This week on Dezeen
This week we reported on Jacques Herzog's attack on the Milan Expo, Tadao Ando's first project in New York and a Swedish woodland home (pictured). Read on to catch up with the latest architecture and design news, plus our track of the week.
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To mark April Fools' Day, we published a bogus planning application to construct a private train station underneath the David Adjaye-designed Sunken House in London, as well as the world's first driverless fleet of pizza delivery vehicles.
Foster + Partners were appointed to design an £8 billion transport system in Saudi Arabia and Scottish firm Page\Park Architects won the job of restoring the fire-damaged Glasgow School of Art building.
A conceptual skyscraper containing swamps, mountains and a jungle was named the winner in a competition to come up with futuristic high-rise living solutions.
In other architecture news, Richard Rogers donated the house he designed for his parents in the late 1960s to the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
With just two weeks to go until this year's Salone del Mobile, design critic Alice Rawsthorn accused Milan's furniture fair of celebrating marketing over design.
Popular projects this week on Dezeen included a blackened plywood extension to a rural home in France, colourful glass tables by Nendo and a Japanese house featuring a hidden balcony.
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