All That Is Interesting shares beautiful photographs and intriguing articles about interesting design being used around the world!
Helsinki’s Mindblowing Temppeliaukio Church
Excavated in 1968, the interior of Finland's fantastic rock church boasts fine acoustics and natural lights streaming through its glazed dome.
A Good Day In Gdansk
Located on the Baltic coast, Gdansk is Poland's largest seaport and served as the birthplace of the Solidarity movement that brought an end to Communism.
A Foggy Photograph Of Hong Kong
A bustling metropolis, Hong Kong offers tourists and architecture enthusiasts a myriad of skyscrapers to admire. 7,650 of them, to be price.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Architectural Masterpiece: Falling Water
Known as Falling Water, American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the home in 1935 for the well-endowed owners of Kaufmann's Department Stores.
Tokyo’s Vanguardist Vertical Thresholds
Tokyo's best and brightest architects have an impressive vision of the future of housing.
A Spectacular Sight From Geiranger
Deemed a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005, the small Norwegian village offers stunning scenery and is known by Lonely Planet as the best Scandinavian travel destination.
Five Incredible Examples Of Ancient Architecture
The Great Wall of China and the Pyramids remind us of the infinite potential of mankind -- a look at five incredible examples of ancient architecture!
Moscow’s Futuristic Skyline
Mother Russia is no longer just Old Russia: the capital city boasts world-renowned architecture from the iconic St. Basil's Cathedral to its modern skyscrapers.
The Five Best Modern Architectural Feats
From Dubai to Spain, an astounding look at five of the world's most impressive modern architectural feats marvels!
The Most Colorful Cities In The World
Tired of the monotonous shades of grey in your town? Take an escape to some of the most colorful cities in the world!
A Truly Puzzling Monowheel Motorcycle
While not necessarily a masterful design, Italian M. Goventosa's 1930s single-wheeled motorcycle is certainly a testament to human imagination.