Jul 10 2012
A beautiful design, with non-impending features to blend with the wild life around – what more could you want from a swimming pool? Using bio life instead of chemicals like chlorine, these pools are also better for their users. Make sure to check out BIOTOP's website for more info.
Jul 7 2012
During its final years, Kowloon Walled City became the most densely populated place on earth with 50,000 people crammed into a few city blocks. Experience the city with two Canadian photographers Greg Girard and Ian Lamboth before it was demolished in 1992.
Jun 16 2012
We love the amount of surreal that is added into these photos. Hope you do too, make sure to check out Alisdair's official website.
Jun 8 2012
We love seeing conversions of old property into something beautiful. The brick exposed walls and arches are a nice touch to this contemporary apartment. Located inside of the “Leicester House” (a historical 1880's building) in Melbourne, Australia.
May 30 2012
International singing star Celine Dion and her husband Rene Angelil have decided to put up their Montreal-area home for sale at a whopping $29.7 million. Making this particular property the most expensive in the entire province of Quebec.
Apr 29 2012
Taken from the roof of Robert Gear Building – suspenders and saddles hang free before the road construction begins. Photo by Eugene de Salignac / NYC Municipal Archives.
Apr 21 2012
Seems like most of the cool abandoned places are located in Russia (probably has something to do with the break up of Soviet Union). Located in Moscow.
Apr 13 2012
When it was discovered in 1973 by Ricardo Bofill this Cement factory was made up of 30 silos, underground galleries and huge engine rooms which made it perfect for a restoration project. After it was acquired by Ricardo it was converted into his personal mansion and architectural office. The old yard has been converted into a beautiful blossoming botanical garden. Looks amazing!
Mar 30 2012
A very complex piece of architecture this CCTV Tower is in Beijing, China. It was built as two towers, which were later joined in the middle. In order not to lock in structural differentials this connection was scheduled in the early morning when the steel in the two towers cooled to the same temperature. This was extremely difficult to achieve as the building itself is in seismic zone.
Mar 7 2012
In the 1960's and 1970's, Yugoslavians built monumental sculptures to commemorate World War II.