This time last year work began on the Maggie's Centre for cancer care in Glasgow by OMA, which opened last month.
Industrial designer Bill Moggridge received the 2010 Prince Philip Designers Prize and a pitched-roof extension to a mill-keeper's cottage in Norfolk won the RIBA Manser Medal 2010 for the best new house in the UK.
Niels van Eijk and Miriam van der Lubbe completed the high-tech refurbishment of a concert hall in Eindhoven and our readers loved a school extension in Spain with a chalkboard wall.
Meanwhile, Belgian designers Quinze & Milan created a deconstructed chair with layers of fabric wedged into a wooden frame, Studio Swine built a mobile stall for cooking and selling pigs heads and architect Richard Meier designed a pewter menorah featuring architectural forms that commemorated 4000 years of Jewish history.
We also rounded up all of our stories featuring industrial buildings and featured projects from the 2010 Tokyo Designer's Week.
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