This week on Dezeen, Adidas released a face mask, Waugh Thistleton Architects proposed creating mobile vaccination centres in shipping containers and designers were accused of "coronagrifting".
Sportswear brand Adidas revealed Face Cover, a reusable face mask made from recycled material that it will be selling for people to wear as lockdowns ease.
Architects and designers continued to propose solutions to the many issues caused by the pandemic, with Waugh Thistleton Architects suggesting creating a fleet of mobile vaccination centres in shipping containers that could travel around the UK to immunise the entire population.
The flow of proposed coronavirus-related solutions drew criticism from architecture critic Kate Wagner, who said that some of the proposals were "shameless self-promotion".
In London, Adam Nathaniel Furman coined the term "New London Fabulous" to describe a group of designers, including himself, Yinka Ilori, Camille Walala and Morag Mysercough, who were embracing colour.
Furman also revealed his proposal for brightly coloured town halls, called Democratic Monuments, which could be built around the UK.
In architecture news the works of 20th-century architects Le Corbusier and Philip Johnson were the starting points for new projects in Canada and India.
In an off-island suburb of Montreal, Canadian studio Maurice Martel Architecte created a pool pavilion based on Philip Johnson's Glass House, while Charged Voids drew on Le Corbusier's civic buildings in Chandigarh for a house in the city.
With the deadline for entry to Dezeen Awards 2020 approaching a selection of our judges told us what they will be looking for in this year's entries.
BBC Radio London presenter Rhael Cape, also known as LionHeart, said he wanted to see a "clear balance of courage and audacity", while Steve Trstenjak of Woods Bagot, said he was hoping to see an "emphasis on sustainability".
Projects that were popular on Dezeen this week included a holiday home in Maine with a screened porch sandwiched between two cedar volumes, a curved concrete home topped with a zinc disc in Melbourne and a brick housing block alongside Carlsberg's Elephant Gate in Copenhagen.