Next up: the five most popular Dezeen stories from July 2009. In first place was Ink Calendar by Spanish designer Oscar Diaz, which uses the capillary action of ink spreading across paper to display the date.
House in Nagoya by Japanese studio Suppose Design Office, incorporating a room dedicated to plants, was at number two.
In third place was a range of polo shirts created by Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana for fashion brand Lacoste.
Office for Metropolitan Architecture were in fourth place with MahaNakhon, their glass skyscraper for Bangkok in Thailand.
Fifth most popular in July was Celosia Residence, a social housing project in Madrid by Dutch architects MVRDV in collaboration with Madrid architect Blanca Lleó.