All That Is Interesting shares beautiful photographs and intriguing articles about interesting design being used around the world!
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.
Head In The Clouds: The World’s 15 Tallest Buildings
The world's tallest building are about more than design: they are symbols of ego, pride and national identity.
New York Castles: Proof That Dynasty Didn’t Die With Democracy
Most think of the Empire State Building or Freedom Tower when considering NYC architecture. But New York castles should also make the list.
Nothing Says Happy New Year Like 13 Tons Of Candy
What does 13 tons of candy look like when it's spread out across a 14,000-square foot section of land? A lot this candy installation by Craig & Karl.
The Sci-Fi Buddhist Temple That Is Wat Rong Khun
The White Temple's designer wanted to create paradise on Earth. But for most, this doesn't include murals of Keanu Reeves.
This Awesome Wind Turbine Is Shaped Like A Tree
The Tree Vent reimagines traditional wind turbines with its brown tree-like “branches” and two-tone green “leaves.”
Giuseppe Randazzo Blends Art & Technology With Ease
Using computer algorithms and 3D printing techniques, artist Giuseppe Randazzo created these sculptures.