We've been taking a look at robots in construction this week, with a machine for 3D-printing metal structures in mid-air and robotic termites that can build architectural structures (pictured). Read on for more of this week's architecture and design news, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
The Dreamer is a thumping techno track by French producer Junior Size.
We reported that a hydroponic farm is being constructed in a network of tunnels under south London, while Zaha Hadid Architects and other studios came up with designs for water fountains above ground around the city.
Our stories from London Fashion Week included 3D-printed elements incorporated into Pringle of Scotland's knitwear, plus collections by Central Saint Martins graduates that featured giant satin flowers and dresses that look like pot scourers.
Finally, we featured a couple of black houses such as a home in the Yucca Valley desert designed to look "like a shadow" and a residence with a periscope-shaped extension.