This week on Dezeen: our roundup of this week's top stories kicks off with Google's new sans-serif logo (pictured), and also includes the winner of this year's Carbuncle Cup – an award created to name and shame bad architecture in the UK.
Unveiled this week, Google's simplified logo features a more rounded typeface than its predecessor but retains the company's bold colour scheme.
Rafael Viñoly's Walkie Talkie skyscraper was named as the worst building in the UK this year, continuing its stint of bad press after melting cars and being blamed for powerful downdraughts.
The first official images of The Broad museum designed by Diller, Scofidio + Renfro were released, and plans for a rammed-earth visitors' centre at Europe's largest modern and contemporary sculpture park were announced.
An unofficial drone movie captured the progress on the Foster-designed Apple Campus 2, while the appointment of Frank Gehry to redevelop a barren river in Los Angeles was criticised.
Japan ditched its logo for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics amidst copyright controversy and artist Olafur Eliasson launched a crowdfunding campaign for solar-powered mobile phone chargers.
In other news, New Zealand revealed the final four designs as part of its quest to find a new national flag.
We continued our exclusive series of video interviews celebrating the 15th Serpentine Gallery Pavilion by looking back at Toyo Ito's 2002 installation, and assessed how crowdfunding platforms are "changing the game" for public architecture projects.
Popular projects this week on Dezeen included a pared-back Japanese house, condom packaging based on different vegetable girths and a range of outdoor furniture by the Bouroullec brothers.