This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

This week on Dezeen the focus has been back on 3D printing, with a prototype of the world's first printed room (pictured), laser-sintered accessories to fit any body shape and a custom cast for fractured bones. Read on for a roundup of the week in architecture and design plus Dezeen Music Project track of the week.

Vulpix is a concise, catchy and stripped-back indie pop song by UK band King No One.

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Living Food by Minsu Kim
Living Food by Minsu Kim at Show RCA

It's been a weird week for food design, with biologically engineered meals that wriggle around on the plate and snacks with edible packaging at a cafe by Mathieu Lehanneur in Paris.

Frank Gehry reveals latest design for trio of towers in Toronto
Frank Gehry's latest design for a trio of towers in Toronto

Frank Gehry's had a busy week, revealing his updated design for a cluster of three towers in his home city of Toronto and gaining approval for his memorial to President Dwight D. Eisenhower in Washington D.C. after years of debate over its design.

Google Street View captures inside the world's tallest skyscraper
The view from the Burj Khalifa on Google Street View

Google Street View added its first interior of a skyscraper with the world's tallest tower, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, and we also showed a student proposal for a pollution-harvesting skyscraper in London.

Mercato at Three on the Bund by Neri&Hu
Mercato at Three on the Bund in Shanghai by Neri&Hu

Our most popular stories included a restaurant in a stripped-back Shanghai factory by Neri&Hu and a corroding tin shed in Sydney repurposed as a small office and studio apartment.

Tinshed by Raffaello Rosselli
Tinshed by Raffaello Rosselli

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