Second up it's The Pool Shophouse by FARM and KD architects, a converted 1920s shophouse in Singapore with, you've guessed it, a pool inside.
Dominic Wilcox's No Place Like Home GPS shoes with LED lights in the toes to guide you home are at number three.
Fourth place goes to the Offices for Junta de Castilla y León by Alberto Campo Baeza, wrapped in glass behind a stone perimeter wall.
An interview we filmed with curator Justin McGuirk about his Golden Lion-winning exhibit at the Venice Architecture Biennale, looking at community living in a vertical slum in Caracas, comes in at number five.
In News, the 3D printing revolution took a controversial turn in September when it emerged that libertarian activists in the US planned to distribute open-source blueprints for homemade 3D-printed guns.
Dezeen was featured in Apple's launch of the iPhone 5 and makes an appearance in the movie demonstrating the new product. That same month, Apple was named best design studio of the past 50 years at one-off D&AD ceremony and it emerged that Apple industrial designer Jonathan Ive is to design a camera for German brand Leica.
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