French photographer Laurent Chéhère’s series of Flying Houses looks like they’ve floated straight out of a Lemony Snicket novel, a surrealist painting by Salvador Dalí or perhaps a scene from Moulin Rouge.
Bob Borson is creator of the famous Life of an Architect blog, a Texas-based architect at Malone Maxwell Borson Architects and an indispensable guide to professional practice. We are pleased to present
Tattoo artist Sasha Unisex produces beautiful paintings that happen to be on human skin. The St. Petersburg-based artist uses vibrant inks to etch portraits of animals, bouquets of flowers, and nautical
Ahead of a major urban design conference, the architect says we must plan for a more sustainable lifestyle – and discusses his disappointment at the likely rejection of his Thames Hub airport “Do you in
On average, a typical eight-minute shower uses 20 gallons of water. Depending how many daily showers your household takes, this could mean a lot of water down the drain. The new Nebia shower promises minimize
While the idea to create this transparent Japanese tea house originated in 2002, and while the design was realized in 2011, it’s only now, nearly five years from the presentation of the design that KOU-AN
Russian photographer Margarita Kareva brings fairytales and other magical stories to life in her gorgeous fine-art portraiture. With the goal of weaving fictional narratives that fall outside the realm