Architects Govaert & Vanhoutte were the creators of this masterpiece just outside Ghent, Belgium. It was made for a 40-year-old single man and includes everything he could wish for. For example – pool area, river view, DJ booth, a glazed wine cabinet, the long lounge benches, the area for exclusive cars and a built in cigar cabinet.
It’s even hard to imagine that this 36 sq. m. flat in Manhattan, New York has 5 rooms in it! Designer Braden Caldwell and architect Michael Chen achieved this via transforming virtually everything in the apartment, making fully-functioning hall, kitchen, sleeping room, dining room, and a work-room. The creative duo has enlarged both kitchen and bathroom and made a moving wall that zones the living space as one desires. Almost everything can be pulled out of the walls, making the small flat very functional.
The great actress, known most as a Princess Leia in Star Wars episodes passed away at the age of 60 after a heart attack few days ago. She was also known as a media character, who advocated for mental health, having dealt with depression and addictions herself, and helping others to do the same. Talented artists from all over the world made it so that the actress will remain forever in history and our hearts.
Canadian artist and filmmaker Jon Rafman has spent many hours culling through these images. He takes screen shots of the best ones and displays them on his blog (though never reveals their location). Called "9-Eyes," his Tumblr is named after the nine cameras that Google's Street View cars use.
Mike Thomas bought 9 meter (30ft) concrete Latchingdon Water Tower that was falling apart in 2013 for £197,000. It is located 24 km (15 miles) from Chelmsford and boasts stunning views over the Crouch estuary in Essex. It took the new owner 2 years to transform the industrial structure that was built in the 1930s to luxury three bedroom home with an indoor gym. He spent nearly £250,000 on renovation. The two-year project saw the tower completely refurbished and it is now habitable for the first time since it was last used nearly 30 years ago.
Manabu Ikeda is a Japanese pen and ink artist who just finished a massive painting called “Rebirth.” In his painting the artist expressed what happened to Japan after the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake, the tsunami that followed and the rebirth of the country. Ikeda started working on “Rebirth” in 2013. The artist worked for 10 hours a day, six days a week for to finish three and a half years to finish the painting.