Zaha Hadid, Peter Zumthor and Frank Gehry all went back to the drawing board this week, each announcing revised proposals for high-profile projects. Read on for more architecture and design highlights, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
Night Away is a thumping house track by Manchester-based producer Tom Bewley.
Hadid confirmed her studio was adapting the design for its Tokyo 2020 Olympic stadium, then released new renders showing the alterations made following a budget cut.
Peter Zumthor drastically modified his plans to overhaul the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Frank Gehry unveiled yet another iteration for his proposed skyscraper complex in Toronto.
In London, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners put the finishing touches to a new wing at the British Museum while an immersive exhibition demonstrating creative uses of computer coding opened at the Barbican Centre.
A maze by Bjarke Ingels' practice BIG was installed at the National Building Museum in Washington DC, and the architect talked to us about three of his studio's current projects in the first movie from a set we filmed in Venice.
We also published a series of exclusive video interviews with Alberto Alessi, who describes classic Alessi products including Richard Sapper's whistling kettle and Philippe Starck's controversial lemon squeezer.
During Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week, Giambattista Valli showed gowns with gradated ruffled skirts and Dior presented its garments against a backdrop of white orchids.
As the FIFA World Cup draws to a close, we featured the typeface worn on the Dutch football kit by graphic design legend Wim Crouwel.
Finally, our most popular architecture stories included an L-shaped house clad in materials salvaged from an old barn and a concrete visitor centre poised on the edge of an Alpine gorge.