A smog-removal machine and a modular phone concept (pictured) are among the highlights from Dutch Design Week, which we've been covering for the past seven days. More from Eindhoven, plus this week's architecture and design news and our Dezeen Music Project featured track follow.
We used this jazzy hip hop track by Eindhoven-based producer Y'Skid as the soundtrack for this week's Dezeen and MINI World Tour movie with Miriam van der Lubbe.
Also from Dutch Design Week, we featured an installation of hundreds of wireless LED crystals that light up when placed on the floor and shoe samples turned inside-out to create new footwear. Dezeen editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs lauded Eindhoven's innovative attitude in his Opinion column.
As the penultimate stop on our Dezeen and MINI World Tour, we filmed a tour around Eindhoven with Dutch Design Week co-founder Miriam van der Lubbe - keep an eye out for more movies from the city.
Elsewhere, 3D-printing hit the headlines as police in Manchester thought they had found printed gun parts, only to doubt their claims just hours later after our readers pointed out that the seized items looked like spare Makerbot components.
Norman Foster revealed that Steve Jobs called up "out the blue" to ask him to design the Apple Campus 2 and the British architect was appointed to collaborate with Frank Gehry on the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station.
Our readers' favourite story was an interview we conducted with rendering guru Peter Guthrie, who told us that visualisations are changing the way people perceive architecture.
Peter Bennetts' photographs of an unfinished concrete hotel in the South Pacific were also popular this week.