ArchDaily: 7 Years, 7 Most Popular Projects

Today, ArchDaily is celebrating its seventh birthday (check out our letter to our readers and our infographic "7 Years of ArchDaily"). Our seventh birthday is a chance to reflect on our story, and to thank the readers that have helped to shape our course over the years, but of course there is one more ingredient that has helped to make us the world's most visited architecture website: great projects from talented designers all over the world. In fact as of press time, we have published 15,942 projects in total, an astonishing number that demonstrates the sheer quantity of architects out there working for a better world.

Which of these thousands of projects have had the biggest impact on you, our readers? Join us after the break as we look back at seven buildings that rose above the fray to become the most-viewed project in each of our seven years.

2008: Oslo Opera House / Snohetta

© Snohetta

2009: Selgas Cano Architecture Office / Selgas Cano

© Iwan Baan

2010: Townhouse / Elding Oscarson

© Åke E:son Lindman

2011: House in Leiria / Aires Mateus

© Fernando Guerra | FG+SG

2012: Moses Bridge / RO&AD Architecten

Courtesy of RO&AD Architecten

2013: Heydar Aliyev Center / Zaha Hadid Architects

© Iwan Baan

2014: Sharifi-ha House / Nextoffice – Alireza Taghaboni

Courtesy of nextoffice
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Cite: AD Editorial Team. "ArchDaily: 7 Years, 7 Most Popular Projects" 09 Mar 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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