This week on Dezeen, Sotheby's announced that David Bowie's personal collection of Memphis furniture – which is over 100 pieces strong – will go up for auction in November.
Global firm Gensler proposed moving the UK's Lords and MPs into a bubble-like building on London's River Thames to reduce the cost of refurbishing the crumbling Palace of Westminster.
New images were released of Santiago Calatrava's landmark observation tower in Dubai, which is now under construction and expected to surpass the 828-metre-high Burj Khalifa as the world's tallest building.
Ron Arad Architects unveiled images of an office complex underway in Tel Aviv, which is expected to become the tallest building in Israel.
BMW unveiled a super-safe motorcycle that can't fall over and Samsung pulled its Galaxy Note 7 from production after reports of the smartphone catching fire.
In the latest Brexit news, two design bodies attacked the UK government's education policy, claiming that a failure to nurture design talent was "economic suicide".
Architecture studio Gort Scott unveiled plans to replace an out-of-use office block in north London with micro apartments.
In case you hadn't noticed, we updated our with a simple new layout after it had remained largely unchanged for nine years.
Popular projects this week included a collection of hypnotic gifs that animate traditional Japanese joinery techniques, a stilted cabin on the Stockholm archipelago and Juergen Teller's new concrete photography studio.