This week a team of London-based designers unveiled a 3D-printing pen that allows users to create solid doodles in the air (pictured) and preservationists proposed a system to safeguard Mies van der Rohe's Farnsworth House from flood damage. Read on for more of the week's top architecture and design news, plus our Dezeen Music Project featured track. More
The raw concrete exterior of this winery building in Germany, by local firm Burkhard Architekten, is in such contrast to its neighbours that local residents think the structure is still under construction (+ slideshow). More
News: a new generation of 3D printing pens will "improve the creativity of everybody" and "give the world a new way to communicate," according to the designer of the Lix pen, which launched on Kickstarter this week and has already raised over £400,000 (+ interview). More
This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is a position for Part III architects at Alison Brooks Architects, whose extension to a nineteenth century house in north London is pictured. Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
An immersive experience by Campaign and The Future Laboratory that takes visitors on a journey to find a scent that matches their personality opens this week at London department store Selfridges (+ slideshow).
Venice Architecture Biennale 2014: Japanese architect Kohki Hiranuma plans to create a shell-like structure of "seamless glass" to curve around visitors at the Venice Architecture Biennale this summer. More
A national park in the Netherlands is the setting for this old water tower, which Dutch firm Zecc Architecten has transformed into an observation point by twisting staircases through its middle (+ slideshow). More