This week we published a Champagne glass modelled on Kate Moss’ left breast, new images of Zaha Hadid’s Wangiing Soho complex (pictured), and a conceptual trainer designed to reference the work of Charles and Ray Eames. Read on for more architecture and design highlights from the past seven days, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.
Drift is a slow-burning but funky dance track by Liverpool-based producer and DJ Olly Clucas.
As construction began on Lego's visitor centre in Denmark, Dezeen spoke exclusively to BIG's Bjarke Ingels about the toy-brick's influence on architects and architectural design.
Attention-grabbing stories included closure of a Sou Fujimoto-designed bus stop amid safety concerns and the Turkish government's decision to destroy newly-built skyscrapers in order to protect Istanbul's historic skyline.
The Russian authorities won rare praise for protecting their built heritage, after they issued a preservation order on Moscow's iconic Shukhov Radio Tower, following a lengthy campaign by high-profile architects.
Zaha Hadid is never far from the headlines, and this week was no exception. New images were released documenting her nearly completed commercial complex in Beijing, and it was revealed that she is taking legal action against the New York Review of Books.
Products unveiled this week included a simple aluminium tube intended for transporting large architectural drawings by One Design Office, Marc Newson's new fountain pen and a Champagne coupe modelled on Kate Moss' left breast.
Olafur Eliasson's first solo exhibition at Denmark's Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, a pair of farmhouse-inspired Alpine cabins and a sculptural wooden staircase were among the most popular projects on Dezeen.