WheelLife's Industrial Tiny Home can be towed legally by just about any normal truck, spanning a seemingly spacious 338-square-feet. Featuring a sloped, sleek roofline rises to 14 feet high just above the living room in the front of the home, offering plenty of space to move around, without hitting your head or sacrificing storage space. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
If Tony Stark, best known in the Marvel universe as a billionaire playboy, business magnate, and ingenious engineer, spent $200,000 building a treehouse, this is probably what it would look like, except the Woodsman's Treehouse actually exists. Located in the forest of Jurassic Coast, which sits along the English Channel in southern England, this mansion - by treehouse standards - features a full kitchen, copper bath, leather club chairs, a king-sized bed, a large deck with a wood-fired pizza oven, an outdoor tree shower and spa. In addition to the bridge, there's a 1-meter-wide stainless steel slide that lets you slide down for swift exit. 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 of a dog that sounds exactly like a TIE fighter.
Think of Greenmoxie's Tiny House as a 345-square-foot, off-the-grid living space that can be towed just about anywhere, complete with modern amenities, such as a roof water recovery apparatus, solar panel system, and composting toilet. Inside, you'll find plenty of reclaimed modern windows, hardwood oak flooring, old barn wood ceilings, a second story loft area, and plenty of storage space. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of "Borrowed Time", a short Western animated film from two Pixar animators.
Sleeping inside a cave is one thing, the Yunak Evleri Hotel lets guests choose from seven different cave houses carved directly into the side of a rocky hill for a total of 40 private rooms. All of them feature hand-crafted furnishings, antiques, an ensuite bathroom, and a private patio overlooking the Turkish Mesa to top things off. The main lobby is housed in a 19th-century Greek mansion, which also boasts a music room, business room, meeting rooms, and passage to the rooftop terrace for breakfast. Continue reading for another video and more pictures.
The Tower at Dubai Creek Harbour is a $1-billion skyscraper that aims to be the world's tallest when completed in 2020. Standing over 2,800-feet tall, it will emit a "beacon of light" from its peak at night, and at the very top will be an oval-shaped bud, housing ten observation decks, including The Pinnacle Room, which offers 360° views of the city. The design also includes a distinctive net of steel cable stays that attach to a central reinforced concrete column that will reach into the skies. "It is an absolute privilege to be entrusted by Santiago Calatrava and Emaar Properties to work on this project, and we have assembled a stellar team to bring this idea to life," said Adrian Jones, Aurecon's project director for The Tower. 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 of nine simple everyday life hacks.
Officially called the "Coiling Dragon Cliff", this glass skywalk, overlooking Tongtian Avenue at Tianmen Mountain in China, sits 4,600-feet above ground. As the name implies, looking straight down probably isn't for the faint of heart, but fortunately, this mountain has two other not so extreme glass bridges: one that is suspended 1,410-feet above ground, and the other at 590-feet. Continue reading for another video and more pictures.
Capable of withstanding temperatures between -50°F and 150°F, the Tiny Ski Lodge is a 240-square-foot living space that is much more than a wooden trailer. It's based on a 30-foot-long triple axle trailer and comes complete with a bathroom (composting toilet included), full sink / shower, a kitchenette, hobby room, as well as plenty of additional storage space. Climb upstairs, and you'll be greeted with a sleeping loft on one end and a lounge area that leads out to a small balcony on the other. Of course, it features a standard RV-style electrical hookup and structural insulated panels to ensure that everything stays toasty during the colder winter months. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the battle of "World War Nerf".
This may look like a zombie-proof concrete fortress at first, but it's actually the Ubatuba House. Perched atop the Brazilian coastline, it's a luxurious, yet boxy 10m x 10m x 6m, living space that features an open veranda space at the bottom floor, the kitchen and living areas above that, while the bedrooms are nestled on the third level. Guests can enjoy panoramic ocean views on the rooftop, and the open design ensure plenty of natural light. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of mind-bending street art that can only be viewed from certain angles.
In J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, its residents stay in subterranean dwellings made for comfort, and now, you can do the same at Underhill, a luxury home being offered for a hefty $1-million. This four-bedroom living space on nearly 1-acre of property is located amid the green rolling hills of Holme, England, and features a "family recreation area" with swimming pool, along with suites for the owners as well as their two children. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
If Apple's Jonathon Ive was contracted to design a home, it might look something like this one, envisioned by Paz Gersh Architects in Ramat HaSharon, Tel Aviv. Unlike similar homes, there are no steps leading down from the living area to the pool, making for a seamless transition from inside to outside. Continue reading for more pictures and information.