This week we published the winner of the architectural photograph of the year award, futuristic trains for London and a building designed by Zaha Hadid for Cambodian genocide researchers (pictured). Read on for more architecture and design highlights, plus our track of the week.
Aglow is a gently pulsing electronica track by American musician RyIm.
London studio Priestmangode hit the headlines this week as it revealed designs for London's new air conditioned, wi-fi enabled, driverless tube trains.
In architecture news, Moshe Safdie called for a "reorientation" to the way cities are designed, saying that a vogue for skyscrapers and the privatisation of public space is creating cities "not worthy of our civilisation".
Architects were selected to design two of three new "iconic" train stations for Paris as part of a major infrastructure development, and the city of Almere in the Netherlands selected a zinc-clad chapel to be built over its lake.
We continued our series on Brutalism by looking at one of London's most divisive Brutalist buildings – Denys Lasdun's National Theatre – and published new photographs of Thomas Heatherwick's new gin distillery.
Popular projects this week included a Japanese house comprising a variety of box-like structures that jut out in various directions, a kindergarten designed as a "village for children", and UNStudio's newly completed theatre that glows in the dark.