All That Is Interesting shares beautiful photographs and intriguing articles about interesting design being used around the world!
Daylight In Dubai
Located within the United Arab Emirates, Dubai's futuristic cityscape has garnered international attention and admiration for being the home of the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
Japan’s Contemporary Crematorium
With soft lines and an undulating roof, Japan's Meiso no Mori funeral home and crematorium was built to commemorate the dead in a secular and liberating fashion.
Greece’s Historic Agios Stefanos Monastery
Founded by St. Antoninus Cantacuzene circa 1400, Greece's Agios Stefanos Monastery suffered much damage in the 20th century but still stands today.
Las Vegas’s Luxe Lou Ruvo Building
Designed by legendary architect Frank Gehry in 2007, Sin City's Center for Brain Health is certainly a novel one.
A Peek At Shanghai’s Oriental Pearl Tower
Covered by clouds, Shanghai's Oriental Pearl Tower is the tallest building in China excluding one in Taiwan.
Paris’ Gorgeous Opera Garnier
Now primarily used for ballet, Paris's Opera Garnier was built from 1861 to 1875 in the regal Second Empire and Beaux Arts style.
The Astounding Botanical Apartments Of Phuket, Thailand
Combining urban with nature, botanical therapy is a new trend in Thailand's urban zones, creating beautiful botanical apartments like these in Phuket!
Lightning At The Bay Bridge
Even sunny California is susceptible to stormy nights. Case in point: this astonishing photograph over San Francisco's historic Golden Gate Bridge!
The World’s Smallest Living Structures
While you might think your apartment is too small, your mind might be changed after taking a look at the world's smallest living structures!
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.