Our review of the year continues with October, during which the design of Zaha Hadid's stadium for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics was set to be scaled back after a number of high-profile architects rallied against its colossal size.
Norman Foster's $5bn Apple Campus was unanimously approved by Cupertino City Council, the same week that the British architect revealed how late Apple CEO Steve Jobs called him "out of the blue" in 2009 to invite him to design the giant ring-shaped structure.
It was also announced that Foster was to team up with Frank Gehry for the redevelopment of London's Battersea Power Station.
October's most popular story featured Zaha Hadid's sinuous superyacht designs.
A house with a facade that appears to slump down into the front yard in Margate also received lots of views.
6a Architect's timber extension that curves around a tree for architecture critic Rowan Moore and his family made third place.
An animation showing the completion of Antonio Gaudí's Sagrada Familia cathedral in Barcelona was the next most clicked.
Finally, a concrete art and design school at the University of Monterrey in Mexico by Tadao Ando rounded off our top five stories.
During the events, the Auckland Art Gallery in New Zealand was awarded the World Building of the Year prize and a Barcelona apartment with triangle-patterned floor tiles picked up World Interior of the Year.
Our tour moved swiftly on to Eindhoven for Dutch Design Week. We scouted a variety of projects that fused design and technology, including Dave Hakkens' Phoneblocks modular mobile phone concept and Pieke Bergmans' plastic lighting installations created using a technique similar to glass blowing.