Both wearable technology and 3D printing have been hitting the headlines this week. Our Dezeen Music Project track of the week, plus more architecture and design news from the past seven days follows.
3D-printed human cells that could replace the need for animal testing of new drugs and printed prosthetic facial features for accident victims were presented at the 3D Printshow in London, which concludes tomorrow.
An activity monitor that looks like luxury jewellery was launched in the UK, while a "DIY Cyborg" took wearable technology to an extreme by having a body-monitoring device implanted in his arm.
Thomas Heatherwick revealed new images of his Garden Bridge, a green pedestrian crossing planned to span London's River Thames, while a bridge made from sinuous strips won a competition to be built in China.
We published running shoes with rubber loops on the soles that recently won a Swiss design prize and a pair of trainers that have a pop-up shelter tucked behind their heels.
Rural homes including a house with a mirrored entrance set in Ontario woodland and a remote cottage in Scotland were our most popular architecture stories.