David Fisher has designed an 80-story skyscraper with a constantly changing profile - each floor rotates independently of the others.
By: dave
Wednesday, Jun 25th 2008 (6:55am)
TNA Architects designed a country retreat outside Tokyo, Japan, wrapped in rings of glass and wood and has an uninterrupted 360 degree view of the forest.
By: dave
Thursday, Jun 12th 2008 (4:29am)
Here's a sweet pictorial of houses that shouldn't be able to stand on their own.
By: dave
Thursday, May 22nd 2008 (5:44am)
A good lawn is nice. A good lawn on the roof is awesome.
By: dave
Friday, May 9th 2008 (6:11am)
Awesome mid century Taiwanese vacation homes. Now abandoned.
By: dave
Thursday, Apr 24th 2008 (6:03am)
Wonder if I can move it? Anywhere other than Tennessee would be nice.
By: Sunny
Friday, Mar 14th 2008 (10:22am)
This house is made from one log. One giant, 2100-year-old log.
By: dave
Friday, Mar 14th 2008 (5:02am)
Check out some of the world's wackiest foreign homes!
By: dave
Wednesday, Feb 27th 2008 (3:43am)
Traditional stairs, anyway. Check out this ingenious solution for defeating a space-constrained stairwell.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 21st 2008 (4:03am)
Angry neighbor must lower roof, vents with vents.
By: dave
Wednesday, Jan 16th 2008 (4:23am)
Take a peek at a dozen different highly modular microhomes.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 7th 2008 (4:26am)
If you’re in the market for a home but nothing seems to satisfy your taste, then perhaps the homes listed below will fire your creative urges. Or, maybe you’ll just be satisfied with an office space inside a building built like a basket.
By: Dave
Thursday, Oct 11th 2007 (7:00am)
Dedicated do-it-yourself-er built his own medieval-style house.
By: boho-daddy
Thursday, Sep 6th 2007 (8:59am)
I've seen some pretty ass-backward architecture in my day, but upside down houses are where it's really at.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Aug 15th 2007 (8:03am)
The Orb™ is a new generation of mobile structures created specifically to fire the imagination of a younger, style conscious generation.

It has been designed to appeal across three distinct markets: commercial show units, holiday park homes and adaptable home offices.

Built to a standard far beyond that of comparable structures using marine technology, it is both incredibly durable, lightweight and transportable.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Jul 25th 2007 (7:01am)
Upon reading about Dracula's castle being up for sale, my wife has been on a hardcore castle appreciation jag.

So, although I may not be able to give her a castle to live in, I can at least offer up a selection to admire.
By: Dave
Thursday, Jul 5th 2007 (8:27am)
India's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, is planning a palace in the heart of Mumbai with helipad, health club, hanging gardens and six floors of car parking.
By: boho-daddy
Friday, Jun 1st 2007 (2:16pm)
Hell, if he's turning out beautiful work like this, let him smoke whatever the hell he wants. Wow.
By: Dave
Tuesday, May 1st 2007 (8:16am)
Treehouse Massage in Austin offers massage therapy in a $50,000 treehouse.
By: boho-daddy
Friday, Apr 27th 2007 (10:22am)
Moscow's South West area will be graced by a giant flying saucer-shaped building "Galaktika" (Galaxy), which will "hover" over the busy intersection of Michurin and Lobachevski streets. It will include a shopping center, hotel, plenty of parking and even helicopter landing pads.
By: Dave
Thursday, Mar 29th 2007 (9:13am)
The Texas Capitol building has a private apartment for the Speaker of the House. Its renovation with private funds has been a recent controversy in these parts, especially since it's not accessible to the public. Here are the first photos of this super-secret space. As expected, it's pretty damn swanky.
By: boho-daddy
Monday, Mar 26th 2007 (9:44am)
In the wee hours of Tuesday morning, the historic Stardust casino in Las Vegas was brought down. Although it marked the end of an era in casinos, it made for one hell of a show.
By: Dave
Friday, Mar 16th 2007 (6:36am)
Well, we had our implosion event yesterday, but some Austinites were disappointed in the outcome. Some parts of the structure didn't really implode, they just kind of , ummmm....bent over.
By: boho-daddy
Monday, Feb 26th 2007 (4:46am)
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The so-called "Intel Shell" has been uglying up downtown Austin for years, but now it's over. On Sunday, the unfinished building will be blown up to make way for a new Federal Courthouse. Don't care much for courthouses, but believe me, when the building comes down, I'm there! I'll post up some video next week for all you non-Austinites.
By: boho-daddy
Thursday, Feb 22nd 2007 (3:35pm)
How about 335 grand for a closet in London?
By: boho-daddy
Tuesday, Jan 23rd 2007 (11:09am)

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