PV panels never looked so good From above, the Kudadoo Maldives Private Resort looks like a shiny black beetle floating in a tranquil aquamarine sea. Located off one of the Maldives’ tiny tropical islands, the luxury resort’s main building has a roof built from solar panels arranged into a stepped pattern. Source: Maldives luxury … Continue reading Maldives luxury resort is powered entirely by solar panels
Mandalaki Design Studio 's stunning seaside micro dwelling, the Monocabin. The sleek tiny home is basically the Greek getaway of every minimalist wanderluster's dreams. For starters, the 270 square-foot-space sits near the Aegean Sea on Rhodes Island, but believe it or not, the prime location isn't the only blissful architectural selling point. Source: This Tiny … Continue reading This Tiny Vacation Home Packs a lot of Luxury Into a Small Amount of Space
The artist took this series while producing a short movie for a brand in Hong-Kong. Inspired by a lot of neon-tumblr blocks and movies like blade runner and ghost in the shell, André Gosselin made these images while wandering around the city. « I started photography like 9 years ago, with a camera my dad … Continue reading Hong Kong By André Josselin
Following spectacular growth within the prefabricated space, many home manufacturers are focusing their time and effort on the creation of marketable products that help consumers create their off-the-grid dream home with minimal effort. Source: Lushna Glamping Prefabricated Villas
What, exactly, is Las Vegas? “A place where millions of suckers flew in every year on their own nickel, and left behind about a billion dollars. But at night, you couldn’t see the desert.” That’s Robert De Niro’s character from the film Casino (1995) talking about the city and the wasteland that surrounds it. Source: … Continue reading How Flashy, Trashy Las Vegas Has Played Muse to Artists
Sometimes one of the best ways to figure out where you want to travel to next or what kind of vacation do you want to go on is by looking at the extremes and then moving inward. In other words, you dream huge, and you think tiny. Source: Go High or Go Low: Options for … Continue reading Go High or Go Low: Options for Traveling and Vacations
In yesterday’s story about sarong dresses, rompers and cabana sets ala Alfred Shaheen for Unique Vintage , a reader commented that famed pattern designer Gertie also has a sarong dress pattern — so if you have the skills, you can sew your own. Source: Sew your own sarong dresses — and more vintage dress styles … Continue reading Sew your own sarong dresses — and more vintage dress styles — with patterns and fabrics from Gertie
LUFTHANSA revealed last Feb. 7 its new, modernized brand image to customers and employees at two major events at the Frankfurt and Munich hubs. The most visible change is the new aircraft livery. In front of more than 3,000 guests in Frankfurt and Munich, Lufthansa officially presented a Boeing 747-8 and an Airbus A321 with the new design.
Lush green, wheat yellow and rust brown star in this rural-inspired colour scheme that is quite contemporary. I call it Country Cool.
I created these illustrations from a number of old newspapers from the 1960's. The images have been isolated from travel sections of newspapers. They are lovely and clean when viewed on their own.
Gazing up, the first thing you notice when viewing the 33-foot tall cabin, The 7th Room , is its base, an aluminum covering featuring black and white images of the pine trees that surround the structure. Used as camouflage, this exterior panel immerses the treetop cabin into its environment, blurring the boundaries between the building … Continue reading Observe the Aurora Borealis From Snøhetta’s Swedish Treetop Cabin
Living on the edge by Marco Grassi WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM | FACEBOOK | Who would like to be there right now?! Marco Grassi: Photos Source: Living on the edge by Marco Grassi
Pool Location by Ryan Longnecker this is either a great or a stupid location for a pool. maybe both. Ryan Longnecker: Photos Source: Pool Location by Ryan Longnecker
Japanese photographer Yuichi Yokota traveled during three months to live the Finnish winter in Lapland. Extreme temperatures, snow-covered landscapes, auroras borealis and journeys in sled with huskies all that characterized a freezing winter season and warm and poetic moments offered by nature. Source: Captivating Pictures from Finnish Winter
the dangling dinner table lets 22 fearless diners chow down from way, way up. The post dinner in the sky’s flying kitchen takes the culinary experience to a lofty new height appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine . Source: dinner in the sky’s flying kitchen takes the culinary experience to a lofty … Continue reading dinner in the sky’s flying kitchen takes the culinary experience to a lofty new height