This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

This week Richard Meier & Partners unveiled designs for a 34-storey tower in Mexico City, SOM won a competition to design a skyscraper for China with proposals that incorporate a 30-storey-high opening window and the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat in Chicago released a report that revealed a record number of skyscrapers were completed in 2011.

Meanwhile Neri&Hu delighted readers with their latest house in Singapore and our most popular story showed visuals of a triangular house to be constructed on a rocky harbourside plot in Sweden. imm cologne is well underway in Germany and you can see all our stories about it here, including a lamp covered in alpaca hair, stools formed by magnets and a chest of drawers that's very difficult to close.

David Chipperfield revealed the title for this year's Venice Architecture Biennale, Yves Behar launched a new brand of medical products and publishing and events company Media 10 bought trade show 100% Design from Reed Exhibitions.

Over on Dezeen Screen you can watch interviews with some of the designers we're taking to Interiors UK, including Shan Valla, Johan Lidehäll of Bookman, David Ericsson of VOID and Carl Clerkin of All Lovely Stuff.

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