week Zaha Hadid opened the new cave-like London showroom she's designed for bathroom brand Roca and Ai Weiwei was dubbed art's most powerful figure.

This is the last week of Dezeen Space so your last chance to visit is this weekend! If you can't be there in person, you can still check out our story on Dominic Wilcox's Moments in Time sculptures here, watch an interview with him here, visit the online Dezeen Watch Store and pick up your copy of the new Dezeen Book of Ideas for just £12 here. You can also see all the exhibitors from our micro-exhibition Dezeen Platform here and watch interviews with them on Dezeen Screen.

Meanwhile, MVRDV have opened an exhibition of building blocks in Taipei, guerilla lighting designers Luzinterruptus stuck 400 illuminated silicone nipples all over statues outside the Public Art Museum in Madrid, Copenhagen studio Bystrup won a competition to redesign electricity pylons for the UK and our most popular story featured construction photos of Herzog & de Meuron's Elbphilharmonie concert hall for Hamburg.

Over on Dezeen Screen we've got more movie interviews with Rem Koolhaas and you can win a copy of the Dezeen Book of Ideas in our latest giveaway.

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