The Burj Al Arab (Tower of the Arabs, also known as Arab Sail) is a 7 star luxury hotel located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. At 321 m (1,050 ft), it is the second tallest building in the world used exclusively as a hotel. The Burj Al Arab stands on an artificial island 280 m [...]
Only the authors of the projects can explain why their buildings are turned upside down. The tiny village of Szymbark adorns one of these upside down houses, by the way, you see it on the main photo. This creative project was completed by a Polish businessman and philanthropist named Daniel Czapiewski in 2007. Typically, his [...]
Here is the count down list of World’s top 20 largest hotels. Any hotel that has 3,000 rooms or more can be included in this list. Would you also love to live on those amazing hotels? We have listed top 20 largest and biggest hotels in the world. World’s Top 20 Largest Hotels 1. Izmaylovo, [...]
Lebanon and abu dhabi-based practice MZ Architects were approached to design ‘the rock stadium’, a sports facility at the heart of al ain in the UAE. The designers worked with the site in order to achieve a visionary design that merges architecture and landscape, blurring the boundaries of the builtand the natural to create a [...]
Take a walk in 8 to 25m height in unspoiled nature and experience completely new points of view. All this is possible upon the new tree top walk in the Bavarian Forest National Park. Starting from the parking area next to the wildlife enclosure the world´s longest tree top walk starts at the entrance tower. [...]
Treehotel offers a unique hotel experience: treerooms with contemporary design in the middle of unspoiled nature. Here you can forget about the time constraints of everyday life, enjoy the serenity, and rejuvenate in a sophisticated yet familiar environment. Where is Treehotel? Treehotel is located in Harads, near the Lule river, about 100 kilometers from Luleå [...]
The photographer Michael Wolf was fascinated by the facades of buildings in the city of Hong Kong and created a project called, facades of Hong Kong. That’s why he focused on the repeated patterns of these concrete structures. The static point of view on these buildings gives them a sense of infinity. What an amazing work!