One year ago...

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One year ago...

One year ago this week we published photos of the completed the Centro Niemeyer by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer in Avilés, Danish architects Bjarke Ingels Group won a competition to masterplan a new gateway to Stockholm at the intersection of two motorways and our most controversial story featured a Russian Orthodox church and cultural centre for a plot beside the Eiffel Tower in Paris. 

Marc Newson revealed an hourglass filled with ball-bearings instead of sand, Japanese studio Mitsutomo Matsunami Architect & Associates showed a row of prefabricated houses with facades that look like numbers and Foster + Partners completed two modular headquarters for a Moroccan bank.

Meanwhile the RIBA in London announced new rules so that UK architects must pay minimum wage for student placements and we showed more movies in our series of Dezeentalks at [D3] Design Talents.

See all our stories from March 2011 »
See our review of last year »