With Mad Men in its final season there is no better time to celebrate its greatness. Much of the Mad Men praise has been focused on the characters impeccable sense of fashion as well as the award-winning set designs. Creator Matthew Weiner invited Interior Design to tour Don Draper’s Park Avenue apartment, the agency’s Time & Life Building office, and more of the shows legendary sets. Take a closer look below.
I’m tired of sitting around wondering when Summer is going to be here. I need just to move to a place like this where it seems like Summer all year long. Olson Kundig Architects designed & developed this amazing oceanfront property in Baja. Amazing.
Some houses are just too incredible to describe with words. Is that an excuse for me not to have to write as much about this home? Maybe. Maybe not. This is the Villa Chameleon in the residential area of Son Vida located in Spain. It’s currently up for sale, and you can view the listing here.
Gentrification in New York City has become a growing issue as of late. For those of us who don’t live in NYC, it may be hard to understand how much the city is changing. Photographers James and Karla Murray decided to document the changing landscape of the Big Apple so the entire world can witness what is happening.
If & when this becomes a real thing, I’m definitely going to have to add it to my bucket list. Dubai always has the illest architecture out there, and this underwater hotel does not stray from that. The concept was developed by DOT (Deep Ocean Technology).
Malls are continually becoming a thing of the past. Online shopping is at an all-time high, and stores are dropping from these giant retail buildings like flies. Apparently, people really enjoy these abandoned malls though, as there is a Facebook page for “Dead Malls Enthusiasts.”