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Architecture

Engineer Spends $220,000 Upcycling A Retired Boeing 727 Into A Home In The Woods

Bruce Campbell, a 64-year-old former engineer, spends half a year living in what would seem a picture from a surreal dream or a mystical film set – a Boeing 727 situated in the middle of the woods.

Traditional Victorian House Hides A Secret Room Behind Its Walls

This gorgeous 7,000 sq. ft. mansion in London is a typical example of Victorian architecture with 8 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 reception rooms and a study. But there’s something quirky and unexpected hidden behind those thick walls...

17 Of The Most Dreamlike Houses On Earth

This compilation of the most dreamlike, magical and surreal houses around the world shows just how far our imagination can take us when we want to make our dreams a reality.

20 Secret Rooms That Bring Fantasy Into Everyday Life

From the time we first read “Alice in Wonderland” or see our first spy movie with secret panic rooms or ghostly castles, we imagine secret rooms to be something remarkable, mystical and ultimately unachievable. However, secret rooms and passages can also be found in the privacy of our neighbours’ houses - even today.

Stunning Mosque In Iran Becomes A Magnificent Kaleidoscope When The Sun Rises

The exterior of the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran, while decorative, hints only vaguely at the colorful splendour held within. When you step inside, especially if it’s early in the morning, the mosque truly becomes a vivid and glorious kaleidoscope.

Glass Office Makes Employees Feel Like They‘re In The Middle Of The Woods

This unusual office building is an excellent example of sustainable architecture. The office is friendly both to the environment and to employees, which makes it an inspiring piece of architecture that most of us would love to work in.

Glass Box On The Top Of Mont Blanc Opens Up A 3,396 ft Of Void Below One’s Feet

The highest mountain peak in Europe, Aigulle du Midi, has just become even scarier for those with the fear of heights. The peak was improved with a glass box that the visitors may walk on, having one kilometer of pure void below their feet. There is no need to say how exciting and ,well, hair-raising...

Turda Salt Mine Transformed Into Underground History Museum

These seemingly-otherworldly structures are actually buried many meters below ground in the Turda Salt Mines in Romania. The structures are part of a comprehensive salt mining history museum that also features a number of other underground recreational buildings. Those with certain types of allergies also like to visit the mines because, while cool and humid,...

Ghostly Desert Homestead Uses Mirrors To Fool Observers

In the desert near Joshua Tree, California, there stands a 70-year-old homestead cabin that isn't all there. The ethereal cabin is part of an outdoor art installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III called Lucid Homestead. To give the cabin its striking appearance, the artist replaced strips of the wall with mirrors and the windows...

Architecture Student Converts Old School Bus Into Cozy Home And Travels Around USA

Hank bought a school bus that he later transformed into an actual living space during the course of 14 weeks. Working together with his brother and a friend, Hank equipped the bus with some highly functional beds, a kitchen, bathroom, storage and even found a way to recycle old basketball floor.

Cat Owner in Japan Builds an Outdoor Catwalk Around His House

Japanese cat owner created a fenced outdoor catwalk, which goes around the outer wall of his house and allows his feline friend to get some fresh air while still being safe and sound. In a country where even people don't have too much space around them, this sounds like a great way to make some...

Brooklyn’s Old Clock Tower Transformed Into a Modern Penthouse

Brooklyn's iconic Clock Tower on Main Street, New York, was transformed into a jaw-dropping triplex penthouse. All those who are house-hunting and have $18 million to spare, don't snooze!