This opulent Eden-like private Indian hotel perched a little over 4,000 feet above sea level, the view looking out is breathtaking, as is the view looking in . . .
This lavish Turkish airport lounge is a bit over 3000m2 and can hold up to 2,000 people at one time. With services including an elegant restaurant, tea garden, library and movie theater. You may decide to skip the airplaine, after all . . .
This upcycled shipping container was designed by Atelierworkshop and not only is it stylish, but portable, comparably inexpensive and, crafted with the environment in mind.
Japanese architect Ryue Nishizawa completed the 'house & garden' residence in late 2011, in Tokyo, Japan. It features stacked concrete floor slabs and transparent railings. The interior and exterior of the home is dominated by green scenery and flora, giving the home the appearance of the ultimate vertical garden.
Located in the downtown residence of Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, this intricate home sits on a small 65sqm plot, which not only has the residence of the husband-and-wife designer team, but also their working office.
This residential family home is located on a sloped hillside that leans towards the east on the edge of the city of Linz, Austria. The structure is breathtaking, so much so that most visitors will be taken back by it's loud, outgoing exterior. The slanted walls and dynamic ceiling make this home one-of-a-kind.