This week on Dezeen, leaked images showing the latest design by Foster + Partners for the Two World Trade Center skyscraper in New York City were uncovered.
The renderings show an updated version of the long-awaited skyscraper that now contains stepped sections and tree-covered balconies.
It is the latest design revealed for the building, which has had multiple plans drawn up by Foster + Partners and Danish studio BIG. When complete it will be one of the final components of the World Trade Center complex.
As the Olympics continues in Beijing, we spoke to the games' executive director Christophe Dubi who set out his visions for future games, which will be hosted in a combination of existing venues and temporary structures.
"We don't have a requirement to build anymore, so virtually any city can host the games," he said.
In architecture news, the shortlist for the 2022 Mies van der Rohe Award was revealed.
The Stirling Prize-winning Town House by Grafton Architects and a Spanish social housing project (pictured) are among the five finalists.
In the US, Modernism Week took place in Palm Springs.
To mark this year's event we rounded up 11 standout modernist buildings in the Californian desert city including the Coachella Valley Savings & Loan bank by E Stewart Williams (pictured).
Also in the US, Danish studio BIG revealed its updated design for a 44-metre-high film studio in New York City.
Claimed to be the "first vertical film studio in the world", the building is designed for local developer Wildflower Ltd, which is collaborating with American actor Robert De Niro on the project.