2010 review: January

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2010 review - January

To finish off the year we’re going to showcase the five most popular Dezeen stories from each month in 2010. Number one in January was the Eco-friendly phone by Daizi Zheng, a conceptual mobile phone that could be powered by sugary drinks.

2010 review - January

Second most popular was Axial Symphony, a renovation of an apartment in Shenzhen, China, by Design Systems, complete with undulating lawn.

2010 review - January

Louvre Lens, an outpost of the Paris Musée du Louvre by Japanese architects SANAA came third.

2010 review - January

In fourth place was this rectangular townhouse by Swedish architects Elding Oscarson, located in Landskrona, Sweden.

2010 review - January

And at number five was this family house in St. John's Wood by London studio Hogarth Architects, featuring a façade with overlapping sheets of bronze and stone.

See all our stories from January 2010 »

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Posted on Tuesday December 28th 2010 at 3:03 am by Catherine Warmann. Copyright policy | Comments policy