From a distance, this just appears to be a raft, but get closer, and you'll see it's an incredible floating home. Designed by Singapore-based architect Dymitr Malcew, this living space not only boasts floor to ceiling windows for expansive 360° ocean views, but it is constructed entirely from sustainable materials. Inside, there's 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living room, kitchen, and even a terrace. Unfortunately, it was built for a private company based in France, and not for sale. Continue reading for more pictures.
Take the city-state of Monaco, put it on a giant yacht, and you have a $1-billion vessel fit for a king, literally. Created by Yacht Island Design, this 500-foot superyacht was modeled after the city-state where billionaires go to play, and includes scaled down versions of Monaco's most famous buildings, including the Monte Carlo Casino. If you don't gamble, there's also a Grand Prix go-kart course inside. Other luxuries include: multiple swimming pools, a library, cafes, spa, a basketball/tennis court that doubles as a helipad, parking spaces for smaller yachts, and even a personal submarine. It can comfortably accommodate 16 guests (includes 3800-square-foot VIP suites) and a staff of 70 to tend to their every need. Continue reading for more pictures.
Built by Anderson Mobile Estates, The Heat is essentially a 2-story luxury home on wheels that spans an impressive 1,200-square-feet of living space. Inside, you'll find conference rooms, a full kitchen, master bedroom suite, guest rooms, multiple bathrooms, complete with showers, flat-screen displays, leather / oak / marble accents and lots more. If you plan on spending a night or two, a 24/7 video surveillance system offers 360° security around the clock. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. One caveat: it'll set you back a cool $2-million or more, depending on how you option it out. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one of the most insane parkour runs you'll ever see.
When is a floating home, not just a small living space that can be towed anywhere? When you're living in a Seahorse, or to be more specific, a marine style retreat spanning 1,700-square-feet with three levels. Now here's where things get interesting...there's one level completely submerged underwater, offering breathtaking views of the marine life. Upstairs, you'll find a kitchen, dining area, an outdoor shower, mini bar, and glass-bottomed jacuzzi. The Kleindienst Group plans on building 42 properties in the Persian Gulf of Dubai, and they'll be ready for their new owners in 2016. Continue reading for more pictures.
If only the most luxurious of expedition vehicles will do for your next adventure, the Mercedes-Benz Zetros should do the trick. It's basically an all-wheel drive (6x6) luxury vehicle designed for any type of terrain, thanks to a 7.2L in-line 6-cylinder engine that delivers 326 horsepower. Inside, there's a marble floor bathroom, complete with underfloor heating, a sleeping area, two flat panel display, satellite dish for television + internet, a Bose audio system, two safes (gun + money / documents), an on-board water purification system, and a rear vehicle bay for your ATV. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including what really happens when you over inflate car tires.
On the outside, it looks like a normal 1956 Commer Q4 fire truck, but step inside? You'll see that it's been transformed into a cozy 2-person accommodation, called the "Beer Moth." You can find this converted truck at the Inshriach House estate in Aviemore. It features a raised roof, a hand-laid oak parquet floor rescued from a Tudor mansion, and an old cottage door. Accommodations wise, it comes equipped with one double bed, along with a plush leather seat. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how not to load a tank onto a trailer.
Sleek and stylish, the CR-1 RV from Global Caravan Technologies is probably what Bruce Wayne would purchase for his road trips, should he desire to take a break from crime fighting. In addition to being lightweight, it's been equipped with all the luxurious amenities you'd expect to find in a 5-star hotel, complete with a lounge area / workstation, a full kitchen with refrigerator, microwave, multi-range stovetop, as well as a large, wall-mounted television. Continue reading for a video tour and more information.
The Iniala Beach House looks like a computer render for an upcoming film set in a tropical paradise, but it's a real place in Phuket, Thailand. Designed by architectural studio A-cero, it's located of the coast of Natai Beach, and there are 10 villas visitors can rent out, but two of them - owned by A-cero - boast special layouts and designs (pictured above). Both rooms offer expansive ocean views through massive floor-to-ceiling windows, while the floors and the walls are made from locally-sourced wood. Continue reading for a video and more information.
If James Bond wanted to go on a road-trip vacation, he'd probably take the Terra Wind. Developed by by the team CAMI (Cool Amphibious Manufacturers International), this motorcoach boasts an aluminum-hull and the ability to drive from normal roads directly into the water, and not hydrolock. Capable of speeds up to 80mph on asphalt and 7-knots in water, the Terra Wind boasts a full-kitchen, home theater, and even a mirrored ceiling. As you can see in the video above, its rear bumper area doubles as a swim deck of sorts. Expect to shell out $650,000 if you want one for the ultimate road trip. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today.
Interior design studio Millimeter has created the ultimate bachelor pad for a wealthy individual in Hong Kong. Located in the Sai Kung district, this ultra modern space spans three-levels, and has been divided into a collection of boxes. In addition to the glass supercar garage in the living room, there's a sunken kitchen, along with an elevated dining table. In the master bedroom, there's glass separating walls to give the illusion of more space. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Flight of the Bumblebee played on 101 bottles.