This is an absolutely amazing house, so it’s pretty crazy than I can’t stop thinking about that garage. So dope. Studio MK27 is the firm behind this project known as the “P House.” Located in São Paulo, Brazil, the house is meant to be a puzzle game rotating three volumes around one nucleus. Pretty amazing.
In 1980 an earthquake measuring 6.89 on the richter scale wreaked havoc on the Irpinia region in Southern Italy. Many of the villages and buildings were destroyed during the quake. Although the area has a long history, it has been abandoned since it was evacuated. Most of the remaining structures, including the churches and chapels, have been looted for whatever goods were left. Photographers Jorge Mañes Rubio and Gianluca Tesauro decided to travel to the Irpinia region in order to capture the abandoned buildings in a new photography series entitled “Buona Fortuna”. The series of images provides a cool look back into the region’s past. Hopefully the area is rebuilt at some point.
Most of you have probably seen or heard of the Sky Deck in Chicago, but just in case that wasn’t trippy enough for tourists, there’s now the TILT attraction at Hancock Center. TILT gives you a great view of Chicago that looks straight out, but then to throw an extra twist in the plot, the attraction actually moves & tilts downward. Just watch the video.
Amazing cabin that’s incredibly portable & affordable? That’s what the group at Canoe Bay is offering. This is the ESCAPE cabin, and each one is custom-made to your specifications. Environmentally & energy-conscious, and delivered to wherever you like. Check out all the details here.
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.