The ever-changing and iconic New York City skyline can probably be called a celebrity all its own. 432 Park Avenue is the address of a new 1,396-foot skyscraper that brings yet another extraordinary change not only to the city, but to the whole Western hemisphere, as it is now the tallest condo building in this...
This horse-shoe-shaped architectural marvel, The Markthal Rotterdam, features an open food market, 100 fresh produce units, 15 food shops, 8 restaurants, 228 apartments, and 1,200 parking places. It combines shopping, working and going out in one unit.
The remarkable 4-story Sharifi-ha House in Tehran has a built-in system allowing each of its rooms to rotate up to 90 degrees. Architectural studio Next Office completed this groundbreaking design in 2013. It lets the windows face outwards or inwards according to resident‘s mood or need for privacy, or the weather conditions.
Wat Rong Khun, better-known by Westerners as the White Temple, is a contemporary unconventional Buddhist temple in Thailand. We invite you to explore this architectural piece of art in a collection of the White Temple’s best photographs.
Inspired by the urban landscapes of the biggest cities in the world, Inomata used 3D printing to create elegant shells for the little hermit crabs, which change their shelters as soon as they grow out of their old ones.
One anonymous man behind the Project Gregory in Slovakia decided to repurpose the roadside billboards and extend them into economical houses for the homeless.
This is not a street art performance or part of a city festival - this is what the old town sector (or medina) in Chefchaouen, Morocco, has looked like every day of the year for quite a few decades. The vivid blue paint covers most of the medina's walls.
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.
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...
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.
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.
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.