This week we reported on Patrik Schumacher's rant against critics, proposals by Snohetta (pictured) and SANAA for a new Budapest museum, and all the highlights from Milan's annual design week. Read on to catch up with the latest architecture and design news.
Jasper Morrison described Milan's Salone del Mobile as "the centre of the furniture design world", while other leading designers spoke out about the "awful" intrusion of selfie-seeking visitors. Meanwhile Ross Lovegrove called for design schools to embrace digital technologies.
Installations presented in Milan included Snarkitecture's tunnel-like space made of 100,000 metres of translucent white fabric and a Milanese cloister covered with mirrors by design duo GamFratesi.
Footwear brand United Nude presented its range of 3D-printed shoes designed by architects and designers including Zaha Hadid, Michael Young and Ross Lovegrove.
New products launched at the design fair include two new sofa designs by Ron Arad for Moroso, David Adjaye's Art Deco-influenced seating range and a domed paper light by Nendo. See all our coverage of Milan 2015 »
Popular projects this week on Dezeen included a house with a V-shaped plan enclosing a triangular garden and an asymmetric house in Italy. We also revealed new photographs of the inside of Herzog & de Meuron's Elbphilharmonie.