Our most controversial story this week announced writer Alain de Botton's plans to erect temples for atheists across the UK - read the story and join the debate here. It also emerged that Disney were selling a T-shirt inspired by the 1979 album cover of Unknown Pleasures by Joy Division, but don't rush to order one as they've all sold. We also showed a robe made of golden silk harvested from over a million wild spiders and a tower built by flying robots. More
Following their Eurovision Song Contest win last summer, Azerbaijan rushed to commission German firm GMP Architekten to design a new stadium that will be complete in time to host this year’s competition. More
This 60 metre-long metal bridge is a route for heating and power pipes, rather than people. More
Dezen Wire: London art and design college Central Saint Martins has appointed Jeremy Till as head of college. Till will leave his role as dean of the school of architecture at the University of Westminster to take up his new position, which includes joining the executive board of the University of the Arts London.
Dezeen Wire: William Knight has been appointed as event director of trade show 100% Design by its new owners Media 10, who bought the show from Reed Exhibitions last week as reported in Dezeen Wire. More
The display system at this Japanese souvenir shop in Paris is just key rings hung on screws in the walls. More