This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

This week a museum housing sixteenth century Tudor warship the Mary Rose opened, proposals for transforming New York's Penn station went head-to head and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
expansion
broke ground. Scroll on for more highlights and Dezeen Music Project track of the week.

Can't Win For Losin' is a funky hip hop track by UK producer Kid Circus and rapper Substantial.

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Schmidt Hammer Lassen breaks ground on former Shanghai Expo site
Schmidt Hammer Lassen breaks ground on former Shanghai Expo site

Meanwhile plans for a £1 billion Chinese business hub in London docklands to be designed by Farrells were unveiled, and construction started on a mixed-use development by Danish studio Schmidt Hammer Lassen on the former site of the 2010 Shanghai Expo.

Messe Basel New Hall by Herzog & de Meuron photographed by Hufton + Crow
Messe Basel New Hall by Herzog & de Meuron, photographed by Hufton + Crow

Designer Yves Behar launched a lock controlled by smartphone rather than keys, Zaha Hadid opened her design gallery to the public and a prosthetic hand designed for people with missing fingers was made available to download from the 3D-printing design database Thingiverse.

August Smart Lock by Yves Behar
August Smart Lock by Yves Behar

Our most popular stories featured photos of Herzog & de Meuron's Messe Basel New Hall and a blackened timber extension in the shadow of a church.

Shadow House by Jonathan Tuckey Design
Shadow House by Jonathan Tuckey Design

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