This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

This week the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas included a car that drives itself, a vibrating fork that warns dieters when it's time to stop eating (above) and the unveiling of the Pebble smartwatch. Scroll on for more highlights from Dezeen plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.

I Could See You As A Mayan is a gentle, lo-fi instrumental, which American musician Brian Lewis Smith has made available exclusively to Dezeen Music Project.

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An animation featuring an A-Z of famous architects (above) was very popular with readers.

Zumthor lets his holiday home to guests

Rumours that Rem Koolhaas will be director of the next Venice Architecture Biennale in 2014 were officially confirmed and Peter Zumthor made the news by renting out his holiday home (above).

Barnbrook designs David Bowie album and single covers

The cover of David Bowie's first album for ten years was revealed to feature a defaced version of one of his classics (above) and we showed images of the costumes, set designs, photographs and instruments from his personal archive that will be on show at the V&A museum from March.

Maison D by Emmanuelle Weiss

Finally a dark brick extension to a red brick house outside Lille (above) and a concrete house in Japan that readers likened to a crematorium were our most popular stories.

House of Silence by FORM/ Kouichi Kimura Architects

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