Synthetic biology projects made it a weird week on Dezeen, as we featured new creatures that could save existing species and floors embedded with bacteria that could clean feet. Click through for more top content from the past seven days plus our Dezeen Music Project featured track.
This haunting electronica track by UK producer Max Cooper and classical composer Tom Hodge features electronic percussion created from chopped-up samples of the sound of the crowd at a football match.
This week Daisy Ginsburg proposed introducing synthetic living creatures into the wild to save endangered species and clean up pollution.
Tashia Tucker predicted that floors embedded with synthetic bacteria could eat dirt and clean your feet in the buildings of the future.
We also wrote about a proposal to use animal cells for printing new types of organs, which could be implanted into humans to prevent heart attacks or strokes.
In other bizarre news, Lady Gaga was strapped into the world's "first flying dress" and projected across a room at her album launch party.
Our most popular story featured underwear designed to stop farts from smelling.
We published a manipulated photo showing Foster + Partners' Gherkin skyscraper as a flaccid phallus that was used by a UK pharmacy chain to advertise erectile dysfunction treatment.
Finally we got round to posting some architecture, including a curving residential tower in Singapore by UNStudio and plain white apartments fitted with wooden furniture pieces.