Back to printing again this week on Dezeen, as an inkjet printer that eats its way down a stack of paper (pictured) was revealed and the world's first architectural structure using standard 3D printers was completed. Click through for more highlights and our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
In the news, London's largest living wall containing over 10,000 plants was designed to combat flooding in the British capital and a residential development by Richard Rogers in the city's Mayfair area was granted approval.
Looking ahead to major sporting events in Brazil, we published a renovated stadium in Belo Horizonte for the FIFA World Cup 2014 and the revamped shooting centre to be used during the Rio de Janiero 2016 Olympic Games.
We featured two moving buildings: a house with a roof that lifts up like a lid and a structure the folds out to provide seating for an outdoor theatre.
Our most popular posts were a pair of Australian houses by Wolveridge Architects - one with all its fenestration behind louvred shutters and another that has small windows scattered across the facade.
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