This week Steve Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple amid a flurry of praise for his contributions to the design world, although Dezeen readers slammed designs for the new Apple headquarters by Foster + Partners only last week.
Zaha Hadid released new images of her enormous retail complex for Beijing, Henning Larsen Architects completed the Harpa Concert and Conference Centre in Reykjavík and we rounded up all our stories about interiors that don't quite look finished.
Herzog & de Meuron finally launched a website, although it didn't go down too well on Twitter. www.zaha-hadid.com and www.rosslovegrove.com have also had recent makeovers - tell us what you think here.
Over on Dezeen Screen there's an animation of the two memorial fountains on the World Trade Centre site in New York, due to open next month.
Dezeen Wire: following the launch of Herzog & de Meuron's new website this week and ensuing discussion about the design of architects' sites, tell us what you think about the recent makeovers for www.zaha-hadid.com and www.rosslovegrove.com.
Dezeen Wire: following Steve Jobs' resignation as CEO of Apple yesterday, Jonathan Glancey summarises the company's influence on design for the Guardian, Cliff Kuang for Co.Design points to the hiring of British designer Jonathan Ive as Jobs' greatest moment and the Huffington Post poles readers on which Apple product best encapsulates "Jobs' design revolution."
Last week Dezeen featured Foster + Partners' design for the new Apple headquarters.
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