This week, Moby criticised a hotel room by Zaha Hadid and Tate told Neo Bankside to get curtains

This week Moby slammed the ergonomics of a Zaha Hadid-designed hotel room, while Nicholas Serota waded into the feud between Neo Bankside residents and Tate Modern.

Musician Moby hit out at architects who prioritise aesthetics over comfort, claiming that "sleeping in a dumpster would be more comfortable" than staying in the room designed by Zaha Hadid inside the Puerta America Madrid hotel.

Neo Bankside residents should add net curtains to stop gallery visitors spying says Tate director

Tate galleries director Nicholas Serota said concerned residents of the luxury Rogers Stirk Harbour-designed development should add blinds or net curtains to stop visitors to Tate Modern's new observation platform from looking into their homes.

The dispute broke out after residents of Neo Bankside threatened legal action, accusing museum visitors of spying on them.

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Norway moves to scrap plans for controversial Utøya memorial

The Norwegian government offered to abandon plans for the proposed Utøya memorial after protesting local residents described the project as a "rape of nature", a "tourist attraction" and a "hideous monument".

Peter Zumthor to extend Renzo Piano's Fondation Beyeler art museum

In other architecture news, it was announced that Peter Zumthor will extend Renzo Piano's Fondation Beyeler art museum, and BIG, MVRDV and Snøhetta unveiled competing designs for the new San Pellegrino headquarters.

Benjamin Hubert fills V&A's medieval tapestry room with rippling light installation
Highlights from London Design Festival 2016 include an installation by Benjamin Hubert

This week we featured highlights from the London Design Festival, including a rippling steel installation inside the V&A by Benjamin Hubert, a giant "smile" by Alison Brooks and pop-up indoor forests by MINI and Asif Khan.

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David Adjaye and Kenneth Grange win London Design Festival medals

Also at the London Design Festival, David Adjaye won the annual London Design Medal and industrial designer Kenneth Grange was given an award for lifetime achievement.

Wallpaper 20th anniversary
Thomas Heatherwick designs articulated magazine cover for Wallpaper's 20th anniversary

Design and lifestyle magazine Wallpaper has revealed its Thomas Heatherwick-designed cover, which features a trellis-like opening system.

Knight Architects unveils design for Finland's longest bridge

American firms Rogers Partners and Nelson Byrd Waltz conceived a raised, tree-lined park for Atlanta, Georgia, while UK firm Knight Architects revealed its plans for Finland's largest bridge.

Zaha Hadid Architects sits rippling glass lump on top of Antwerp port building

Popular stories on Dezeen this week included a rippling glass extension perched above an Antwerp port building by Zaha Hadid Architects and a zinc-clad home in the middle of a Wisconsin crop field.

Wendell Burnette builds little house on the prairie in Wisconsin
Wendell Burnette builds little house on the prairie in Wisconsin

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