2011 review: May

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Finger-Nose Stylus by Dominic Wilcox

Continuing our review of 2011, we take a look at the most popular stories from May. In first place was the Finger-nose Stylus by Dominic Wilcox, which straps over the nose and enables the user to securely operate a touch-screen device with one hand. 

Une-Architecture-Mobile-Art-Paris-by-Zaha-Hadid

In second place is an exhibition of work by London architect Zaha Hadid inside her Mobile Art Pavilion outside the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris.

Villa-Överby-by-John-Robert-Nilsson

A house on a hilltop in Sweden by John Robert Nilsson came in third, with readers claiming it would be an ideal setting for a Bond film.

Nest by UID Architects

A timber house in Japan with wide openings in the wall, roof and floorplate was the fourth most-viewed story of the month.

The Bird's Nest by Inrednin Gsgruppen

Completing our list for the month is a large birds nest hotel in Sweden, supported by existing trees and with a retractable staircase.

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