This week on Dezeen
This week the UK’s architecture watchdog was forced to apologise for saying that Renzo Piano and Daniel Libeskind are "not entitled to be described" as architects, while designer Andy Martin angered a number of Dezeen readers by unveiling a concept bike that many thought "goes against structural logic" (above).
The debate surrounding the UK government's plans to prevent curved or glass walls on new schools continued, as Aberrant Architecture urged the Department of Education to look to the standardised schools of Brazil (above) for an example of low-cost and high-quality learning environments.
It's been a good week for obscure fashion, as we've featured a brooch covered in nipples (above), body jewellery inspired by wooden baskets and a pair of high-heeled shoes that have to be worn back-to-front (below).
Meanwhile, Farshid Moussavi completed a six-sided museum covered in mirrors and our most popular story of the week featured a Swiss house that some readers thought looked more like a empty museum than a home (below).
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