This week on Dezeen
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.
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Beijing firm MAD unveiled the initial design of a museum for George Lucas on Chicago's lakefront, and Swiss firms MLZD and Sollberger Bögli won a competition to design a 12,000-seat football stadium in France.
Designs for an extension to the Red Cross headquarters in Copenhagen and a new education centre in Sweden by NORD Architects were also revealed.
Launched this year, the first Finlandia Prize for Architecture – an award honouring Finish architects and architecture – was bestowed to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
MoMA in New York recognised technology's significance in design by acquiring a number of DIY electronics products and David Chipperfield returned to the headlines as Italian furniture brand Driade appointed him as its artistic director.
In other design news, Mercedes revealed a concept car with a skin that generates electricity and Japanese studio Nendo designed an umbrella that can stand on its own when not in use.
Popular projects included fashion accessories for a fictional world where it rains constantly, a dual-nozzled faucet designed to aid drinking from taps and a concrete university building in Chile featuring deep recessed windows.
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