Walking under trees is nice and all, but it's also very usual. That's why Kirstenbosch Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway in Cape Town (South Africa) is so uso much fun: it snakes its way above the tree canopy.
Every kid wants to have a house in a tree - a treehouse, if you will - but what about adults? Well, Luciano Pia has designed 25 Verde, a house so full of trees, it's almost like living in one.
Public urination is bad, and if you don't agree, you're probably peeing on a wall yourself. St. Pauli district of Hamburg, tired of partygoers marking their territory, is getting some 'peeback'.
Tower Bridge isn't the only bridge in London, though it is the most iconic. Well, The London Borough of Wandsworth is having a competition for a new bridge between Nine Elms and Pimlico, and the results so far seem somewhat crazy.
Most strolls down a grassy path don't invoke vertigo - but this one does. This project by Zalewski Architecture Group from Poland is grassy walkway suspended high above their yard.
Everybody who loves a good book loves a good bookstore, too, and this new bookstore in Bucharest, Romania is one of the most beautiful ones we've ever seen! The bookstore is located in Cărtureşti Carusel, a XIX century piece of architectural art in the Old Town.
The Australian F2 Architecture firm created a magnificent rental house on a beach in Southern Australia that seems to float above the sea. The illusions disappears, however, as soon as you walk away from the bridge that connects the house to the ground.
Aside from the thousands of various skills and crafts that the Japanese are famous for, they are also admired for their traditional carpentry, which lets them create furniture and buildings without using any nails.
This list covers the most impressive old and new libraries around the world!
New York-based French photographer Franck Bohbot has his camera lenses focused on the most beautiful library interiors in the world for quite some time.
Italian artist Guiliano Mauri is the father of this spectacular Cattedrale Vegetale (Tree Cathedral), a unique building created out of rows of real living trees.
After being cut off from most of his projects due to artistic differences between him and his commissioners, the artist decided to start his own personal and independent project and to dedicate 10 years of his life to dig a cave subject only to his own artistic vision.