Why spend thousands on a stay in an expensive mansion, when there's this Malibu Airstream Dream? Sitting on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this camper has been completely gutted down to its aluminum shell and transformed as an open studio living space. Featuring a queen-sized bed, kitchenette sitting area with pull-out sofa, and a large glazed panel that replaces the oceanfront wall. Continue reading for two more videos, pictures and information.
Whether if you're a billionaire and / or a super villain, this $60-million Signature Villa on the Palm Jumeirah Island is the perfect getaway. The beachfront mansion provides full ocean views with skyline views back to the Burj Al Arab and the Dubai Marina. Private decks allow for complete privacy with lush garden surroundings. Spanning 46,000 square-feet, it includes 11 bedrooms, a 16 seat cinema, 4 living spaces, an indoor pool, a large private dining room, and a full chefs kitchen along with staff accommodation for 16. Continue reading for more pictures.
From afar, this may look like a shipping container or some kind of wood shed, but upon closer inspection, you'll realize it's actually a modern tiny home on wheels. Meausring 22-feet long, the exterior features painted vertical siding with exposed stainless screws, while the interior offers herringbone floor, exposed brick veneer, floating rebar stairs, and lots of vintage touches. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Kasita Tiny House measures 12 feet by 32 feet, and has an interior living space that spans just 352-square-feet, but still manages to pack in a real bathroom, kitchen, living area, as well as a queen-sized bed, complete with plenty of Internet of Things (IoT) ready gadgets. In addition to high-end furnishings from Delta, Summit, and GE, you get smart home ready products from Nest, Lutron, along with Doorbird, which can be controlled with the included Echo Dot. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing why Magneto could never be in the MCU.
The iPhone 8 is set to take place on September 12th inside the new Apple Park Steve Jobs Theater, and Mac Magazine gives us a sneak peak inside while construction is still going on. This 1,000-seat theater is located outside Apple Park's main spaceship campus, on a hill. Despite the glass entrance, most of the structure is underground. Continue reading for the images and more information.
This is not a scene from the upcoming Bladerunner 2049 movie, just an inverted pyramid home in Spain by TNA. Several large windows flood the interior with natural light, while also providing ventilation. the internal living spaces are feature mezzanines / platforms set at different heights, and guests enter at the middle floor. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
With home prices continue to soar, architects like Fernando Abellanas, are looking for unconventional living spaces that may not look pretty, but definitely work. Called the "Underpass Studio," this living space located beneath a busy highway in Valencia, Spain, consists of a wooden platform that hangs by a steel frame that grips the bridge's concrete lip. A hand crank allows you to move the platform from side to side, directly under the bridge to the column where the living space is. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
These images may look like scenes from an upcoming science fiction movie, or even an Apple Store, but they're actually of a minimalist seaside home in Japan. The stark white residence has rooms arranged in linear to offer unobstructed views of the terrace, pool, and ocean. Its twisting staircase is illuminated from above by diffused light, while the street-facing side keeps things simple as just a white wall. Continue reading for more pictures.
Building a home or temporary structure by hand can be quite time consuming to say the least, but Ten Fold Engineering has the perfect solution. These self-deploying buildings looks like shipping containers at first, but they can pop up in a matter of minutes. That's right, at the push of a button, the rooms fold out like an accordion using a counterbalance system. Once fully deployed, its parts only need to be secured with an electric drill. Each one measures approximately 689-square-feet, and can be used for a host of things. Prices start at $129,330. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone breaking into a locked 30-year-old safe.
Photographer Norbert Fritz stumbled upon the Stuttgart Library, which has been touted by some as the world's most photogenic, almost with an Apple Store-like aesthetic. "Natural light fills the modern interior of the city library in Stuttgart, Germany. With its stark white floors, open spaces, and large windows, it provides a unique atmosphere to broaden your knowledge," said the photographer. Continue reading to see more National Geographic 2017 Travel Photo award winners.