This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

This week Japanese firm SANAA became the latest famous architects to complete a building at the Vitra Campus. Read on for more highlights from the week and Dezeen Music Project track of the week.

Fracture is a richly textured techno track taken from the Movements EP by British electronic producer Max Cooper and software developer Nicolas Bougaïeff.

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Norman Foster only architect on Britain's rich list

Zaha Hadid was crowned Veuve Clicquot businesswoman of the year, but Norman Foster was the only architect to make this year's Rich List.

CMYK bulb by Dennis Parren

Our coverage of design from Milan took a colourful turn with Dennis Parren's light bulb that throws coloured shadows and Carnovsky's wallpaper that reveals different scenes under different colours of light.

RGB Fabulous Landscapes by Carnovsky

MVRDV won a competition to masterplan a new business district in Shanghai and Broadway Malyan was chosen to masterplan a new 196-hectare residential and commercial district south of Kuala Lumpur (below).

Broadway Malyan to masterplan new district for Kuala Lumpur

In the UK, government ministers decided to scrap the draft design and technology syllabus for secondary schools and a bill to extend copyright protection on industrial design became law.

"It's the first pair of glasses that is one component"

Copying was also the topic of one Dezeen and MINI World Tour report from Milan, with leading designers and manufacturers discussing the phenomenon of copying and how they are responding. In the other, Ron Arad talks to us about his 3D-printed glasses (above).

Crescent House by Andrew Burns

Our most popular stories featured a charred-timber pavilion in Sydney and the AIA's top ten green projects.

AIA names top ten green projects of 2013

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