Some with original furniture, and some still on the market For enthusiasts of Frank Lloyd Wright and his extraordinary homes, 2016—the year he would have been 149—offered what felt like an embarrassment
A thrifty Depression-era hack just happens to make one of the fluffiest cakes around. You know those recipes we hold near and dear to our hearts because they really are the greatest of all time? Well,
Accounts for maximalists, minimalists, and everyone in between Ah, Instagram: The spring of memes and cute animals that is the social media platform also happens to be a solid place for us architecture
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David Burdeny is the only professional photographer permitted to document the Moscow Metro stations. A far cry from the dingy, rat-infested subway stations of New York City, the ornate stations along Moscow
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Canadian architect turned photographer David Burdeny presents a collection of images showcasing the stunning and elaborate Moscow and St. Petersburg Metro system in A Bright Future- New Works from Russia.
But even if the markets and economy as a whole were to turn, there will continue to be growth stories here and there that'll deliver no matter what. These are the secular growth stories. On Tuesday, Morgan
Adventure photographer Tomasz Furmanek documents some of the most stunning natural beauty in the world, all from the seat of his kayak. From the spectacular Lofoten Islands to the serene Sotra, for the
Since 2011, French-born, New York-based photographer Franck Bohbot has traveled all over the world in a quest to document the captivating beauty of libraries for his ongoing series titled House of Books.
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It's as terrifying as it is beautiful. It's a grim anniversary. Seventy years ago today, the Enola Gay dropped the uranium atomic bomb "Little Boy" on the city of Hiroshima, killing at least 90,000 people