Dezeen Magazine

2012 review: March

Our most widely read story in March was a tea house and library constructed around a tree by Archi-Union, plus we launched two new projects of our own.

The Bank by Liz Muller for Starbucks

Mirroring February, our second most popular story in March was for a Starbucks branch, this time one inside a historic bank vault in Amsterdam by Liz Muller.

Haus D10 by Werner Sobek

A pavilion-like house by Werner Sobek sits at number three, with glazed panels sandwiched between an overhanging roof and plinth.

192 Shoreham Street by Project Orange

193 Shoreham Street in Sheffield by Project Orange comes in at number four, extending a brick building in Sheffield with a powder-coated steel volume.

Enzo Ferrari Museum by Future Systems

Finishing off our most popular stories in March is the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena, Italy, by the late Czech architect and Future Systems founder Jan Kaplický, though our readers wondered if it might have been beter in red.

Also in March, we launched our Dezeen Music Project to promote new, original music by upcoming musicians and our Designed in Hackney initiative to promote local creatives, and Dezeen was named #01 in the Best Blogs list of top 50 design blogs.

See all our stories from March 2012 »

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