This week on Dezeen

Moleskine's smartpen-compatible notebooks, the rejection of BIG's second Kimball Art Center proposal by city planners (pictured),  and new rules forcing Google to add steering wheels to its driverless car designs made the headlines this week. Read on for more architecture and design highlights from the past seven days, plus our Dezeen Music Project track of the week.

Run is an effortlessly catchy pop song by a Cornwall-based production duo called Kinds.

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Bamboo lattice by Gabriel Lester

The Folkestone Triennial opens this weekend and we featured two projects created for the event, including a three-dimensional bamboo lattice installation and a lighthouse and beach hut designed to reference the work of 18th century architect Nicholas Hawksmoor.

The Average Font by Moritz Resl

Design highlights included Moritz Resl's "ghostly" typeface created by overlaying letters of the alphabet from various type families, Philippe Starck's furry bicycle and a collection of unique hand-carved wooden spoons.

Google's driverless car

It was a mixed week for tech giant Google, who was forced to add steering wheels to its driverless cars and unveiled a prototype system for a drone delivery service that has been in development for two years.

Carbuncle Cup 2014 shortlist announced

The architecture community discussed the UK's worst new building as the Carbuncle Cup 2014 shortlist was revealed, and an OMA-designed theatre complex topped out.

Critic apologises for Zaha Hadid "error" in book review

Following last week's revelation that Zaha Hadid was taking legal action against a publication for making defamatory comments, the architecture critic responsible apologised for an "error" in his article this week.

Skinny houses: "it's amazing how important one inch of space becomes"

Popular articles on Dezeen included our special feature on skinny houses, a copper-clad school in France and a cafe in Beijing featuring indoor planting modules.

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