This eight-foot cube, covered in five mirror-clad faces, was designed by Los Angele- based architect and designer Michael Jantzen as a personal retreat. Presumably it brings new meaning to the idea of personal reflection. Reflect on this >>
When I think of churches, it’s normally as places I spent vast amounts of my childhood counting stitches in knee cushions. But this ex-Holy House, which has seven bedrooms and a climbing wall? I would attend the hell out of that. Take me to church >>
Have you ever wanted to meander between two spiral galaxies? Just go to the valley of the River Nith, near Dumfries where the "Crawick Multiverse" lives – a massive installation created by landscape architect Charles Jencks. Read more >>
The tower, called BD Bacatá, is a symbol of a new model for funding big building projects like skyscrapers—with smaller donations from thousands of individual investors, rather than a handful of majors.
The new Gouter refuge on Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest mountain, looks like an alien spaceship designed by a Bond villain. But you can’t say the same for this (much smaller) refuge high in the Slovenian mountains – it's a beauty. Read More >>