Thomas Heatherwick's design for the Olympic Cauldron stole the show at the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony on Friday night. Here's a round-up of all our stories about Heatherwick; highlights include our video interviews with him about the cauldron, about his "hairy" UK pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010; and the new London double-decker bus.
This modular container by architects Nilsson Pflugfelder of London and Berlin can be reconfigured to create a workspace, artist's residence, archive or meeting area as required by its host, the FLACC Workplace for Visual Artists in Genk, Belgium. More
Just in case you haven't seen enough design for the London 2012 Olympic games yet, we've made a new Pinterest board featuring all the London 2012 Olympic design and architecture images from the pages of Dezeen. Over 21,000 people now follow us on Pinterest – join them here.
Dezeen Wire: the trail of Brooklyn designer Takeshi Miyakawa, who was arrested for "planting false bombs" while assembling an outdoor lighting installation in New York, has been adjourned. More
Five years ago designers were injecting an element of fun into their projects: Nendo created a climbing wall of picture frames (above) at a fitness club, while architects BIG designed a winter resort hotel where guests could ski down the roof (below). More