Dec 20 2011
Dmitry Rybolovlev has just purchased Manhattan's most expensive penthouse for his daughter, where she plans to live full time. It is located in the most expensive part of Manhattan and is facing the legendary Central Park. See inside for more pictures.
Dec 20 2011
If you enjoy being absorbed by your surroundings when you travel, then this is a luxury resort for you! Experience the traditional style villas built in a peaceful part of the mountains beside smoky volcanoes and rice terraces in the jungle. Oh I think I forgot to mention their ultra cool dual step "infinity pool".
Dec 19 2011
This is our compilation of the 15 coolest pools around the planet. Where would you like to go this winter?
Dec 16 2011
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Dec 2 2011
"These photographs of Tower Bridge being constructed have been unveiled after a stash of hundred-year-old photos were found in a skip. The 50 sepia pictures, the most recent of which date back to 1892, reveal in incredible detail the ingenuity behind one of the capital's most popular tourist destinations."
Nov 24 2011
Currently the tallest structure in the world, Burj Khalifa (formerly known as Burj Dubai) soars at an immense 2,723ft (829.84m). The total project cost of this skyscraper was an astonishing 1.5 billion US Dollars. It is a mixed use structure that has everything including residence, hotel and offices.
Nov 7 2011
Take a look inside of this state-run Sixth Pharmaceutical Company, and have a guess at how well their business is doing. The factory includes swimming pools, gyms, billiards rooms - oh and did I mention the Versailles-like architecture? That is what Communism does people...
Nov 3 2011
Talk about sustainable, green architecture! In Meghalaya (north-eastern state of India) people construct "living bridges" by the living roots of Fig Trees. It is a truly remarkable to see people living in such harmony with nature. More of this should happen all over the world!
Oct 26 2011
The city of Atlantis. Described by many as the most advanced of the human civilizations. Some believe that the city was destroyed by one of the greatest natural disasters known to man, while others believe that it was only Plato's imagination.
The following article contains some "facts", conceptual images and a video. Dream a little!