This week Peter Zumthor rejected architecture as form-making during his RIBA Royal Gold Medal lecture and revealed designs for glass condiment containers for Alessi. Also, scroll on for our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
Contrast is a thumping house track by French producer Junior Size, part of the La Première EP by new electronic record label Atelier du Sample.
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The UK government axed plans that would have seen creative education removed from the school curriculum and OMA won a competition to design their second skyscraper for Shenzhen (above).
In other news, the world's first mobile research centre opened in Antarctica (above) and Dyson launched a combined tap and hand dryer.
We've been reporting on Stockholm Design Week, which concludes on Sunday, with highlights including an installation of glass objects and robotic arms (above) and blown-glass sculptures that look like trees.
Japanese designers Nendo created a mountain range from laser-cut foamboard (above) at Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, where they were Guest of Honour, and unveiled an installation of 30 modular lamps elsewhere in the Swedish capital.
Concrete architecture has been popular this week, with a sunken Brazilian house built from breeze blocks (above) and a school accented by primary colours (below) both impressed our readers.