This week on Dezeen

This week world famous architects including Sou Fujimoto and Wang Shu designed bus stops for a tiny Austrian village and Snøhetta's September 11 Memorial Museum structure was inaugurated by US president Barack Obama. Read on for more architecture and design highlights from the past seven days plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.

This glitchy remix of Pharrell William’s mega hit Happy is by French producer Aimedeuxhaine.

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Libeskind and Meier attack UK architects over Israel boycott
Libeskind and Meier attack UK architects over Israel boycott

Architecture news dominated this week as Richard Meier and Daniel Libeskind waded into a row over Israeli architects building in the West Bank.

Apple opens first Foster-designed store

Foster + Partners also made headlines as an Apple Store designed by the British architects was opened at a shopping centre in Istanbul, Turkey.

Italy's permanent Milan Expo pavilion

Other architectural stories included the unveiling of Italy's permanent pavilion for the Milan Expo 2015, which will "purify the atmosphere from smog", and Terry Farrell's plans for a 560-metre-high skyscraper for China, poised to become one of the country's tallest buildings.

J Mayer H's design for a Berlin shopping centre offering indoor skydiving and surfing

The latest projects in a wave of major schemes for Berlin were announced this week, including a shopping centre where shoppers will be able to skydive as well as surf, and a cluster of five towers connected by a chain of bridges that will integrate residential and commercial activities.

You can see all the latest proposals for Berlin on Dezeen, including buildings by Frank Gehry and Daniel Libeskind »

Google Glass. Images courtesy of Google

In technology news, Dezeen featured an exclusive story on Google Glass and brain-scanning sensors that will revolutionise the world of advertising by delivering content tailored to the wearer's taste, mood, and location.

Brain scanning could be used to design "scientifically perfect" products

Our latest Dezeen and MINI Frontiers movie also focuses on brain-scanning technology and how it can be used to design "scientifically perfect" products.

House in Portugal by E348 Arquitectura with an adjustable balcony

Popular architecture stories on Dezeen this week included a house in Portugal featuring slatted timber shuttersDaniel Libeskind's winning proposal for a holocaust monument in Canada and a pair of skyscrapers in Milan featuring 900 trees.

Stefano Boeri's "vertical forest" nears completion in Milan

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