Aren’t We Nautical: 10 Swell Ship-Shaped Buildings
From the fish out of water department: Landlubbers leery of getting their feet wet can live vicariously by visiting these 10 swell ship-shaped buildings.
Strung Along: Twine Guides Visitors Through Abandonments
Acting as a minimalist and silent tour guide, lengths of black yarn were carefully suspended to direct guests along a route through the broken walls of a ...
Floors So Vain: The World’s Ten Tallest Vanity Heights
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has coined the term “vanity height” to describe the empty, unoccupied space atop the world's ten tallest ...
Scanning The Skyline: 10 Bizarre Barcode Buildings
You're gonna need a bigger scanner. These 10 larger than life Universal Product Barcode emblazoned buildings epitomize the digitization of modern society.
Micro-Cities: Tiny Buildings Fuel Miniature Urban Renewal
Electrical boxes beware – Evol is back to up to his old tricks, turning urban fixtures and unused walls into tiny cityscapes using a deceptively simple ...
Building Fragments: 20 Surreal Reconstructed Photographs
At first glance, they are nearly believable, these angled buildings with their curious corners. Closer inspection reveals Escher-esque optical illusions and ...
Crawling Cities: 3D-Printed Shells for Hermit Crabs
Hermit crabs carry crystal-clear cityscapes on their backs, thanks to a series of 3D-printed shells by Aki Inomata. The artist scans the insides of hermit crab ...
Dense City: Photos Show Tightly-Packed Hong Kong Towers
Twice as dense as New York, and four times as crowded as London, Hong Kong is a fascinating mix of natural landscape edged by incredibly dense human ...
Sky Park: Design Idea Floats City Block Over Penn Station
Out of four recent proposals for a radical overhaul of Penn Station in New York City, this concept is far and away the most dramatic.
Kite Cameras: Aerial Photography Accessible to Anyone
Towers convey power, and height is both literally and metaphorically connected to broader and better views ... but now, relatively simple kites can too.