Continuing our review of the past year, our most popular story in July 2010 was an exhibition designed and curated by Zaha Hadid at Galerie Gmurzynska Zurich, tracing Hadid's interest in the Russian avant-garde.
Coming in second place was Jean Nouvel's red Serpentine Gallery Pavilion erected in Kensington Gardens, London, over the summer.
More from Zaha Hadid! This time in third place with a proposal for a new dance and music centre in the Hague, the Netherlands, clad in horizontal louvres.
Alain de Botton's Living Architecture project to build five holiday homes in various locations in the UK by prominent architects including Peter Zumthor (above), MVRDV, Nord Architecture, Hopkins Architects and Jarmund/Vigsnæs Architects came in fourth.
In fifth place was this long, narrow house in Okinawa, Japan, by Shinichi Ogawa & Associates, divided lenghtways lengthways into a courtyard and living space.