This week has been all about wearable technology as we discovered shoes that could repair themselves and garments embedded with colour-changing ink (pictured) at the Wearable Futures event in London. Keep reading for more architecture and design news, as well as our Dezeen Music Project featured track.
We used this synthesizer-based electronica track by UK artist Zequals as the soundtrack for this week's movie about Herzog & de Meuron's new Pérez Art Museum in Miami.
Clothes with pop-out solar panels for charging mobile phones and headgear designed to thwart mind-reading surveillance cameras were also presented at the two-day conference.
We returned from the final leg of our Dezeen and MINI World Tour in Miami, the city where Porsche Design has proposed a tower that will include car lifts to give billionaires drive-in apartments and our editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs conducted an awkward interview with designer Simon Heijdens.
During our trip we filmed an exclusive interview with Jacques Herzog about the Pérez Art Museum by his firm Herzog & de Meuron, which also revealed designs for an east London skyscraper this week.
In other news, John Pawson became the latest designer of a holiday home for Alain de Botton's Living Architecture project and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill revealed designs for a wind-harnessing skyscraper in Jakarta.
Our top stories were a movie showing a Second World War bunker cut in half to turn it into a visitor attraction and a minimal nativity set created from simple wooden blocks.