This week on Dezeen: we've been reporting on the latest products unveiled at the CES technology show this week, including the relaunch of Kodak's iconic Super 8 film camera and a drone that will transport passengers through the air without a pilot.
New electric car company Faraday Future grabbed the headlines at the event with its battery-powered supercar, while wearable technology firm Fitbit released a smartwatch with customisable straps and frames.
Self-lacing trainers, a globe-shaped action camera and a sports bra that gives its wearer instant workout feedback were among the other products presented.
Design industry figures including Clemens Weisshaar, Yves Behar and Andrea Morgante paid tribute to the German industrial designer by posting Instagram photos of their favourite Sapper creations.
The prospect of colonising Mars with humans resurfaced after scientists developed a form of "Martian concrete" that could be used in Space. A conceptual project that would see the red planet transformed using towers formed by bacteria was also proposed.
BIG unveiled plans to build a school for Virginia featuring cascading roof terraces, while rumours emerged that the next major US project for Bjarke Ingels' firm could be an American football stadium.
In other US news, it was revealed that last year's inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial attracted more than double the attendees of the world-famous Venice Biennale.
The renovation and expansion of New York City's Pennsylvania Station was revived as new designs were released, and it was confirmed that kissing booths will be installed in the city to celebrate Valentine's Day.