Can I just be a multi-millionaire now? We could all use a incredibly dope penthouse like this in our life. Sitting inside Brooklyn’s iconic clock tower is this penthouse filled with some exquisite views. The cost of owning a one-of-a-kind pad like this? Oh, just $18,000,000. Located at 1 Main Street, the property is available to purchase now. Check out the full listing here.
Ok, we’ve shared quite a few offices, but this one definitely sits somewhere atop the list of dopest workspaces. Architectural Firm, Kinzo Berlin, recently finished these headquarters for SoundCloud. It’s definitely filled with lots of cozy places & comfortable meeting spots.
Dubai has never been shy about showing off, I mean, they have Bugatti police cars! They have the world’s tallest building, and a freakin’ underwater hotel. Now, they will have the world’s first temperature-controlled city, Mall of the World.
This just might be one of the nicest office spaces I’ve seen. Ad agency, Wieden+Kennedy, is based out of NYC where these offices are located. Designed by WORKac the workspace features plenty of places to get your creative thinking on. That outdoor area looks incredible.
VERVE is a Irish Live Communication Agency based in Dublin. Recently, they were on the search for new office space, and chose this 20th century building that was once a candle factory. One of the dopest spots in the office is the 1973 Citroen DS that’s been converted to a meeting space that fits 4.
Known as “The Crossroads of the World” and “The Center of the Universe,” Times Square in New York City has become one of the most highly trafficked commercial intersections on Earth.
This is quite possibly the dopest penthouse I’ve ever seen. Is it just me or does the outside look like a tank with a cannon on each end? Anyways, Bernard Khoury is responsible for this incredible dwelling located in Beirut, Lebanon. It sits at the 9th level atop it’s building, and is actually a 3-story penthouse. The end result imitates an independent house sitting on top of a building. Check out full details on Bernard Khoury’s website.
Rally Car driver and DC Shoes founder Ken Block is taking a break from his Gymkhana series to give a tour of the new Hoonigan Racing Headquarters. Located in Park City, UT, the new HQ is home to several Ford cars, a kitchen made from recycled skateboards, and Block’s very dope office. Check out the entire space in the video above.
Some of the houses we post seem like the dopest cribs we’ve ever seen, but then a new one always comes along and blows us away. This home, located on Palm Royale Blvd in Sugar Land, TX, is epitome of luxury. It’s pretty expensive, but definitely less than I was expecting at $12,800,000. Hit the listing here.
You ever just look at a ballin’ pad like this & think “man, my pad sucks”? That’s basically what I did when I came across this beautiful waterfront designer villa in the Santa Posa region of Mallorca. It’s available for just a shade under $6,500,000, check out the listing here.
Since launching in 2009, Hootsuite has grown into a social media giant that aims to simplify social media. With a workforce of 300 Hootsuite decided it was time for a new office. SSDF Interiors transformed a 33,000 square foot former police station into a modern workspace that comfortably fits all of Hootsuite’s current employees and leaves room for growth. Check out the new digs below.
Now this would be pretty cool. Bruce Campbell is the owner of this recycled Boeing 727 located in the woods of Portland, Oregon. I think I would deck out the interior a little bit more than he has, but perhaps he ran out of money for interior renovations after dropping $220K to purchase the old aircraft. He’s only in the USA for 6 months out of the year & then in Japan the other 6 months, where he has plans to do the same thing there. Check out all the info on this project over on his website.
The Pontiac Silverdome has housed some incredibly large and historic events, but yet today it’s stands empty & unused. It’s unfortunate to see the road that Detroit has gone down lately, and hopefully they can get out of this rut. Abandoned architecture will always make for some cool photographs though.