This week Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto (above) was announced as the designer of this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion and we rounded up his key past projects. Scroll on for more highlights from the week plus our favourite new track from Dezeen Music Project.
Byrds in Heaven by Human Machine is a tribute to the late trumpet player Donald Byrd, who passed away last week.
Herzog & de Meuron added three new halls to the Messe Basel exhibition centre in their own city (above) and OMA revealed designs for a department store in Kuwait City inspired by a traditional Arab market (below).
Our most popular story featured a row of stables in rural Portugal converted into a summer retreat (below).
Sou Fujimoto portrait is by David Vintiner.
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