Check out the Hix Island House the next time you are in Vieques, Puerto Rico. There are 13 solar-powered loftlike apartments, spread among four angular buildings, and surrounded by lush gardens, a yoga pavilion, and a 50-foot pool.
The only emergencyl kit you'll ever need - Mr. & Mrs. Minimergency for Her - Measuring just 3.5" x 2" x 2," the Minimergency Kit for Her by Ms. & Mrs. is compact and with 16 emergency essentials, you'll wonder how they all fit inside.
The annual London International Horse Show is on through December 20th. You won't just see live horses - "War Horse" is a play with actors operating life-sized puppets, telling the touching story of a boy and his brave and loyal horse.
See what happens when a plane flies through a Google Maps satellite photo. The rainbow effect could have been caused by a satellite imaging process of 'several colored exposures [taken] over a few seconds and then combined”.
This swimming pool by Hélio Oiticica & Neville D’Almeida will be open for MOCA LA visitors to try out (swimsuits available in the gift shop) on Dec. 12. Part pf “Suprasensorial,” a show in Latin American light and space art.
A large square in Córdoba, Spain, that hosts public events such as a twice-weekly market, has been transformed into a kind of architectural array of water lilies thanks to Madrid architects Paredes Pino.
Diller Scofidio + Renfro's newly built Hypar Pavilion is definitely worth a visit the next time you are in NYC. The design consists of a twisted roof top that in covered with grass, allowing visitors to climb up to use the space as a park.
Photographer Olivier Grunewald recently made several trips into the sulfur mine in the crater of the Kawah Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia, capturing surreal images lit by moonlight, torches, and blue flames of burning molten sulfur.
Travelex introduces the Cash Passport ~ first chipped prepay card for americans to load up with the currency of their choice... making life easier when trying to buy parisian train tickets, rent bikes, etc...
Bota Bota, 1950s steel liner redesigned to be the world’s first spa-on-a-boat, docked in Montreal’s Old Port, is a 25,000-square-foot urban fantasy of a Scandinavian style bath with more than 20 treatment rooms.