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TreeHouse Point: The Treetop Getaway For Grown-Ups
Explore TreeHouse Point, Washington's wondrous treehouse hotel, and discover its surprising ins and outs with these stunning photos.
Robert Bruno’s Home With A Snout
It only took 23 years and 110 tons of steel for Robert Bruno's dream home in Lubbock, Texas to come into being.
A Constellation Of Temples Composes Bagan, Myanmar
As Bagan's design suggests, there's no better to way signify cultural and political dominance than by erecting thousands of religious shrines.
What We Love This Week, Volume CXXVI
Dazzling creatures glow under the sea, the world's most bizarre homes and gigantic buildings on land, stunning landscape photography from the sky.
Brutalism: Brusque, Ugly And Totally Functional
Hitting its stride from the 1950s to the 1970s, brutalism presented an architecture that preferred strength and function to visually pleasing form.
Façadism: Proof That Compromise Does (Or Doesn’t) Work
Can you bring together two architectural styles to form one coherent piece? That's what designers in Valparaiso, Chile seem to think.
These Whimsical Flying Houses Speak To Your Inner Child
Whimsical. Dreamy. Imaginative. We know you'll adore French photographer Laurent Chehere's photography project "Flying Houses."
The Weird And Wonderful Houses Of Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda was a man who practiced what he preached. He embraced the odd in all facets of life, be it his prose or interior design. These homes prove it.
Your Dream Home Is Actually In Lima, Peru
Architectural firm Domenack Arquitectos have played with space and enclosures to generate the perfect, open home for Peruvian climates.
What We Love This Week, Volume CXXII
Hanging out in houses two feet wide, heading to the beauty parlor...of terror!, checking in on Tuscany's sheep--that was our week.
Six Modern Buildings You Won’t Believe Are In Tehran
While some may perceive Iran as a country clinging to anachronisms, these buildings beg to differ.