Opinion: David King, who died in May at the age of 73, secured a place in British design history with album covers for The Who and Jimi Hendrix, the design of the Sunday Times Magazine, and his logo for the Anti-Nazi League. But his legacy is far richer for anyone interested in the political power of the media, says Owen Hatherley. More
Belgian design studio Muller van Severen has crafted curving loungers from wire netting as part of a furniture commission for one of the Solo Houses – a series of architect-designed dream homes in Spain (+ slideshow). More
Adidas trainers made using waste plastic from the world's oceans, the redesign of Ikea's iconic blue Frakta bag by Danish brand Hay (pictured) and Bjarke Ingels' Serpentine Gallery Pavilion feature in this week's Dezeen Mail.
Canadian architect Brian MacKay-Lyons has built a cabin for an architecture intern at his Nova Scotia farmstead, featuring a rough skin of weathering steel, and a rustic but compact interior (+ slideshow). More
With the trend for co-living continuing to pick up speed, German architect Alexis Dornier has transformed a group of old apartment blocks in Bali into a communal housing development (+ slideshow). More
Materials company Ananas Anam has developed Piñatex, an animal-friendly alternative to leather made from pineapple waste. More
US firm NBBJ has created the largest office in North America for tech company Samsung, incorporating features intended to show how a "legacy brand can play on par with the most-nimble tech startups" (+ slideshow). More