The design world descended on Milan this week, where we've been reporting on the best installations, products and events at the city's annual celebration of creativity.
Since the world's largest design event kicked off on Monday, we've been spotting trends and visiting the best installations around the Italian city.
Highlights included Formafantasma's experimental lighting display, Lee Broom's merry-go-round, Studio Swine's bubble-blowing tree and Yuri Suzuki's giant pendulums.
We selected 10 of the best lights from the Euroluce fair, while a Konstantin Grcic sofa, a Jasper Morrison chair and a Lanzavecchia + Wai collection were among standout furniture launches.
Also, Cassina and Molteni&C became locked in a legal battle over who has the rights to a 1950s design by Gio Ponti, after they both showed the chair during the event.
The Dezeen team has had a busy week in Milan. Founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs chaired a talk on the future of urban architecture with SO-IL, Assemble and Carlo Ratti, and discussed the Fritz Hotel with Jaime Hayón.
We've also been reporting daily from the IKEA Festival, where we hosted a party attended by almost 3,000 people, and rounding up the best Instagram images posted with our #milanogram2017 hashtag.
There's still time to upload your Milan design week photos for a chance to win a £500 Dezeen Watch Store voucher.
Elsewhere, it was a big week for Herzog & de Meuron. The Swiss firm's tower with staggered floors completed in Beirut, while images of the studio's interiors for its 56 Leonard "Jenga" skyscraper in New York were revealed.
Zaha Hadid Architects revealed a greenhouse-like technology hub to accompany the world's first wooden football stadium it has designed for the UK, while Richard Meier unveiled photos of his first project in the country: a private home modelled on an English manor house.
Renzo Piano completed a stilted art gallery on the Santander waterfront, and Kengo Kuma's expansion of Portland Japanese Garden opened.
The UK government issued a formal call for the design and production of a new passport, which will come into circulation after Brexit.
Could the new passport be one of the nine shortlisted designs for Dezeen's Brexit passport competition? Our winner will be announced next week.
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