20+ Of The World’s Most Iconic Landmarks Before They Were Finished
Sep21

20+ Of The World’s Most Iconic Landmarks Before They Were Finished

You’d probably only have to see a small glimpse of the Lincoln Memorial to be able to identify it, and most people recognize the Eiffel Tower without giving it much thought. That’s because buildings and monuments like this are so iconic, they’ve simply become ingrained in our minds. But what did these historic structures look like before they were historic? The world’s most iconic landmarks are a big draw for...

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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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25 Stunning Pools Worth Visiting In your Life Time
Jul30

25 Stunning Pools Worth Visiting In your Life Time

Thinking of a late summer jaunt? If you do, then don’t forget to consider the following destinations. Known it’s world class service, pools, and breathtaking views. 1 | The Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore 2 | Berlin’s Arena Badeschiff Pool 3 | Rio de Janeiro’s Hotel Fasano 4 | Hard Rock in Las Vegas 5 | Hanging Gardens in Ubud, Indonesia 6 | Sixty LES, New York City 7 | San Alfonso del Mar, Chile 8 | St....

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Tresarca by assemblageSTUDIO
Jul19

Tresarca by assemblageSTUDIO

Tresarca is a private residence designed by assemblageSTUDIO. It is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Tresarca by assemblageSTUDIO: “Nevada is a state of two worlds, one of glitz and glamour on the Las Vegas Strip which seeks to transplant imagery from around the globe to mesmerize the minds of 40 million tourists. While the latter develops its architecture from local materials, whose vernacular represents function over form. At...

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