The 24 Most Terrifying Places In The World To Look Down
Aug10

The 24 Most Terrifying Places In The World To Look Down

If you’re afraid of heights, turn back now. These are the most incredible (and mortifying) places to stand…and look down. 1 | Mont Blanc, French Alps Atop the 12,600 foot Aiguille du Midi peak is a glass cage named “Step into the Void.” Visitors enjoy the view of Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest mountain, from what is the world’s highest glass floor. 2 | The tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa in Dubai Burj Khalifa is 2,700...

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The 18 Most Innovative Cities On Earth
Aug07

The 18 Most Innovative Cities On Earth

Cities might be humanity’s greatest invention — if you listen to Harvard economist Ed Glaeser, author of  “Triumph of the City.” “So much of what humankind has achieved over the past three millennial has come out of the remarkable collaborative creations that come out of cities,” he said in an interview. “We are a social species. We come out of the womb with the ability to sop up information from...

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The 25 Most Breathtaking Rooftops You Will Want To Hang Out On Forever
Aug06

The 25 Most Breathtaking Rooftops You Will Want To Hang Out On Forever

I don’t think I’d ever go inside.

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The W Hotel in Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill
Jul27

The W Hotel in Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill

Spanish architect, Ricardo Bofill, designed the W Hotel in Barcelona. Completed in 2009, this 24 story, sail-shaped building, has become a landmark on the shoreline, providing exceptional Mediterranean views. W Barcelona: “An avant-garde icon of stunning architecture rising high above the Mediterranean in Spain’s most dynamic and stylish city, W Barcelona is designed by world-famed architect Ricardo Bofill. Located along the famed...

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24 Best Places to Visit in the USA
Jul09

24 Best Places to Visit in the USA

1. DenverNicknamed the “Mile-High City” because it sits exactly a mile high in altitude above sea level, Denver is Colorado’s capital and largest city. Located just east of the Rocky Mountains, Denver is a popular winter sport destination that celebrates its mining and cowboy history along with its modern arts and culture scene.2. AtlantaThe capital and largest city of Georgia, Atlanta is a sprawling, modern city with three urban...

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The Coolest New Buildings On The Planet, According To Architecture Fans – Part 2
Jul06

The Coolest New Buildings On The Planet, According To Architecture Fans – Part 2

The jury was comprised of 300 well-known figures in the field of Architecture and Design. The popular vote was determined by public online voting from over 100 countries.      

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The Linked Towers by UNStudio
Jul06

The Linked Towers by UNStudio

The Linked Towers are UNStudio’s proposal for the Tongzhou Central Business District in Beijing, China. A dynamic composition consisting of six towers, the design introduces asymmetry in plan, orientation, clustering and façade treatment. The use of asymmetry in this effect creates a far-reaching urban effect while simultaneously relating to users on a more personal scale. Taking up a site of 108,700 square meters, the collective...

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New York City at Night by Evan Joseph
Jun29

New York City at Night by Evan Joseph

Evan Joseph is one of the premiere photographers of New York City architecture and interiors. He released in October 2010 a book called New York City at Night, where he put together a collection of both aerial and street-level photos. This book features photographs of New York City’s most famous landmarks, such as the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty, as well as little-known areas of Manhattan like the nightclubs of...

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10 Strange Structural Engineering Marvels
Jun23

10 Strange Structural Engineering Marvels

What do the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World have in common? Most of these structures made the list because their grand scale inspired awe in travelers and scholars. The Colossus of Rhodes, for example, towered 110 feet (33.5 meters) above the Mediterranean Sea until an earthquake brought the bronze giant to its knees. The largest of the three Pyramids of Giza — Khufu — reigned as the world’s tallest building for...

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Playing with Architecture in Munich
Jun22

Playing with Architecture in Munich

Víctor Enrich ( Barcelona, February 20th, 1976 ). Born in a mid class family of both parents coming from the countryside was the only child for 21 years until his sister’s birth, Cristina, in 1997. Since very early years he manifests interest in music and starts receiving piano lessons even though as long as he grows up, geography, architecture and computers become the main pastimes after school. At the age of 18, he graduates and...

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