This week we reported on a cycle-friendly high-rise by Foster + Partners (pictured), NASA's plans to use flying drones on Mars and Zaha Hadid's legal settlement and subsequent donation to a labour rights charity. Read on to catch up with the latest architecture and design news, plus our track of the week.
Your Name is a deep, melodic house track by UK producer Space Jump Salute.
In addition to Foster's development offering one bike parking space per bedroom, it was also announced that London is set to construct Europe's largest segregated cycle lane.
Kengo Kuma was "surprised" by spiralling V&A Dundee costs, and we revealed images of a convention centre completed by Daniel Libeskind in Mons, the European Capital of Culture for 2015.
In design news, Marcel Wanders and Casper Vissers regained complete control of Dutch design brand Moooi, and we published a response from Chris Diemer of replica furniture company Voga to comments by Vitra's Tony Ash on copying.
The latest technology included a system that turns Lego bricks into a digital modelling kit for designers and a streamlined smartphone by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa.
Popular projects this week on Dezeen included a photography series documenting remnants of war on Europe's coastlines, a book that refuses to open for judgemental readers, and a concrete house situated on a sand-dune in Buenos Aires.