We've been soaking up the sun at Design Miami this week, where a previously unbuilt house by Charlotte Perriand (pictured) and 3D-printed wearable sculptures are among the projects on display. Read on for more of the week's top architecture and design news.
A pile of sand appears to support a roof at the entrance to this year's Design Miami exhibition and a stone sculpture based on data-protection patterns by Juergen Mayer H. is on show at nearby Art Basel Miami Beach.
Foster's firm also revealed images of the finance centre designed in collaboration with Thomas Heatherwick, which is currently under construction in Shanghai.
A British architect claimed to have designed and installed the first industry-approved 3D-printed components, while an American design studio went a step further and declared they had "4D printed" items of clothing and jewellery.
A house photographed to look like the aftermath of a party in Lyon and a eco-friendly home raised off the ground in the Netherlands have been our most popular posts this week.