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World’s Tallest 3D-printed Building – WinSun Decoration Design Engineering

The ever advancing technology of the 3D-Printer has reached new heights with this: The World's Tallest 3D-Printed Building from Shanghai-based construction firm WinSun Decoration Design Engineering. The...

The Forgotten WW1 Structures of Great Britain

Dotted all over the landscape of the U.K are memorials to Britain's wartime dead. From stone plaques in the centre of villages naming those...

An 18th Century English Mansion Bought for £1

A historic 18th century English mansion that was once sold for a mere £1 has recently gone onto the market with an asking price...

Luxury Holiday Apartment Dangling 9,000 Feet Above The French Alps

If staying in a cable car 9,000 feet in the air above the French Alps is something you would consider to be a relaxing...

Mirror Image – 10 Reflective Buildings that Trick the Eye

An architect has many tools at their disposal to intentionally fool the eye. Few are as powerful as the reflective facade however. This selection...

25 Incredible Images That Couldn’t Possibly Change Your Life

16 shipwrecks on a sandbar in Bermuda   Bagger 288, the largest land vehicle in the world   Hitler rehearsing a speech in front of a mirror   The end...

Solomon’s Castle – A Medieval Style Castle Made From Scrap Metal...

Moving from New York to Florida over 40 years ago, Howard Solomon took the saying, ‘a man’s home is his castle’, and made it...

The Abandoned Restaurant – Inside a Boeing 747!

Urban exploring has really taken off in South Korea, (no pun intended with this particular story). And here we have an abandoned location of...

Tinian Island – Declassified Pictures Taken Hours Before Dropping the Hiroshima...

On August 6th and 9th of 1945, the United States dropped atomic bombs over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, causing unparalleled death...

L’Aérotrain – The Concept Hovertrain that Never Was

Designed by engineer Jean Bertin and developed in France from 1965 to 1977, this decidedly retrofuture (from today’s perspective) hovertrain was supposed to bring...