This week we reported on the production of Ikea's flat-pack refugee shelters, the design of this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion (pictured) and plans for Europe's tallest skyscraper in the Alps. Read on to catch up with the latest architecture and design news, plus our track of the week.
Catalonia is a mellow chill-out track by Brooklyn-based producer Saffron.
Emeco revealed its intention to sue Ikea for damages for allegedly copying a chair designed by Norman Foster, while the co-founder of Milan's Ventura Lambrate design district, Margo Konings, announced her resignation.
Antonio Banderas revealed his plans to study fashion design at London's Central Saint Martins and Tesla's Elon Musk described driving a vehicle as a task "too dangerous for humans".
Kengo Kuma & Associates won a competition to design a station that will serve a new stretch of the Paris Metro, while Henning Larsen revealed designs for a new mosque in Copenhagen.
James Whitaker proposed a cluster of shipping containers as an affordable workplace and we reported on the progress of an outdoor swimming pool under construction at King's Cross in London.
In other news, Herzog & de Meuron completed an "understated" box-like shop for Miu Miu in Tokyo and a store designed by Nendo to display colourful chocolate bars also opened in the city.
In our latest Opinion column, Jack Self revealed previously unpublished details about the NSA's secretive headquarters in America.