Continuing our roundup of 2011, we take a look at the most popular Dezeen stories in August: Foster + Partners' designs for the new Apple campus in California made it to the top spot.
Next up is a proposal for a 200 metre-high commercial complex in Beijing comprising three pebble-shaped buildings by Zaha Hadid Architects.
This more geographically accurate version of the London Underground tube map came in third and caused quite an argument among our readers.
A coffee shop in Poland featuring an undulating ceiling of curved plywood ribs lands fourth place, although many readers thought they'd seen the same idea elsewhere.
The fifth most popular story in August was this installation where 65,000 CDs covered the floor of a former mortuary in Paris.
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