This week London's Design Museum revealed its Design of the Year 2014 nominations, which includes Zaha Hadid's undulating cultural centre in Baku (pictured) and Dave Hakkens' modular mobile phone concept. More architecture and design news follows.
Other projects nominated for the annual awards include the cast-iron facade for Paul Smith's Albemarle Street store and an ultra light wooden table you can hold above your head.
High-profile architects that revealed proposals included Norman Foster, set to design a Maggie's cancer support centre in Manchester, and Terry Farrell, whose firm is masterplanning two major commercial sites in Shenzhen.
The door received a drastic redesign, as Klemens Torggler created a folding and pivoting system so it opens by collapsing and rolling to one side.
Our coverage of Stockholm Design Week continued with an interactive slideshow of new products by One Nordic Furniture Company and a dedicated Pinterest board for the event.
Popular architecture stories over the past seven days were an extension to a London residence modelled on a beach house and a fantasy home on stilts in the Scottish Highlands.
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