This week we reported on the shortlisted designs for London's latest bridge across the River Thames, Egypt's masterplan for a new privately funded capital city (pictured), and an ongoing legal dispute between Nike and its former designers. Read on to catch up with the latest architecture and design news, plus our track of the week. More
British inventor Sam Pearce has created a shock-absorbing wheel for bicycles and wheelchairs that is designed to help users negotiate uneven streets and rough terrain (+ movie). More
Dezeen has won Best Content Studio at the Digiday Publishing Awards in New York, beating The New York Times to the honour. More
Architecture firm SOM has released its masterplan for a new privately funded capital city for Egypt – a 700-square-kilometre development that will boast one of the world's largest urban parks and over 100 new residential neighbourhoods (+ slideshow). More
Three designers who defected from Nike to Adidas have issued a counter lawsuit against their former employer, denying claims they stole trade secrets and accusing the sports giant of violating their privacy. More
Princeton University has accused its former architecture dean Alejandro Zaera-Polo of making an "inaccurate and incomplete" statement about the plagiarism row that led to his resignation last year. More
Our job of the week on Dezeen Jobs is for an architect with fashion brand COS, whose store in Florence is pictured. Visit the ad for full details or browse other architecture and design opportunities on Dezeen Jobs.