2011 review: June

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Zaha Hadid Architects top our list of the most popular stories in June 2011, with their Riverside Museum in Glasgow that features a zig-zagging metallic roof. 


Peter Zumthor took second place with his design for the 2011 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, which remained open to the public until mid-October.

Slowpoke Cafe by Sasufi

A 12 metre-long wall made from recycled timber offcuts features in Slowpoke Cafe in Melbourne and was the third most-viewed story of July.


The High Line Section 2 development of a derelict railway in New York into a public park was fourth most-clicked.

Doppelgänger by Didier Faustino

A mask that clamps over the faces of a kissing couple by Portuguese artist Didier Faustino came in fifth.

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