Dezeen's videos received over 30 million plays in 2016. For our review of the year, studio director Ben Hobson has selected the 10 that sum up the year, including our interview with Bjarke Ingels at the opening of this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion and our video tribute to the late Zaha Hadid.
Architecture lost one of its leading stars in 2016 when Zaha Hadid died suddenly from a heart attack in March.
Dezeen teamed up with Architizer to create this memorial video, which features moving tributes from architects including Norman Foster, Bjarke Ingels, Richard Rogers, Daniel Libeskind, Amanda Levete and Patrik Schumacher.
Zaha Hadid Architects director Patrik Schumacher set out a series of controversial proposals for solving London's housing crisis during his keynote seminar at World Architecture Festival 2016, which Dezeen streamed live on our Facebook page.
The talk was the catalyst for a series of vigorous debates on the Dezeen comment boards, which was soon picked up by the national press.
In this exclusive movie filmed at the opening of the pavilion in June, Ingels explains how he used stacks of fibreglass boxes to create a huge undulating structure on the lawns of Kensington Gardens in London.
The video is part of our Future Makers video series in collaboration with Autodesk, which explores how designers are harnessing new digital tools and advanced manufacturing technology to pioneer the future of making things.
London designer Sebastian Wrong reflects on living with the distinctive sound made by his 2007 Font Clock for Established & Sons in the this movie from our Most Loved video series in partnership with MINI, which celebrates design objects that have found a special place in people's hearts.
In this world-exclusive movie, fashion designer Kim Jones unveiled his compactable collection of clothes and shoes designed for athletes travelling to the Rio 2016 Olympics, which he created by reinterpreting classic Nike designs.
MINI worked with London architect Asif Khan to create a series of installations during London Design Festival this year.
MINI's Oke Hauser explains why the car brand is experimenting with architecture in this movie.
In this video, he explains why he used recycled material from traditional Chinese buildings to construct the Ningbo History Museum, one of his studio's most iconic buildings.
Moroso creative director Patrizia Moroso gave Dezeen a personal behind-the-scenes tour of the "hidden heart" of the furniture brand's factory in Italy.