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Shipping container retrofits are nothing new, designers and architects have been repurposing them for years. But we are still impressed by the concept, and especially like this project in Hocking Hills, Ohio.
The Inns Whiskey Bar in Chengdu China will make you feel like you've stepped inside a whiskey still, if not a glass of whiskey itself.
The Wukalina Walk Camp is a four-day walking tour that pays homage to aboriginal landscapes in Tasmania, and has elegant architectural buildouts.
Dutch photographer Albert Dros shows us the tiny town of the Zaanse Schans, which is just twenty minutes outside Amsterdam. Captured during a quiet sunny morning, Dros shows us the ideal little town bathed in fog and early morning light.
This slightly unnerving series show us flat, seemingly endless walls of windows.
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.
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.
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:
Fundamental Architects has a bold vision for a new building in the city of Nursultan, the capital of Kazakhstan.
Looking straight out of a science-fiction movie set, this beautiful and sleek restaurant has a design stays true to its futuristic vision. Architectural Decoration Design Co. is the firm that pulled it off, and the mirrors, sleek flowered panelling, and beautifully spare …
Armenian graphic designer and artist Nvard Yerkanian gives us a look at the modern yet somewhat dystopian Soviet designs of the 60s and 70s.
This beautiful 'treehouse' is more a modern cabin, built vertically, and suspended into the Mexican treetops.
This strange and startling concept by architect Amey Kandalgaonkar is about as 'out there' as we can imagine, merging ultra-modern lines with the organic natural forms of a craggy, enormous rock.