This week we featured projects at Selfridges' Festival of Imagination, where Dezeen has created an augmented-reality shop and Dominic Wilcox has installed absurd inventions like a tea cup with a cooling fan (pictured) in one of the department store's windows. More architecture and design news follows, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
Phantoms by east London musician K H U S H I is a slow-burning, wistful pop song packed with lush vocal harmonies and delicate keyboard lines.
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We created a pop-up shop of the future at Selfridges in London, where customers can try on watches from our online boutique and check out a full-sized version of a Zaha Hadid-designed superyacht using augmented reality technology.
Talks and events at the festival are taking place in a basement auditorium designed by OMA, which features vivid green columns and a stripy monochrome floor.
In architecture news Le Corbusier's Notre Dame du Haut Chapel in Ronchamp was ransacked by vandals, provoking a call for urgent security measures to prevent further damage.
Russian socialite and gallerist Dasha Zukhova sparked a racism row after a photograph surfaced of her sitting on a chair in the form of an inverted semi-naked black woman.
On a lighter note, Julien de Smedt designed a museum to feature in a popular Danish television series and Bradford Shellhammer announced that he is starting a rock band with Tom Dixon.
In keeping with the season we published a couple of winter retreats: a wooden Alpine chalet modelled on local agricultural barns and a forest cabin in Hungary that was constructed in just two days.
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