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London’s Innovative (Yet Simple) Moving Footbridge
Inspired by a Japanese hand fan, the Merchant Square moving footbridge is part of a London regeneration project.
The Creepiest Places on Earth
You don't need to head to Netflix to witness the creepiest places in the world; just visit these sites in the US!
Real-Life Hobbit Homes To Make Your Inner Nerd Squeal In Delight
Thought that Hobbit homes could only exist within the pages of your favorite JRR Tolkien books? Think again.
Amazing Pyramids That Aren’t From Egypt
While Egypt has a ton of amazing pyramids, they haven't entirely cornered the market. We bring you the best outside of the land of pharaohs.
Expert Designers Convert Former Nazi Lookout Into Beautiful Water Tower Home
Just goes to show how powerful good design can be. We explore this brilliant water tower home, a former Nazi tower.
Hive-Inn City Farm Revolutionizes Urban Farming
Visionaries from OVA Studio set new standards for urban farming when they released designs of their new New York City project Hive-Inn City Farm.
This Plankton House Is About To Revolutionize Our World
Phytoplankton might seem small and insignificant to you, but their structure could change the future of modern design. Case in point? This plankton house.
5 Of The World’s Best Modern Home Designs
Forget picket fences or brownstones, these modern homes offer simple elegance in the technological age.
The Batu Caves Add A Rich Tradition Of Hinduism in Malaysia
Filled with religious shrines and one of the world's tallest Hindu statues, the Batu Caves are an important religious site in Malaysia.
6 Astonishing Asian Structures That Boggle The Mind
Sure, Europe has the Eiffel Tower and Big Ben. North America has the Empire State Building. But these relatively unknown Asian structures are just as cool.
Hubert Blanz Explores Urban Spaces in Hectic Highway Photos
European artist Hubert Blanz stacks photos of real-life roads, bridges and intersections to create hectic, eye-opening reflections on urban sprawl.