This week on Dezeen: fashion designer Stella McCartney revealed her kit designs for British athletes competing at this year's Olympics, while a new logo for the Tokyo 2020 games was finally selected after the original design was ditched.
The Stella McCartney-designed kits for Adidas, which will be worn by Team GB athletes at the Rio 2016 Olympics, are based around a coat of arms and feature the red, blue and white colours of the Union Jack flag.
Officials overseeing the controversy-stricken Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games selected a pair of chequerboard designs as the new logos for the events. The move came just months after the original logo designs were scrapped amid claims of plagiarism.
Zaha Hadid Architects revealed its first completed building since the death of its founder and won a competition to design a structure for a technology park near Moscow.
Hadid's firm also hit the headlines after a Kickstarter campaign was launched to bring a crazy golf course partly designed by the late architect to London's Trafalgar Square.
In other news this week, Reebok faced criticism after the sports brand released its Alien Stomper trainers exclusively in male sizes, while the American Institute of Architects cancelled a conference in North Carolina in a protest over the state's new anti-LGBT law.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopened after three years of renovation and New York's Museum of Modern Art refuted claims that it is planning on closing its architecture and design galleries.
Stefano Giovannoni responded forcefully to Dezeen readers commenting on our story about designers launching their own brands and we highlighted eight trends from Milan design week that will impact the future of the industry.
The Australian Institute of Architects awarded the country's most prestigious architecture award to "controversial and contentious" studio ARM Architecture and German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans designed a set of posters encouraging UK residents to vote to stay in the European Union.
Popular stories on Dezeen this week included Dyson's new hairdryer that is inaudible to humans, a Welsh valley retreat designed by John Pawson and new photographs of MAD's sinuous opera house in China by Iwan Baan.