This week Chilean architect Smiljan Radic was revealed as the designer of this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion (pictured). Read on for more architecture and design news from the past seven days, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
October is a smooth, chilled-out electronic track by UK producer Jo Noon.
Rem Koolhaas released more details about the Venice Architecture Biennale he is curating this year and Ikea launched a collection of products aimed at urban dwellers with tight space restrictions.
A woman was attacked in a San Francisco bar for wearing a Google Glass headset, while wearable technology designer Gadi Amit told Dezeen that future devices need to respond to our emotional needs.
Sou Fujimoto unveiled plans for a pine cone-shaped tower with huge balconies in Montpellier and we posted MVRDV's mirrored bowl extension for a Rotterdam museum.
The winning design of a memorial to commemorate the 2011 terrorist attacks in Norway was announced as a proposal to sever a strip of headland from the coastline near Oslo.
A cork-clad house in Portugal with a shallow indoor pool and cube-shaped home in Japan with small square windows dotted around its facades were both popular architecture stories this week.