A comprehensive collection of world-class architecture from around the world. Cutting-edge design, fascinating projects, eco-friendly technology.
This slightly unnerving series show us flat, seemingly endless walls of windows.
The Argo crib by Ludwig & Dominique is being described as the 'Eames Chair' of baby bassinets, or cribs.
This warm and inviting Spice Garden Dining Hall in South Africa specializes in plants that are aromatic and pay tribute to the spice trade.
Located in Bangkok, this rooftop home on top of a five-story building flexes its minimalist designer style with sleek lines and clean open spaces.
Wild Coast Tented Lodge is a scenic retreat in Sri Lanka on the Indian Ocean. Consisting of 36 domed 'tents', the resort is a five-star beauty, complete with teak floors, copper tubs, and poolside bar.
The country of Luxembourg is the second smallest in Europe. Though it packs a punch, in terms of architecture and design.
This gem of a dessert bar lives in Hong Kong, and offers up bright, mesmeric colors, and postmodern shapes and forms.
When you think about a cabin in the woods, especially in upstate New York, you probably don't think about a cutting-edge, 3D-printed cocoon dwelling that was originally planned for Mars habitation.
This modern cottage design is the work of Wamhouse Studio, featuring a unique angled design, inset windows, and a green, growing roof.
This Japanese auditorium located in Ehime Prefecture has seats that are painted 1000 different colors, creating a dramatic rainbow look.
This dramatic swooping home has expansive glass walls that transition to a roof, bringing the beautiful natural surrounding into the home's interior.
We're impressed by the ingenuity of these Switch lights, that look like a standard rocker switch, but actually conceal a subtle ambient light, and can be tilted up or down, as needed.
This powerful sand sculpture entitled Liberty Crumbling is the work of Damon Langlois, and shows Lincoln in his monument, but his head is depressingly in his hands. Below, the base of the sculpture shows deep cracks, like it's beginning to crumble.
You'll be excused if these optical illusion murals from Italian artist Peeta scramble your brain a little bit.