All That Is Interesting shares beautiful photographs and intriguing articles about interesting design being used around the world!
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.
Alejandro Duran Turns Trash Into An Incredible Art Project
It's hard to believe that multimedia artist Alejandro Duran took trash from 50 different countries, and turned it into this incredible art project.
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.
7 Spectacular Tiny Homes That Prove Size Doesn’t Matter
Who knew that small spaces could accommodate such wonderful living quarters? Look at these seven tiny homes to make you yearn for a simpler life!
Frank Lloyd Wright Practiced Sustainable Design Before It Was A Movement
Most think of sustainable design as a new phenomenon. In actuality, it's at least over a century old.
Micro Sculptures: Great Things Can Come In Small Sizes
Rejecting the notion that great art means big art, micro sculptures and their creators prove that some of the best innovations are almost invisible.
Singapore’s Sky Gardens Convene Sustainability With Stunning Design
For those who think that "going green" can't be done in style, this hotel here is to re-inform your opinion.
This Urban Treehouse Is Cooler Than Any Apartment
This urban treehouse is every city-dwelling, nature-loving person's dream. Its trees protect against pollution and noise, but allow heat in summer months.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House, Finally Restored
The Hollyhock House was Frank Lloyd Wright's first Los Angeles design. It was also a failure. But thanks to a grant, it's finally been restored.