This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

Additive manufacturing got weird this week, with a pavilion-printing robot that behaves like a silk worm and some 3D-printing spider robots using microwaves, solar energy and lunar dust to build on the moon. Read on for our Dezeen Music Project track of the week and other highlights.

This is a dark, brooding remix of a track by Japanese artist Yu-Chi, which we featured on Dezeen Music Project in August last year.

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Good Vibrations by Ferruccio Laviani for Fratelli Boffi

A carved wooden cabinet that looks like a glitchy photo (above) was our most popular story, followed by a New York apartment with a four-storey slide (below).

Skyhouse by David Hotson and Ghislaine Viñas

Other weird things included an invisible building (below) and a car with no windscreen.

Cairns Botanic Gardens Visitors Centre by Charles Wright Architects

Zaha Hadid was busy, unveiling a cultural complex in China (below), five boutique interiors and a series of marble tables.

Changsha Meixihu International Culture and Art Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects

Finally, Ben van Berkel of UNStudio was in London to unveil designs for a 30-storey residential tower in the city and told Dezeen about his plans to create the first open-source architecture studio and the "devastatingly difficult" situation for architects in the Netherlands.

Canaletto by UNStudio

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