This week on Dezeen

This week on Dezeen

The Dezeen and MINI World Tour team landed in New York this week - check out our first movie report with designer Stephen Burks talking about how the city is evolving and watch out for more movies from our trip soon. Meanwhile here are the week's highlights in architecture and design plus track of the week from Dezeen Music Project.

This a deep house remix by UK DJ Debonair of an original track by Norwegian producer Finnebassen.

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Donald Judd's home and studio restoration by Architecture Research Office
Donald Judd's restored New York home and studio

We also showed photos of the New York home and studio of the late American artist Donald Judd, which will open to the public next month following a three-year restoration, and a tap by Philippe Starck that tricks you into thinking you're using more water than you actually are.

Zaha Hadid's Miami skyscraper revealed
Zaha Hadid's proposed Miami skyscraper

Zaha Hadid unveiled designs for a proposed 60-storey residential skyscraper in Miami and back in London the temporary seating stands were removed from her Aquatics Centre at the Olympic Park.

The Heart of Architecture by Giles Miller Studio
The Heart of Architecture by Giles Miller Studio at Clerkenwell Design Week

We've also been checking out Clerkenwell Design Week in London where Giles Miller installed a pixellated target under a monastic gateway and Vitamin presented lamps made of cable ties.

DHUB Museu del Disseny de Barcelona by MBM Arquitectes
Barcelona's new design museum by MBM Arquitectes

Barcelona was in the news, with anticipation over its new design museum and outrage over plans for a Dubai-style "space hotel".

House J by Keiko Maita Architect Office
House J by Keiko Maita Architect Office, with a roof spiralling round its central courtyard

Our most popular stories this week featured a Japanese house with a spiralling roof and a hotel and wedding chapel in Miyazaki by Kengo Kuma.

Garden Terrace Miyazaki by Kengo Kuma and Associates
Garden Terrace Miyazaki hotel and wedding chapel by Kengo Kuma and Associates

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