Dezeen's top ten: stories with most comments

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Dezeen's top ten: our latest monthly top ten rounds up the Dezeen stories that have attracted the most comments from readers since we launched:

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1. In first place is Bruketa & Zinić's annual report for food company Podravka, which has to be baked before it can be read (above; 104 comments so far).

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2. Jean Nouvel’s High Rise Office Building proposal for Doha in Qatar (109 comments so far - most of them smutty).

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3. A sneak preview of Kanye West's New York apartment, designed by minimalist architect Claudio Silvestrin (95 comments).

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4. Guggenheim Hermitage Museum in Vilnius by Zaha Hadid Architects (80 comments).

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5. The Cloud by Atelier Hapsitus, a speculative design for a resort city elevated 300 metres in the air above Dubai and supported on slanting legs resembling rain (76 comments).

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6. Manned Cloud, a flying hotel proposed by French designer Jean-Marie Massaud (75 comments).

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7. A series of conceptual mousetraps by Roger Arquer, which are intended “only to catch mice, not to kill them” (74 comments).

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8. A set of seven wine glasses inspired by the seven deadly sins by Kacper Hamilton (72 comments)

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9. Casa 11 Mujeres (Eleven Women House), a cliff-top house near Santiago in Chile by architect Mathias Klotz (71 comments).

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10. A condom applicator designed to help prevent aids (68 comments).

That's it for now; another top ten next month.

See also:

Most popular stories during our first twelve months
Top ten Dezeen stories from December 2007
Dezeen's top ten skyscrapers (February 2008)
Dezeen's top ten: houses (March 2008)
Dezeen's top ten: Milan 2008 (April 2008)

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