This week's Dezeen Mail newsletter includes a spiralling museum designed by Bjarke Ingels, classic songs illustrated as buildings and a proposal to build the world's tallest tower. Read on for the latest news, jobs and reader comments from Dezeen.
This experimental pop song by London artist Yodashe is very musically ambitious, combing glitchy beats with brash, dissonant vocal harmonies in a free-flowing arrangement. But the key is the variety of catchy melodic hooks, which pop up in unexpected places and keep the track engaging throughout.
Blue Room won't make easy background music, but listen carefully and there's lots to enjoy.
Opinion: crowdfunding platforms have rules about pitching for money to make products that haven't been developed to prototype stage – the same rules should apply to crowdfunding campaigns for civic projects, says Alexandra Lange. More
Copenhagen urban cycling company Biomega has launched two versions of a city bike by Danish design supergroup KiBiSi with a glow-in-the-dark front fork and a mudguard integrated into the down tube. More
Used carpet tiles clad walls that are insulated with junk, including floppy discs and toothbrushes, in this building designed by East Sussex studio BBM as a research facility and design workshop for the University of Brighton's Faculty of Arts. More
News: the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London has announced 56 winners of this year's RIBA Awards, including John McAslan's revamped Kings Cross station, Zaha Hadid's Olympic aquatics centre, and BIG's underground maritime museum (+ slideshow). More