This happened yesterday in Washington Heights, Manhattan, New York.
This was filmed outside Mt Vernon, Illinois, USA.
Most hilarious building assault fail
Apparently, they were each given the equivalent of $266,500 by King Abdullah.
“11 Months, 3000 pictures and a lot of coffee”
These photos capture incredible moments of a 17-storey concrete building being blown to pieces in Scotland. Glencairn Tower block that opened in 1964 needed about 55kg of explosives to be reduced to 12,000 tons of rubble. Inside this post, you can watch spectacular video of the building crashing to the ground.
The largest mud building in the world is the great mosque in Djenne. It is made from animal dung and mud. The mud bricks form the organic shapes. Frequently, there will be pottery, calabash, or ostrich eggs on top of it to prevent its destruction from the rain. The timbers that protrude from the mosque provide the scaffolding that is permanent.
One Chinese developer wanted to build a factory on the land occupied by one apartment building.
They could find a "peaceful arrangement” with all of the residents of the building except for one family who didn’t want to go. The developer tried everything to evict them but in vain. Then the cruel harsh measures were taken to make this family give up eventually…
You just shouldn't be anywhere close to the demolition area, in a 3 mile radius...
This mysterious building was known to be located somewhere in Ohio…
This pixel art is made of post-its on the windows of one of buildings situated in Toulouse, France.
As Sa Sainteté Gerard XV, who sent us these pictures and to whom we thank a lot, wrote it all started with one window and then the people from other offices followed the idea which gave this post-it pixel art.
Apparently, it is a sign of the economic times. The photos in this post are of an abandoned building in New York and car factory in Russia.
This is the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health (LRCBH) that opened last year on July 13 in Las Vegas.
Among its founders are Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kevin Spacey and John Cusack. The Center is about 65,000 sq ft and its cost is $70 million.
I just love the design of the building!