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Picturesque Mountain Hut Offers Modern Luxury Slopes

If wining and dining amidst luxurious views of the Italian Dolomites sounds like a dream vacation, you can now do exactly that. In 2015, Peter Pichler Architecture and Pavol Mikolajcak Architekt won a competition to design the stunning Obereggen Mountain Hut. Picturesque Mountain Hut Offers Modern Luxury Slopes The Obereggen Mountain Hut is a modern take […]

Most Amazing Examples Of Modern Japanese Architecture

The list of reasons to visit Japan is pretty much endless. But one of the best excuses to pack your bags and jump on the next plane to Tokyo. It is incredibly diverse and innovative array of modern Japanese architecture. Modern Japanese Architecture As you can see from this list compiled, there seems to be […]

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Tallest Single Family Home That Lets You Sleep In Sky

North America’s tallest single family home is back on the market. The 6,200-square-foot house, called Falcon Nest, is located in Prescott, Arizona and carries a price tag of $1.5 million. And while the 124-foot-tall home isn’t the tallest in the world—that honor belongs to a colossal house in India. It will still get you close to the […]

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Architects Design World’s Longest Skyscraper In New York

Skyscrapers have long defined the Manhattan skyline, but an increased obsession with height is creating an unprecedented strain on the urban environment. What if instead of fighting for the prize of the tallest building, architects created the longest? This is exactly what architectural firm Oiio Studio aimed for when creating its new architecture concept, The Bend. Currently, […]

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Eco Friendly Home Built Inside Desert Rock Formation

Living under a rock takes on a whole new meaning with Cliff Haven. The creatively designed Eco friendly home in remote Southeastern Utah is built directly into its surrounding red rock formations. The 12 acre wild west escape gazes over vast and incredible views of Montezuma Canyon. Currently for sale, the property has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a two-car […]

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Visually Satisfying Budapest Ornate Theaters Symmetry

Shot entirely in Budapest Ornate Theaters, Zsolt Hlinka‘s Auditorium is a photographic series that captures the symmetrical splendor of indoor architecture. Once again relying on symmetrical compositions, the photographer focuses on empty theaters for this new work. Seeing these spaces devoid of people allows the eye to appreciate the lines of each elegant interior. These ornate theaters […]

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Brace The Difference Between Travel Expectations Vs. Reality

Enjoying a picnic near the Eiffel Tower Actually it depends when you go. That picture looks like it is from a special event not a normal day. Normally it’s more locals who picnic and most of them leave Paris in the summer. Visiting The Great Wall Of China This is only in October, and in […]

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