This week on Dezeen
A couple of large-scale projects reached completion in China this week, including OMA's Shenzhen Stock Exchange and MAD's horseshoe-shaped hotel in Huzhou (pictured). Scroll on for more architecture and design news, as well as our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
Never Never is a stripped-back pop song by east London musician K H U S H I.
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Shenzhen's stock exchange building by OMA is finally completed but our readers think it's "nothing short of a grey box".
In other news, Japanese architects including Toyo Ito, Sou Fujimoto and Kengo Kuma are to protest against the scale of Zaha Hadid's Tokyo stadium, which is set to be the main venue for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games.
Jonathan Ive and Marc Newson released designs of their one-off products to be auctioned for Bono's charity (RED), including a blade-like aluminium desk and a Leica camera.
We've featured a couple of projects that topped their categories at last week's World Architecture Festival and Inside Awards in Singapore, such as a theatre clad in ornate wooden screens and a hotel surrounded by contoured surfaces based on rock formations. We also published our first Dezeen and MINI World Tour movie from the city.
Finally, popular buildings were a holiday home on the edge of a gorge in Sweden and a house covered in bronze leaves.
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