This week we reported on the latest controversy to hit Rafael Viñoly's Walkie Talkie skyscraper (pictured) and Pharrell Williams and Zaha Hadid's collaboration for Adidas, and published the first piece in our summer-long series on Postmodernism. Click through for more of the biggest architecture, interiors and design stories from the past seven days.
In other architecture news, Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena was appointed as artistic director for next year's Venice Architecture Biennale.
Glenn Adamson, director of New York's Museum of Art and Design, presented a warts-and-all history of Postmodernism as part of our summer-long series on one of the 20th century's most divisive movements.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games organisers unveiled the events' logos and design brand Muji launched a collection of minimally designed kitchen appliances.
A memorial opened for the victims of a terrorist attack that killed 69 people in Norway and Ford announced its development of a night-vision lighting system.
Popular projects on Dezeen this week included pyjamas designed to stop your farts from smelling, a house reworked to offer its residents uninterrupted views of the Golden Gate Bridge and a low-cost home suitable for a growing family.