This week on Dezeen

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This week on Dezeen

This week on Dezeen our most popular story has been a series of illustrations featuring houses based on works by famous artists including Roy Lichtenstein, Damien Hirst and Marcel Duchamp. Read on for more architecture and design highlights from the past seven days plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.

Love Sensation is a smooth-but-funky dance track by London producer Just Ben.

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Steven Holl completes extension to Mackintosh's Glasgow School of Art
Steven Holl's extension to Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Glasgow School of Art

Two high-profile education projects to complete this week were Steven Holl's new building for the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland and a new Hollywood campus for arts school Emerson College by Thom Mayne's Los Angeles firm Morphosis.

Emerson College campus by Morphosis places curvy classrooms within a hollow frame
Emerson College campus by Morphosis

In transport-design news, the world's longest aircraft was unveiled as a cross between an airship, helicopter and plane. Meanwhile Apple teamed up with Ferrari, Volvo and Mercedes-Benz to unveil software for use in cars, and supermarket giant Walmart presented a carbon-fibre energy efficient truck.

World’s longest aircraft combines parts from airships, planes and helicopters
World’s longest aircraft combining parts from airships, planes and helicopters

Paris Fashion Week was also in the news, where Dutch designer Iris van Herpen suspended models in a vacuum between sheets of plastic.

Vacuum-packed models installed at Iris van Herpen's Paris Fashion Week show
Vacuum-packed models installed at Iris van Herpen's Paris Fashion Week show

We also rounded up the ten most amazing airport designs from the pages of Dezeen.

Terminal 3 at Shenzhen Bao'an, from our feature on amazing airports
Terminal 3 at Shenzhen Bao'an, from our feature on amazing airports

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