2008 review: July

Moving on to our top five Dezeen stories from July: design graduate Oliver Bishop-Young's SkipWaste project was the most-viewed story of the month.


The second most-viewed post was Limes Hotel by Argentinian designer Alexander Lotersztain.


Thirdly, French design collective Duende presented La Part des Anges - a collection of objects for eating or burying placenta.


Fourth most-clicked was Feldbalz, a new home overlooking Lake Zurich designed by Swiss architect Gus Wüstemann.


Fifth was a story detailing the six buildings shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize 2008 (which was later won by the Accordia housing project).

See all our stories from July 2008

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