2 April: The week’s most read 02.04.15

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SelgasCano's Serpentine pavilion, Bernard Tschumi's Paris zoo and Barber Osgerby at the Bodleian were among the popular topics of the past seven days

1. Bernard Tschumi and Jacqueline Osty's Paris zoo

From our Zoos issue, Andrew Ayers's study of the redeveloped and expanded Parc Zoologique (above) was our most popular story of the past seven days.

2. Maria Jeglinska

Laura Snoad interviewed the French-born designer, who has become a leading light of Warsaw's emerging design scene. We take a closer look at Polish design and architecture in next month's issue.

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3. SelgasCano reveals 2015 Serpentine pavilion designs

Readers were keen for a first look at the Spanish practice's plans for the 15th annual pavilion in Hyde Park last week (night view, below). We interviewed the architects in our last issue, Colour.

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4. Barber Osgerby's Bodleian Libraries chair

As Wilkinson Eyre's refurbished Oxford library opened, we brought you an interview with designers Ed Barber and Jay Osgerby about their chair that will feature in the building (pictured below).

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5. Za'atari refugee camp: The architecture of exile

The cover story of our March issue, Camps, Conner Maher's visit to the Syrian settlement in Jordan (pictured below) continues to interest readers.

 

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