A wooden latticed ceiling covers a space for storing funerary urns inside this extension to a Japanese temple by Furumori Koichi Architectural Design Studio (+ slideshow). More
This week we reported on bolts breaking at Richard Rogers' Leadenhall Building, the opening of One World Trade Center in New York (pictured), and the latest vaginal activity tracker. Read on for more architecture and design highlights, plus our regular music track of the week. More
The permeable fabric skin of this inhabitable installation by graduates from Germany's Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design allowed moisture into the space, designed to make visitors feel like they were inside a cloud (+ slideshow). More
The UK-based Centre for Process Innovation has unveiled its vision for an airplane cabin with no windows at all, instead projecting 360-degree views from outside throughout the interior using flexible screens built into the fabric of the cabin. More
The latest activity tracker for the vagina is this device by UK start-up Chiaro, designed to help women strengthen their pelvic floor muscles and monitor their progress. More
This week's job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for a director at The Architecture Foundation in London (pictured). Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.
Moveable library-style shelving units slide from side to side to reveal and hide compartments that serve various functions in this Spanish apartment by Madrid-based PKMN Architectures (+ slideshow). More
Dutch Design Week 2014: Central Saint Martins graduate Alessia Giardino has used a variety of techniques to mix pigment into these concrete tableware pieces to form different colourful patterns (+ slideshow). More