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Norman Foster cycling utopia above London railways

This week we started the year with news that Norman Foster has proposed a network of elevated cycle routes on top of London's railways. Read on for more architecture and design stories from the past seven days, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.

London dance duo Jungle produced this mellow, funky remix of Waste Of Time by Danish singer-songwriter .

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David Adjaye designs office campus for new 65-hectare development in Uganda
David Adjaye's office campus for a new 65-hectare development in Uganda

David Adjaye unveiled plans for an office campus as the centrepiece of a new 65-hectare urban development in Kampala and it emerged Santiago Calatrava will be sued by Valencia because masonry is falling off the opera house roof at his City of Arts and Sciences complex just eight years after completion.

Zaha Hadid's Jazz superyacht for German shipbuilders Blohm+Voss
Zaha Hadid's Jazz superyacht for German shipbuilders Blohm+Voss

We announced plans to show an augmented-reality model of the £300 million Jazz superyacht that Zaha Hadid is working on as part of our futuristic concept store opening at Selfridges department store on Monday, where OMA will also install a temporary auditorium with mirrored walls and an Op Art floor.

OMA's temporary auditorium at Selfridges with mirrored walls and an Op Art floor
OMA's temporary auditorium at Selfridges with mirrored walls and an Op Art floor

We finished off 2013 by rounding up the most important news and most popular stories from each month of the year and were pleased to see designers including Zeev Aram, Ilse Crawford and Antony Gormley recognised in the New Year Honours 2014.

Furniture that looks like line drawings by Jinil Park
Furniture that looks like line drawings by Jinil Park

The most popular projects we featured this week were a collection of wire furniture that looks like line drawings and a house with a translucent base to hide the owner's truck.

House Unimog that stores a truck within its translucent base by Fabian Evers Architecture and Wezel Architektur
House Unimog that stores a truck within its translucent base by Fabian Evers Architecture and Wezel Architektur

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