This week we reported on MoMA's acquisition of a "4D-printed" dress, MAD's first European project (pictured) and 2015's AIA Gold Medal recipient. Read on for more architecture and design highlights, plus our regular track of the week.
UK producer Jo Noon created this lush reworking of the ambient Lusine track Two Dots.
Zaha Hadid hit back at criticism of her Tokyo Olympic stadium design, describing prominent Japanese architects as "hypocrites".
We published London's latest plans for a pedestrian bridge near Battersea Power Station, following the approval of Thomas Heatherwick's controversial Garden Bridge last week.
3XN's "dynamic, undulating" design for the Swiss Olympic headquarters and the interior of Rem Koolhaas' Faena Forum in Miami were among other unveilings.
The Art of Building Photography competition shortlist was announced and James Corner Field Operations – the landscape architecture studio partly responsible for New York's High Line – revealed it was to begin work on transforming a motorway into a public park.
In other news, sports brand Nike commenced legal proceedings against three of its former designers, alleging that they took trade secrets to arch-rival Adidas.
Popular projects on Dezeen included a high-altitude wooden viewpoint perched above a lake, life-like machines capable of scurrying about independently and Daan Roosegaarde's rainbow projection at a Dutch train station.