The end-of-the-decade lists keep coming with the help of the Washington Post and their list of the best architecture of the last decade. Philip Kennicott does the ranking and sites the symbiotic relationship of architecture and the economy. The events of September 11 started the decade with reconsiderations of building tall, but those fears soon passed as some of the world's tallest buildings were constructed in the oh's. Not surprising to anyone paying attention, a big push went toward 'green' construction. As for the best of the decade, here they are:
Ladies and Gentlemen! Presenting the Most Popular Do-It-Yourself Projects of the year of our Lord, Two Thousand, Double-Aught, and Nine.
Okay, well, the most popular projects picked by productivity and technology site Lifehacker. Oh, and only featuring projects highlighted by Lifehacker. And viewed in popularity on Lifehacker.
Still, it's a pretty good list, and a great year-end tribute to 365 days of creativity.
My faves are the secret...