The Hanging Gardens of Babylon are an old world wonder. But the Floating Flower Garden by the Japanese art collective teamLab is definitely a modern wonder.
Another one rides the bus. And buses by Leap Transit are special: instead of mass transit, they‘re aiming for comfort.
Do interior plants dream about raindrops? Of course they do! They will love this cloud and immediately will forget about any watering can.
You know what is, like, so last year? Tables held up by actual table legs! They're so boring! That's why Duffy London (and Christopher Duffy in particular) has designed the UP Balloon Coffee Table.
Saving the environment is important - after all, we live there! Yet most of the time it's hard to it in style. That's no issue to Simin Qiu from London's Royal Collage of Art. This student has designed a faucet that saves water while also swirling it into mesmerizing patterns!
Many museums are really hostile towards people using cameras. Not this one, though - Manila's Art in Island encourages people to take a step into their 3D paintings and take pictures to their heart's content.
It's hard to be a vegan hunter, what with the whole 'not hurting animals' shtick. Elkabana is the project for those animal lovers who want wall trophies without killing anything.
'House untouched for 50 years' usually means rats, mold and various unspeakable things. However, when Nathan Chandler bought this home in 2010, he found a pleasant surprise: a kitchen that had remained untouched since it was finished in 1956.
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.
Hospitals are no fun: you’re sick, the food is horrible and everything looks bleak and sterile. But a British art organization by the name of Vital Arts (working for Barts NHS Trust and charitably funded) decided to something about that last part.
An Instructables user by the nickname of Baldur has installed star-like lights into the floor of his own bathroom. And he'll show you how!