We wrap up our review of this year's architecture and design news with December, when our top stories were all about wearable technology including 3D-printed shoes that could repair themselves overnight.
At the Wearable Futures event in London we picked out inks that change colour in different climatic conditions, and accessories that would deceive neuroimaging devices by diverting thoughts using electric shocks and flashing lights.
Photographs depicting a flat in Lyon after a messy party were most popular in December.
An energy-efficient home in a glazed box raised above the Dutch landscape came in second place.
Herzog & de Meuron's skyscraper proposed for east London was fourth most clicked.
Finally, PearsonLloyd's signage system for hospitals that was found to "reduce violence by 50 percent" rounded off our top five.
Our final Dezeen and MINI World Tour stop was Miami, where Jacques Herzog spoke to us about his firm's Pérez Art Museum and the work the studio is doing to deconstruct the city's "stupid architecture".
Also on show during the Design Miami exhibition was a series of hand-blown glass vessels that turn data from wind movement into projected patterns of light and a previously unrealised beach house by Modernist architect Charlotte Perriand.
Before the year finished we were delighted to announce that we topped 100,000,000 pageviews in 2013!
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