This week on Dezeen
Just when we thought things couldn't get much weirder than last week, we featured human cheese, humans giving birth to dolphins and bees that can sniff out cancer this week. Read on for more architecture and design news from the past seven days, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
Shake by UK artist Blak Nite is a dark electronica track dominated by its deep, rumbling bass.
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In architecture news, Zaha Hadid unveiled designs for her Qatar 2022 World Cup stadium and we published Hélène Binet's photos of the architect's recently completed Heydar Aliyev Centre in Baku.
Rem Koolhaas showed us around his studio OMA's colossal "vertical city" in Rotterdam and BIG won a competition to design the Museum of the Human Body in Montpellier.
Kanye West continued ranting about architecture and announced to Harvard students that "the world can be saved through design."
The new MINI was launched in London and we spoke to the head of design at the car brands' parent company BMW about the latest update of the iconic model.
Dezeen was awarded Digital Service of the Year at the IBP awards and our editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs was named on the Hospital Club 100 list of most influential creatives in the UK, taking our tally to three awards in the last two weeks.
Popular houses this week included a concrete Japanese home with an indoor courtyard and a tiny house in Brisbane with a sheltered deck that separates the living spaces.
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