This week on Dezeen: Apple's latest product launches – including a stylus designed for technical drawing – dominated headlines, while one of the winning entries in a competition to design the Bauhaus Museum Dessau's new home (pictured) quickly became one of this week's most-discussed subjects.
Apple used its annual hardware launch event in California on Wednesday to unveil the iPad Pro – a larger version of its tablet computer – and the Apple Pencil, which is aimed at professional artists and designers.
Updated models of Apple's current iPhone 6 were also launched during the event, along with a version of the Apple Watch created in collaboration with luxury fashion brand Hermès.
Two contrasting designs were awarded joint first place in a competition to create a new home for the Bauhaus Museum Dessau, while Rafael Viñoly released plans to create "the largest green roof in the world" in Silicon Valley.
Zaha Hadid Architects announced it is working with a Japanese architecture and engineering company to try and win back the rejected Tokyo Olympic stadium project, and Grimshaw Architects revised its designs for London's Euston Station.
The first-class cabin interiors for British Airways' new fleet of Dreamliner aircraft were revealed and Benjamin Hubert relaunched his studio as part of a shift towards more "human-focused" projects.
Popular projects this week on Dezeen included an installation comprising voluptuous concrete forms hidden within a wooden box, a conceptual plan to transform London's Circle Line into moving walkway and a Beijing housing complex by UNStudio.