Dezeen Magazine

2009 review: June

Here are the five most viewed Dezeen stories from June this year. In first place was Section 1 of the High Line, a 1.5 mile long park on an abandoned elevated railway in New York.


At number two was an office in the woods near Madrid, designed by Spanish architects Jose Selgas and Lucia Cano of Selgascano for their own practice.


Third most popular was a split-level house in Sakuragawa by Japanese studio Suppose Design Office, our discovery of the summer.


Another house by Suppose Design Office, this time in Kamakura, Japan, occupies fourth position.


London architect Zaha Hadid comes in fifth with her design for Cairo Expo City in Egypt.

See all our stories from June 2009

See also:

January 2009 review
February 2009 review
March 2009 review
April 2009 review
May 2009 review

See review of all months in 2009

See our review of 2008