This week on Dezeen has been all about twisted buildings, as BIG released designs for twisting skyscrapers in Miami (below) and a spiralling observation tower shaped like a honey-dipper for Phoenix (above) plus here's our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
Mosquito Maps is a catchy, upbeat track by American designer and musician Glen Lib, which we used for the soundtrack of this week's movie with Philippe Malouin at Dezeen Live.
In preparation for the end of the world yesterday we published a collection of apocalypse apparel (below) and a survival kit containing practical items such as matches and water as well as chocolate and hard liqueur.
In boating news, a yacht built for Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs was impounded in Amsterdam following a dispute over an unpaid bill to French designer Philippe Starck and two architecture graduates presented a concept to turn sunken cruise ship the Costa Concordia into a watery memorial garden (above).
Our most popular stories of the week featured sex toys inspired by stereotypical female fantasies (above, left to right: the Fireman, the Millionaire, the Frenchman and the Tennis Coach) and a Paris apartment full of admirals (below).