This week on Dezeen, Swiss architect Peter Zumthor told Dezeen he is trying to change his reputation as a "reclusive mountain-dwelling hermit" and claimed his renowned thermal baths in Vals have been ruined.
Zumthor said his Therme Vals spa and hotel had been ruined by "egotistical" property developer Remo Stoffel, who won a battle with Zumthor to buy the complex in 2012.
He also told Dezeen he is trying to change his mysterious reputation, in an exclusive interview at the Fondation Beyeler in Basel, where he is working on an extension for the Renzo Piano-designed gallery.
The Japanese government came under fire this week for allegedly using timber linked to deforestation and human-rights violations to build its Kengo Kuma-designed stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Transport app Citymapper revealed a real-life bus that drives an under-serviced London route found using crowdsourced data and Banksy took aim at Brexit with his latest mural.
With New York design month well underway, our coverage this week included a "deconstructed" wine bottle by Karim Rashid and an exhibition featuring American and Norwegian designers.
Popular projects this week included an egg-shaped sauna in remote Sweden, a concrete cuboid house built on a very tight budget and a minimal mobile phone.