This week has been all about wearable technology as we discovered shoes that could repair themselves and garments embedded with colour-changing ink (pictured) at the Wearable Futures event in London. Keep reading for more architecture and design news, as well as our Dezeen Music Project featured track. More
Design Miami 2013: artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz used twelve of his former flames as the inspiration for these 3D-printed shoes, presented at a pop-up shop that opened to coincide with Design Miami. More
Danish architects COBE and Transform have completed an aluminium-clad museum of maritime history in Norway with a zigzagging profile modelled on the shapes of local wooden buildings (+ slideshow). More
News: Jony Ive is now more important to Apple than Steve Jobs was when he died and the company "would be in trouble if he left", according to the author of a new biography of the computer giant's chief designer (+ interview). More
This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is a position for a designer/project leader with the studio of Canadian designer Omer Arbel, whose 14 Series lights for Bocci are pictured. Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
Japanese architect Tomohiro Hata planned this suburban house in Hyogo Prefecture as a cluster of three buildings around a courtyard, based on the traditional city residences of farmers, artisans and merchants. More
Dutch architect and MVRDV co-founder Winy Maas is the letter M in our daily A-Zdvent calendar. The firm's projects include the Balancing Barn (pictured), a house with a 15-metre cantilever, and a shop and office complex disguised as an old farmhouse, but which actually features walls made from glass.