This week we reported on UNStudio's new university campus in Singapore, a housing development by Zaha Hadid and Daniel Libeskind, and a tiny museum in New York (pictured). Click through for a roundup of architecture and design news from the past seven days, plus our regular featured music track.
Cloud Calls is a new single by London-based electronic soul act Count Counsellor.
SHoP Architects hit the headlines this week as the studio released plans for a project in Miami that aims to transform the city into "Florida's Silicon Valley", and revealed designs for Uber's mini-campus in San Francisco.
It was a busy week for Google as the company selected a new site for its headquarters designed by BIG and Heatherwick Studio, launched a sensor that translates subtle hand movements into gesture controls, and began experimenting with smart-textile design.
Snøhetta were appointed to design a river walk beside America's second largest waterfall and the UK's first new electricity pylon design in 90 years was installed.
We published Herzog & de Meuron's alternative to "pompous and unsustainable" Expo pavilions as well as a vaulted pavilion for a festival in New York made out of upcycled beverage cartons.
University of East London graduate Yuri Pardi showcased his Minimalism-influenced collection of garments and Parsons graduate Birce Ozkan presented an interactive dress designed to drop its panels like autumn leaves.
In other news, Dezeen's social media editor Ross Bryant was given the British Society of Magazine Editors Rising Stars award for Best Use of Social Media.
Popular projects this week on Dezeen included a bat-friendly bridge featuring winter roosts built into its concrete structure, an underground swimming pool in Italy, and an installation comprising Lego structures built by world-famous architects.