We published a series of plant-covered buildings this week, including a living facade on a five-storey Parisian block. Keep reading for more highlights and this week's Dezeen Music Project featured track.
A Japanese office with tomato vines suspended over conference tables and the world's largest living wall on Jean Nouvel's Sydney tower are the other verdant projects we featured.
We began our coverage of the London Design Festival, which officially starts tomorrow, with an Escher-style installation of staircases outside Tate Modern and a giant chandelier of colourful glass balls at the V&A museum - check out our map of all the best events here.
In the news, Zaha Hadid's national stadium looks likely to become an Olympic venue following Tokyo's successful 2020 bid and David Chipperfield Architects is set to build the world's largest free-standing museum dedicated to photography in Morocco.
Public space on the back of bikes came up twice, in the form of a town square that packs into a miniature clock tower and tiny mobile parks covered in grass.
Finally, the cast iron facade of Paul Smith's Albemarle Street store was our most popular post.