This week, Donald Trump's Mexican border wall was envisioned as a Barragán-inspired pink barrier, and Dezeen was annotated using a typeface based on the US presidential candidate's handwriting.
Estudio 3.14 conceived a giant pink barrier in response to Trump's proposal to build a wall along Mexico's border this week, in the spirit of Pritzer Prize-winning architect Luis Barragán.
Trump also inspired a typeface that recreates his distinctive handwritten style by BuzzFeed designer Mark Davis, who used it to annotate a Dezeen article.
In other US news, a geological-themed addition to New York's Natural History museum by Studio Gang was given the green light.
OMA, MAD and Studio Gang are competing to overhaul Paris' lone skyscraper – the tower that sparked a 42-year skyscraper ban in the city. MAD also released visuals for its new concert hall in Beijing this week.
In the UK, the Twentieth Century Society sought to block plans by former footballers Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs to build a luxury complex in Manchester.
Ten books were awarded the DAM Architectural Book Award for 2016, including a Frank Lloyd Wright monograph disguised as a children's book and a photo reportage of African modernism shot by Iwan Baan.
British fashion designer Richard Nicoll died suddenly aged 39, shocking the fashion industry.
In design news, new car brand Lynk & Co was launched with the aim to help owners start their own sharing business, and Dezeen spoke to the inventor of the G-Shock watch.
Popular stories this week included a top-heavy block in Seoul with a concrete base, Yves Behar's robotic Snoo crib and Herzog & de Meuron's gabled Feltrinelli Porta Volta building in Milan.