This week on Dezeen

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The most popular stories on Dezeen this week include hidden furniture, a home delivered by helicopter and pyramid-shaped beach huts.

Stair Rover by Po-Chih Lai at Show RCA 2012

We've been reporting from the Royal College of Art graduate show in London where projects include food containers made of earth from a nuclear disaster area, a skateboard that goes down stairs and a camera that's operated by blinking.

Iris by Mimi Zou at Show RCA 2012

A garden with 50-metre-high artificial trees and hothouses shaped like shells opened in Singapore, just as plans for a three-mile-long promenade on the other side of the city were unveiled.

Adidas withdraws shoes with shackles

Zaha Hadid became a dame when the Queen’s 2012 Birthday Honours list was announced, sportswear brand Adidas withdrew a pair of trainers with shackle-like ankle cuffs following complaints about the reference to slavery and an computer virus was discovered that apparently steals AutoCAD plans for new buildings and products and emails them to China.

Movie: Peroni Collaborazioni Talk with Formafantasma

We've also published a two-part movie interview with Italian design duo Formafantasma talking about their work with insects, flour and molten lava, plus a movie from Clerkenwell Design Week where Ross Lovegrove shows off his solar-powered, tree-like street lamp.

Movie: Ross Lovegrove on his Solar Tree at Clerkenwell Design Week

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