Our most popular story this week has been a cliffside home overlooking a loch that mixes silvery larch wood with traditional Scottish stone. Read on for more architecture and design highlights from the past seven days plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
Desired Effect is a wistful pop song by Glasgow band Atom Tree.
3D printing hit the headlines again this week as Dutch designer Janne Kyttanen created a 3D-printed "lost luggage" kit, a man was arrested for possessing 3D-printed handguns, and Dezeen columnist Alexandra Lange explained what 3D printers can learn from the humble sewing machine.
Design stories included a huge water slide installed on a street in an English city, a faceted lighting installation that creates multicoloured shadows and a collection of mass-produced glass items transformed into sculptural vessels.
Interior designers Brinkworth completed a restaurant in central London that reminded readers of a nightmarish setting from George Orwell's novel 1984 and Japanese architect Nobuo Araki transformed an indoor swimming pool in Tokyo into a fashion store.
Popular architecture stories on Dezeen this week included a mausoleum featuring an intricate structure and bamboo micro-homes proposed as a solution to Hong Kong's housing crisis.