This week we reported on proposals to turn London's abandoned tube tunnels into an underground cycle network, and the launch of Ikea's "low key" collaboration with British designer Ilse Crawford (pictured). Read on to catch up with the latest architecture, interiors and design news, plus our track of the week.
Welcome To The Jungle is a tender folk song by Welsh singer and multi-instrumentalist Novo Amor.
Zaha Hadid unveiled designs for the "world's largest airport passenger terminal" in Beijing, while AC Milan revealed its proposals for a new stadium in the city's centre, designed by Arup.
America nominated 10 Frank Lloyd Wright buildings for inclusion on UNESCO's World Heritage List, and chose two pavilion designs – one made out of broken umbrellas and bicycle wheels, and one constructed from materials used in oyster cultivation – to install on Governors Island in New York.
London studio Raw Edges revealed designs for an installation inside the sculpture gallery of an English stately home, and Stockholm studio Claesson Koivisto Rune set up a new homeware company.
Spanish architects Fuensanta Nieto and Enrique Sobejano were named as the recipients of the 2015 Alvar Aalto Medal, and RIBA Gold Medal winners O'Donnel & Tuomey told Dezeen that Europe wasn't offering enough opportunities to young architects.
Popular architecture projects included a house in Quebec raised off a slope on a concrete podium. We also featured a glazed Japanese wedding chapel wrapped in a spiral of twin staircases and a Vietnamese home encased in perforated brick.