The Bubble House (Le Palais Bulles) is the futuristic residence of fashion designer Pierre Cardin situated just outside of Cannes. The house was designed by famous architect Antti Lovag and built in 1984 and acquired by Pierre Cardin in 1992. This unusual residence of 1200 m2 has a 500-seat amphitheater, a reception room, a panoramic lounge, 10 suites as well as gardens and swimming pools. It is worth $456 million and is Europe's most expensive home.
The Burning Man festival was a dream destination of photographer Vicktor Habchy for a really long time. Than eventually, he stopped just dreaming about it, and went for it. He said his one week experience there was unimaginable and totally worth it. He added, “I have never felt as much alive, as much creative and loved.”
Ben Rubin created a page in Instagram called ‘Subway Doodles’ where he posts his drawings of monsters next to people on subway. It’s his way to occupy himself while on commute from Park Slope in Brooklyn to his office in Manhattan.
Bloemencorso Zundert is the largest flower parade in the world entirely made by volunteers. The parade takes place on the first Sunday of September. The floats are large artworks made of steel wire, cardboard, papier-mâché and flowers. In the Bloemencorso Zundert, only dahlias are used to decorate the objects and it takes thousands of them just to cover one float.
Today more and more people prefer living in small spaces. This tendency becomes so popular that it is now called ‘the tiny house movement.’ It is the social movement that advocates living simply in small homes. If a typical American house is about 240 square meters (2,600 square feet), then the typical tiny house is between 10 and 40 square meters (100 and 400 square feet).
Nashville-based photographer Giles Clement makes these beautiful portraits with his camera equipment made in 1800s. He uses tintype, a photograph taken as a positive on a thin tin plate, and ambrotype, an early type of photograph made by placing a glass negative against a dark background, to achieve these amazing results.
The stunning tiny cabin of 35 square meters (376 square feet) is located on the edge of the Åkrafjorden fjord in western Norway. It is accessible only on foot or horseback which means that it had to be entirely built with the materials found nearby. The stone and log cabin fits in perfectly causing minimal footprint on its surroundings.