This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

3D printing dominated Dezeen again this week with the news that Foster + Partners is exploring the possibilities of 3D printing buildings on the moon using lunar soil. Scroll on for more highlights of the week in architecture and design plus track of the week from Dezeen Music Project.

This track by British producer Zwolf is a dark, glitchy remix of a song called Eat Me by French singer Atlas.

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Guggenheim Extension Story by Oiio Architecture Office

A fantasy extension to Frank's Lloyd Wright's famous Guggenheim Museum in New York (above) was equally unbelievable to our readers.

Water Discus underwater hotel by Deep Ocean Technology

We also reported on the masterplan for Kenya's new "silicon" city and the world's largest underwater hotel, planned for Dubai (above).

The Shard by Renzo Piano photographed by Nick Guttridge

Meanwhile, The View from The Shard tourist attraction opened at the top of Renzo Piano's 310-metre London skyscraper and the shortlist was announced for the Mies van der Rohe Award, the most prestigious accolade in European architecture.

Optical Glass House by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP

Finally, our most popular stories featured a Japanese house with a facade of glass bricks (above) and minimal logos for internet companies (below).

Made in Japan by Antrepo

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