A writer’s shed, by day and night.
This giant basket is the HQ of the Longaberger Company—maker of handcrafted maple basket—in Newark, Ohio.
Located about 60 miles east of Seoul, South Korea, The Dreamy Camera is a cafe that looks like a giant Rolleiflex camera (the legendary twin-lens medium format camera, originally made by the German company, Franke & Heidecke).
The MiniMod is a stunning little prefab, beautifully presented.
An abandoned, outdoor movie theater that sits at the foot of a desert mountain range on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt.
In the illustration series, “Archist,” Federico Babina visualizes what buildings might look like had they been designed by 27 famous artists in their signature styles.
The penthouse atop Brooklyn’s iconic Clock Tower building in DUMBO was once a cardboard factory, built in 1915.
The Torch Hotel is a 984-feet-tall skyscraper hotel in Doha, Qatar.
The world’s largest “paper” cup is made of concrete and stands roughly 68 feet tall in front of the Solo HQ in Lake Forest, Illinois.
Solo is the maker of the iconic red beverage holder.
Covered with 8,920 copper plates and built at a cost of around £7million, this 15-story-high giant puffer fish is built on an island in the province of Jiangsu.
It’s a viewing tower.