Top 10 Most Viewed Projects On World Of Architecture In 2012

This is our first “fresh year start” and we decided to take a look back to the previous year and list the most viewed projects. Although we’re still “baby” on the internet, these 8 months behind us were amazing and we are very thankful to every visitor that came to our website. Here is 10 most viewed and popular projects on World of Architecture. Enjoy.
#1 Famous celebrity house, Kim Kardashian’s home in Beverly Hills, California. 

Kim Kardashian home, Beverly Hills, California

#2 New L’Oreal office building by IAMZ Design Studio in Stockholm, Sweden.

New L’Oreal Office Building by IAMZ Design Studio, Stockholm, Sweden
© IAMZ Design Studio

#3 Property Search took us to the luxury penthouse in Ritz Carlton Dallas, Texas.

Property Search: Penthouse In Ritz Carlton Dallas, Texas
© courtesy of Jameslist

#4 Another celebrity house, Justin Bieber’s home in California

Justin Bieber Home in California
© America’s Real Estate Portal

#5 World’s narrowest house, built in Warsaw, Poland

World’s Narrowest House interior, Keret House, Warsaw, Poland
© Dom Kereta/Polish Modern Art Foundation

#6 Sky City project in Changsha, the skyscraper which took a lot of attention because of its ambitious plan to became new world’s tallest building in only 3 months!

Sky City Changsha, China

#7 Kingdom Tower in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The first skyscraper which will brake 1km mark into the sky and became world’s tallest building. Foundation work is under way at the moment.

World’s Tallest Building: Kingdom Tower, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

#8 Safe House by KWK Promes in Warsaw, Poland. Probably the safest house in the world!

Safe House by KWK Promes, Warsaw, Poland
© Aleksander Rutkowski

#9 One of the most impressive dream homes published here, incredible Lam House by Nico van der Meulen Architects in South Africa.

Dream home called Lam House by Nico van der Meulen Architects, Johannesburg, South Africa
© Barry Goldman / David Ross

#10 The Glass Pavilion, also known as the most minimalist house ever built.

The Glass Pavilion by Steve Hermann In California
© William MacCollum

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