That’s pretty cozy!
Named Chateau V, this $12M newly-built custom castle in Colorado blends elements from the Rocky Mountains, the Biltmore Mansion in Asheville, NC, and famous Spanish architect Rafael Guastavino.
Have you ever wanted to explore these?
Inspired by simple Scandinavian design and the beautiful Tasmanian landscape, NEVER TOO SMALL host Alice Hansen created a minimalist yet sophisticated tiny cabin that features local artisans, materials, and products.
The introduction of insulated glass in the 1930s rapidly changed the look of architecture as we know it, allowing us to enjoy both inexpensive electricity and natural light as we never had before.
Hats off to this man for using only his wisdom and traditional tools to make the spectacular structure.
Shawn James used mostly hand tools for the construction of his off-grid log cabin in the Canadian wilderness
That little trap door that leads into the closet, bathroom, and full-length mirror makes all the difference.
It’s hard to believe he bought this house for $12K expecting to do a “quick” renovation (it took two years).
Divers can plunge 60 meters (197 ft) deep into this 14m-litre pool that looks like a giant sunken city
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