Dezeen's top ten: robots


Two of our most popular movies on Dezeen Screen this month featured a robot that wakes its owner then poos on the floor and rioting robots on the streets of London, so we've compiled Dezeen's ten most popular stories about robots.

1: this conceptual high-rise with a facade that's constantly reconfigured by robotic arms is our most popular robot story.

2: second place goes to our story about Stefan Ulrich's shape-changing robot designed to relieve loneliness.

3: at number three is a robot called R-O-B  that builds walls and was responsible for the award-winning Structural Oscillations installation at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2008.

4: the Outrace robots, at number four, wrote messages in the sky at last year's London Design Festival.

5: our fifth most popular robot story is Kacey Wong's robot-shaped shelter for the homeless.

6: number six is Kibwe Tavares' Robots of Brixton video, in which a downtrodden robot workforce battles with police against a backdrop of dystopian architecture.

7: the Robox shelving system by Italian designer Fabio Novembre comes in at number six.

8: a tea house for robotic kitchen appliances is our eighth most-read story about robots.

9: number nine goes to these robot figurines made from found objects and re-appropriated components by Rusti D.

10: last but not least is this week's story about a combined vacuum cleaner, alarm clock and pet by Seoul designer Jeongmi Lee.

See all of Dezeen’s top ten stories here»

We’ll be back with another top ten next month!

Posted on Sunday July 31st 2011 at 7:08 pm by Kate Chiu. Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • love this robot " collection "….

  • Redhermann

    Where are the Robots from R&Sie? Francoise Roche?