This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

This week on Dezeen we published an interview with industrial designer Marc Newson about his new camera for Pentax. You can also watch highlights from Fabio Novembre's talk about his work and inspirations plus changes in the Italian design scene on Dezeen Screen.

Our most popular and most controversial story this week featured Daniel Libeskind's family of curved towers in Singapore and readers were angered by a stark concrete church on the side of a sacred mountain in China that they claim copies ideas from all of their favourite architects

Japanese designers Nendo completed a menswear store that imitates an office while Norwegian architects Eriksen Skajaa created an office that imitates a monastery.

This week also marks the launch of our 2012 Dezeen Watch Store collection, which includes new models from Braun and Ziiiro. Check them out here.

We've been reporting from the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair this week and you can see all our stories about it here, including Thomas Bernstrand's park chairs that are joined together like shopping trolleys.

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