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From Frank Gehry giving the finger and claiming that today’s architecture is 98% “pure shit,” to the Guggenheim Helsinki competition receiving 1,715 entries and becoming the most popular architecture competition in history, 2014 has been an eventful year. The following 20 stories were the most read of the year, generating discussion among readers and provoking interesting comments. Ranging from lighthearted lists (25 Free Architecture Books You Can Read Online) to articles analyzing how future cities might look (Hamburg’s Plan to Eliminate Cars in 20 Years), here are the top 20 stories of 2014.  20. Hamburg’s Plan to Eliminate Cars in 20 Years 19. Norman Foster-Designed Scheme Aims to Transform London into "Cycling Utopia" 18. 25 Free Architecture Books You Can Read Online 17. The World’s 10 Tallest New Buildings of 2015 View more View full description
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