This week on Dezeen, Zaha Hadid Architects caused a stir, as it revealed plans to build on the world's most expensive plot, and practice director Patrik Schumacher criticised the Venice Architecture Biennale.
The London architecture firm revealed it was working with developer Henderson Land Development to build on a site in Hong Kong that sold for a record-breaking £2.2 billion, so £764,000 per square metre.
Robin Hood Gardens returned to the headlines this week, after the V&A shipped a huge chunk of the part-demolished brutalist housing estate to Italy for an installation at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
The exhibition was the subject of criticism and protest, prompting V&A director Tristram Hunt to write a statement of defence.
In fashion news, Balenciaga baffled the internet with it's "T-shirt shirt", a T-shirt that features a long-sleeved shirt attached to its front, while Nike revealed plans to launch slider sandals with miniature fanny packs across the top straps.
In technology, micro robots finished building the world's smallest house. Standing at just 0.015 millimetres high, the tiny house is around half a million times smaller than a regular two-storey house.
Meanwhile, Chicago-based tech startup Ovie got close to reaching its Kickstarter goal, for a project that connects Tupperware-style storage containers to the Internet of Things, in a bid to reduce food waste.
Popular projects on Dezeen this week include a house in Brazil with a monumental grass roof, an "open-air fortress" in Mexico , and an elevated skate bowl in Supreme's store in Brooklyn.
There are also less than 30 days to go until the Dezeen Awards entry deadline, which closes at the end of the month. Architects and designers have until 30 June to enter, and have their projects seen by our stellar lineup of judges.