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.
The Netherlands has long been known for being one of the most bicycle-friendly countries on earth. They're doubling down on that reputation, with the opening of the world's largest bicycle garage in Utrecht, which can hold over 13,000 bikes.
The Mars Curiosity rover is exploring Teal Ridge, a fascinating sedimentary rock formation,
Photographer Ben Simon Rehn shares a gorgeous collection of images from Iceland and Greenland.
We love these dreamy amusement park photos, their turquoise blue skies framing the rides, giving the series a pure, almost painterly-like style.
This dramatic swooping home has expansive glass walls that transition to a roof, bringing the beautiful natural surrounding into the home's interior.
This series by UK based-brothers JP and Mike Andrews show us a range of visuals from around the world, focusing on the way shadows appear, and patterns emerge from simple movements.
A colorful and elegant series of illustrations by Ranganath Krishnamani showing a road trip that winds itself throughout the country of India.
To mark the 50th Anniversary of the momentous Apollo 11 moon landing, Dutch group Woodwork has created a beautiful and compelling short film of the voyage.
Photographer Jani Ylinampa shows us a tiny Finnish island from above, captured in all four seasons.
A collection of remarkable photos from Tuesday's total solar eclipse in South America.
Talk about an out-of-this-world photo! Taken from the International Space Station, the amazing photos show Raikoke Volcano on Russia’s Kuril Islands erupting this past weekend.
Eerie yet beautiful series of abandoned homes in Saskatchewan, in all manner of decay. Specializing in capturing lost and abandoned architecture, photographer Laurelle June shows a side of the Canadian countryside that we don’t often see. Via DesignYouTrust: