This week on Dezeen: Apple opened a new store in Brussels this week (pictured) – the first since Jonathan Ive became the company's chief design officer – and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec spoke exclusively to Dezeen about their Serif television for Samsung.
In the run up to this year's London Design Festival – which kicks off today – Dezeen's Dan Howarth selected his pick of the must-see exhibitions and installations and Jasper Morrison designed a stripped-back mobile handset as a "liberating" alternative to smartphones.
Porsche unveiled its first all-electric sports car in a bid to take on Tesla and tributes were paid to Swiss typographer Adrian Frutiger, creator of London's street-sign font, who died aged 87.
Later on in the week, we spoke to Norman Foster about his firm's design for the offices of global media giant Bloomberg.
Planning permission was granted for a luxury mixed-use development by David Adjaye in London and Owen Hatherley offered his scathing opinion on Rafael Viñoly's Walkie Talkie skyscraper.