This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

Zaha Hadid purchased London's Design Museum building this week, as her cultural centre in Azerbaijan nears completion. Scroll on for more architecture and design highlights from the past seven days, plus our track of the week from Dezeen Music Project.

The Introduction Of Strong Magic is a new experimental track by Australian musician Arms Were Youth.

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This week on Dezeen
Crofthouse by James Stockwell

Australian houses cropped up a few times on Dezeen this week, including a sand dune-shaped abode, a beach house extension raised up on stilts and a periscope-shaped addition linking two terraced homes.

Beach House Mornington by Clare Cousins

A couple of fashion exhibitions are taking place this summer, and we wrote about Li Edelkoort's fetish-themed biennale in Arnhem and a showcase of garments influenced by 1980s club wear at London's V&A museum.

Fetishism in Fashion at MoBA 2013

We interviewed United Nude founder Rem D Koolhaas, who told us about his radical Möbius shoe and footwear he's designed with Iris van Herpen and Zaha Hadid.

Möbius shoe by Rem D Koolhaas for United Nude

In other news, the world's largest building opened in China and 3D printers hit the UK high street.

World's largest building opens in China

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