Architecture

Unbelievable: Abandoned Walmart is Now America’s Largest 1-Floor Library

July 31, 2014 Architecture
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Walmart is known to be a small town business killer with its cutthroat prices and massive concrete locations but it is rare to see this big box store go abandoned. Averaging at 2.5 football fields per store location, Walmart occupies around 698 million square feet of land in the U.S. alone. For this particular Walmart […]

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18 Extraordinary Hotels That Will Make You Want To Visit China

July 14, 2014 Architecture
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It seems there is an ongoing architectural war being waged between the countries of China and Dubai with each country vying to create the most dramatic hotels possible. The Yanqi Lake Kempinski Hotel, Beijing appears like a massive ball, or snail about to enter the lake. The Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort will stun you with its […]

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Doesn’t Get Creepier Than A Clown Motel Right Next To An Old Cemetery

July 4, 2014 Architecture
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Halfway between Las Vegas and Reno, where Route 6 and Route 95 merge, you will find one of the oddest merges in the USA, a Clown Motel and an ancient cemetery. The Old Tonopah Nevada Cemetery was used between 1906 and 1911 and holds approximately 300 bodies, nothing strange or funny about that. At least […]

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Boeing 787 Transformed Into VIP Home in the Sky for Billionaires

July 3, 2014 Architecture
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The Boeing 787 is an amazing wide-body aircraft for hauling passengers between busy airports, but now Boeing has decided to transform a few of these large crafts into homes in the sky. The Boeing 787 VIP lineup takes 5-bedroom space of a 787 and turns it into one of the most luxurious places in the […]

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Billboards Turned Into Homes for The Homeless by Project Gregory

July 2, 2014 Architecture
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Architectural firm Design Develop in Slovakia has launched Project Gregory to turn billboard advertising signs into homes for the homeless. Along the highways, dual sided billboard signs have a large triangular space in between the two faces. Project Gregory takes these open spaces and builds a simple two room home in that triangular space. Electricity […]

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A 180 Feet High Underground Trampoline Actually Exists And It’s Incredible

June 27, 2014 Architecture
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For all you thrill seekers out there, a 180 feet high underground trampoline actually exists. So if you can muscle up the courage to go to this abandoned underground mine, that was transformed into a series of colourful trampolines, you are in for the time of your life. This cave is located in Wales and […]

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Alnwick Road House in Singapore Is Absolutely Spectacular

June 11, 2014 Architecture
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Rectangular, square, black, and white. The Alnwick Road House in Singapore is an interesting design that combines basic elements to create something far from common. The incredible use of glass by architects Park + Associates opens the home to the sun and provides the residents with an open view to the world around them. The […]

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25 Cabins That Will Make Your Cabin Lust Go Into Overdrive

June 11, 2014 Architecture
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What makes an amazing cabin? For some people the perfect cabin is an extreme log cabin filled with all of the latest technology, but for real cabin aficionados it is a cabin that fits the location and the need. In this series of 25 cabins, we see cabins made from rough stones to mesh perfectly […]

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Epic Home In The Woods Created From A Retired Boing 727

June 10, 2014 Architecture
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Bruce Campbell has taken the concept of an innovation to an entirely new level. Tired of the traditional housing, Bruce took his love for planes and created his very own Boing 727 home in the woods. To get this done Bruce purchased a retired Boeing 727 for about $220,000, with all its landing gear, and […]

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This Is The World’s Most Beautiful Bookstore

June 5, 2014 Architecture
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Local bookstores have nothing on the beauty of Netherlands’ Selexyz Dominicanen bookstore. As you can all see, this bookstore was once a church that was built in 1294 and has now being converted to what might be the most magnificent bookstore we have ever seen. The Selexyz Dominicanen bookstore designed by Merkx+Girod was awarded the […]

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