2008 review: June

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Continuing our review of the most popular Dezeen stories from each month during 2008, here are the five most-viewed posts from June, starting with Dubai Opera House by Zaha Hadid Architects.

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In second place was Flooded London, a series of images by Squint/Opera that depict imaginary scenes in London in 2090.

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More from Zaha Hadid Architects in our third most popular story from June: the Zaragoza Bridge Pavilion was a pavilion for Zaragoza Expo 2008 that doubles as a pedestrian bridge across the river Ebro.

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Fourth was Seven Deadly Glasses by young London-based designer Kacper Hamilton, a set of seven wine glasses inspired by the seven deadly sins: lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath (above), envy and pride,

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In fifth place was the GINA Light Visionary Model by BMW, a concept featuring a flexible fabric skin stretched over an articulated metal frame so that the car can change shape.

See all our stories from June 2008

See also:

2008 review: January
2008 review: February
2008 review: March
2008 review: April
2008 review: May

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    Looking this photo “Dubai Opera House by Zaha Hadid Architects” , reminds me of the “Sydney Opera House”.
    There are some resemblance between two design, I think.