This week we reported on Jonathan Ive's wide-ranging talk at London's Design Museum, the release of Marc Newson's shotgun and a Real Apple Store created to showcase British apple varieties (pictured). Read on for more architecture and design highlights, plus our music track of the week.
Warm Bullet by London act Count Counsellor is a smooth electronic soul track featuring samples from Boyz II Men’s 90s ballad Water Runs Dry.
Japanese architect Arata Isozaki slammed Zaha Hadid's latest Tokyo 2020 Olympic stadium design, describing it as a "monumental mistake" and "a disgrace to future generations".
Hadid joined architects including Steven Hall and Frank Gehry in a campaign to save a school by Modernist architect Helmut Richter from partial demolition, whilst Thomas Heatherwick's Garden Bridge moved a step closer towards construction.
The first commuters travelled through Grimshaw's newly completed New York subway station and work started on a memorial designed by David Adjaye and dedicated to extinct species.
In other architecture news, Bjarke Ingels' firm BIG was named as the designer of a new public square in the UK and unveiled its plans for a reinterpretation of the Smithsonian Institution campus in Washington DC.
OMA also hit the headlines as it revealed plans to build three residential towers in Miami's Coconut Grove neighbourhood.
In design news, Eurostar released its new train design and the UK's Crafts Council launched an education manifesto calling on the government to protect craft skills.
Popular projects included a glass and brick house extension in London, plans to transform an offshore torpedo base into a water sports hub and a glow-in-the-dark cycle path designed by Daan Roosegaarde.