We haven’t showcased many houses from the Big Sur area in Cali, but either way, this one probably takes the cake as dopest. Fougeron Architecture put together this amazing vacation home that looks out into the Pacific Ocean. Views for days.
Google Maps is becoming one of the coolest things on the internet. I would much rather check places like this out in person, but it’s still very cool to be able to take a virtual tour on the internet. Head over to Google Maps to view the museum.
This enormous inflatable bean blob is actually a new easily-transportable concert hall that can seat up to 500. And it looks like a giant butthole.
Steve McQueen’s Pioneer Moon Ranch in Idaho recently hit the market with a price tag of $7,400,000.
Fishspace is a unique fish tank that allows you to attach toy building blocks like LEGO’s or Megabloks to a rim along the top, inside and underneath the tank to create a scenic view for your pet fish. This isn’t just for children, it’s for anyone who is young at heart. Also let’s not forget the fish, they benefit from having a bright, stimulating environment.
It seems that Las Vegas icon Wayne Newton has ran into some hard times. His former 36-acre Las Vegas ranch was recently put up for sale with a price tag of $70 Million. Unfortunately for Wayne the house was put on the market due to him filing for bankruptcy.
This has got to be one of the dopest penthouses that we’ve featured. This penthouse is located in the W Tower in Park Tzameret in Tel Aviv. It has some of the most amazing views, and a ton of features including bedrooms that can be controlled from your iPhone. Amazing.
Carlos Ayesta is an architectural photographer who rappels down the sides of skyscrapers in order to capture these amazing, gravity defying architectural photographs. Watch the short video below to get a better idea of his photography process.
Artist Cory Stevens combined his love for photography, digital design, and architecture when he created these architectural compositions. He layered architectural photographs to resemble the images found in Kaleidoscopes. Stevens’ used both modern and historical architecture when creating these works.