Dezeen's architecture and design videos received over 60 million plays in 2017 – double the figure from last year. Continuing our review of the year, digital editor Trudie Carter reveals the 10 captioned movies that went viral.
A range of expandable children's clothing became the breakout graduate project of the year, after our captioned Facebook video on the project amassed nearly five million views.
The stretchy garments, by Royal College of Art's Ryan Mario Yasin, went on to win the James Dyson Award for best student invention in the UK.
The decision to bulldoze proved controversial, but the brutalist building won't be forgotten – it recently it topped the Twentieth Century Society's list of lost architectural treasures, plus the V&A has acquired a one-bedroom flat from the building.
Saudi Arabia hit headlines this year after becoming the first nation to grant citizenship to an AI device.
The robot, who is called Sophia, showed off her conversational skills and facial expressions in this candid interview.
Ahead of the opening of its BIG-designed visitor centre, Lego offered a preview of the structure via drone.
The footage showcases its stacked-block formation and brightly coloured patios, which are designed to resemble the company's famous toy bricks.
Food-related videos dominate on Facebook, and these geometric tarts by architect-turned-patisserie chef Dinara Kasko are testament to that.
The project is a collaboration between artist José Margulis and Kasko, who strives to turn 3D dimensional artworks into sculptural desserts.
Early this year Dezeen announced a competition to come up with a design for the UK's passport post-Brexit. We received over 200 entries from 34 different countries, and our video of the nine shortlisted designs was picked up by national media – including BBC TV show Daily Politics.
Scottish graphic designer Ian Macfarlane's entry with a transitional cover was eventually chosen as the winner.
This movie offers a tour of the Sapporo cemetery, where Japanese architect Tadao Ando has concealed a stone statue of the buddha within a hill covered in lavender plants.
The video reveals the full impact of the intervention – prompting one reader to comment that it gave them a "religious experience".
A radical new form of 3D printing turned heads earlier this year, when researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology claimed they could print large objects much quicker using gel, rather than traditional methods.
This video demonstrates how the technology works.
This movie showcasing the kinetic facade of a theatre by Foster + Partners and Thomas Heatherwick featured in our Facebook video series dedicated to moving buildings.
Inspired by traditional Chinese theatres, the building's facade is made up of bronze tubes that hang in three layers and can be moved into multiple configurations.