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Interview: Photographer's Surreal Portraits of His Sons Capture the Innocence of Childhood

Romanian-born, Seattle-based fine art photographer Gabe Tomoiaga creates surreal worlds of childlike wonder with the help of his three young sons, who both inspire him and bring his artistic visions to life. Tomoiaga crafts whimsical scenes that depict his children–Landon, Liam, and Lucas, all …

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Rem Koolhaas’ design for vertical village wins World Building of the Year 2015

A residential development in Singapore, collaboratively designed by Rem Koolhaas’ architecture firm OMA and Buro Ole Scheeren has won World Building …

Trey Ratcliff Designed the Ultimate HDR Software: It’s Called Aurora HDR

Photographer Trey Ratcliff is on a roll. Just months after designing a camera bag with Peak Designs and watching it become the most-funded bag in the …

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015: Help pick the People's Choice Award winner

You can help to choose a winner of a world-renowned nature photography competition in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award.<p>The …

30 Bathroom Ideas Stolen From Hotels

Planning a bathroom makeover? Get inspired with these 30 design ideas stolen from the most luxurious and unique hotels listed on our blog.<p>We all …

10 tallest buildings under construction or in development around the world

In the race to build vertically, China has a commanding lead<p>Frank Lloyd Wright once proposed The Illinois, a mile-high skyscraper set on the shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago, a towering giant of a building powered by atomic elevators. It's clear symbol of the current race to raise skylines around …

This tree-covered Italian skyscraper gives new meaning to 'green architecture'

The 256-foot and 344-foot towers are covered head to toe in more than 700 trees and 90 species of plants, an achievement that was ingenious enough to land Bosco Verticale second place in this year's Emporis Skyscraper Award.<p>During the winter, sunlight can easily pass through the bare plant life and …

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