Chilean architecture was popular on Dezeen this week, including a tiered residence with Pacific views (above) and an earthquake-proof house (below), plus here's our track of the week from Dezeen Music Project.
Die For Your Love by Glasgow artist Atomic League is a lush electronica track that builds up to a gentle crescendo of synthesisers and syncopated drums.
As the Venice Architecture Biennale drew to a close, we took a last look at the Chilean pavilion (below) and rounded up most popular exhibitions, pavilions and news stories to come out of the event.
Design education was high on the agenda, with incoming D&AD president Neville Brody calling plans to remove creative subjects from the UK curriculum “short-sighted insanity” and the author of a new book on the Ulm School of Design claiming that social responsibility has been forgotten by today's design schools.
Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs has been selecting his favourite extracts from Dezeen Book of Ideas each day this week, including a pewter stool cast in sand on the beach (above), a homemade toaster and an extension to the Eiffel Tower.
The headquarters of Velcro (above) covered in its famous hook-and-loop fasteners also caught the attention of our readers, though they reckon it's not a suitable environment for wearing woolly jumpers or being a sheep.