This week, RIBA announced six finalists competing for the annual Stirling Prize, and Swedish retail giant IKEA recalled a water dispenser following the death of two dogs. More
This week, artist Christo compared the creation of his works to building a skyscraper in an exclusive interview with Dezeen, and Fumihiko Maki's Aga Khan Centre was completed in London's King's Cross. More
This week, Dezeen spoke to Björk in an exclusive interview, and reported on the fire that devastated Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Glasgow School of Art.
This week, Mexican architect Frida Escobedo's unveiled her latticed Serpentine Pavilion and the FIFA World Cup began in Russia, with Dezeen providing stadium and kit guides. More
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. More
This week, Dezeen was in Venice for the architecture biennale, where we spoke to its curators Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, reviewed the British Pavilion, and had screenings of our drone documentary, Elevation. More
Twitter sparked headlines this week as Kanye West tweeted his intentions to open an architecture firm, while Elon Musk announced plans to create bricks for affordable housing on the social media platform.
Transport dominated the headlines this week as Foster + Partners revealed plans for a freight-carrying hyperloop and NASA started building aircraft that will fly faster than the speed of sound. More
IKEA was a prominent fixture in the news this week as it released its first skateboard, while reports emerged that the Swedish furniture company was considering converting a Brutalist building in Connecticut into a hotel. More
This week, the gender pay gap was in the spotlight as architecture firms including Zaha Hadid Architects and Hawkins\Brown joined 10,000 companies with 250 or more employees across the UK to publish salary data.
This week on Dezeen, a sexual harassment scandal led to architect Richard Meier stepping down from his company and Cornell architecture school abandoning plans to name a position in his honour. More