This week on Dezeen

This week on Dezeen

This week we published a beautifully remodelled church by minimalist John Pawson, only to have our wrists slapped for calling him an architect. More picks from the week in architecture and design follow, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.

Atlantique is a lazy, hazy summer dance track by French producer Aimedeuxhaine.

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Jade Signature by Herzog & de Meuron

Meanwhile Herzog & de Meuron unveiled more images of their skyscraper for Miami, which our readers have found distinctly underwhelming, the world's second-tallest building topped out in Shanghai and work stopped on China's bid for the tallest building in the world just days after the groundbreaking ceremony, amid safety fears.

Natural Selection by Liz Ciokajlo

We featured shoes made of coconut husks and flax and a range of shoes that users can 3D-print overnight.

Cubify launches free-to-download shoes you can

We also reported on the arrival of 3D-printing services at a major US retailer, the first 3D-printer to be used in space and 3D-printed drones that can cooperate and link-up to form a larger flying robot.

Nimbus photography series by Berndnaut Smilde

An "electrical storm" inside Sou Fujimoto's cloud-like Serpentine Gallery Pavilion was followed by a fluffy white cloud in a beaux-arts style room in San Francisco.

Chelsea Town House by Moxon Architects

Two of our most popular stories this week featured a contemporary glazed extension for a London town house and hyper-realistic computer renderings showing a forthcoming concrete and glass house in the south of England.

Staithe End by Henry Goss Architects

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