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18th Century Swiss Farm House Is Reborn as Beautiful Live/Work Space
The Indestructible Concrete LED Lamp You'll Own For the Rest Of Your Life
Stunning Aquarium Bed Redefines Sleeping With the Fishes
Adjustable Slats Make This Outdoor Bed (Almost) An All-Weather Bed
Retro Arcade Light Switch Doesn't Require a Single Quarter
MMA Cage Bed: Wrestle Your Spouse For Sheet Supremacy
Cityscape Fireplace Appeals To Your Inner Arsonist
Lightning Bolt Power Strip Reminds You To Play It Safe
Always Be Gaming: A Stylish Donkey Kong-Inspired Shelving Unit for Your Home
Tiny Toaster USB Hub Is So Adorable You'll Want To Vomit
Tiny Desktop Metropolis Gives You Four City Blocks of Extra USB Ports
You've Got to Be Crafty to Take Down the Empire With this LEGO Star Wars Chess Set
Bet Your Courtyard Doesn't Have Its Own Gondola
The Bug Light Is a Pest Worthy of Adoption
This Modern Wooden Beach House Was Built for Its Beautiful Views
Refrigerated Bathroom Drawers For When You Think You Might Be In There a While
Someone Is Building the Batboat
Mainly São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, but I couldn´t say any of the host cities are really safe. The general tip is "Dont wear/hide valuable items when not needed and ask the locals (hotel employer, for example) before going to some new place. The beach and more touristic areas of RJ are usually very shielded by the law enforcements and probably will be even more during the World Cup, so if you don't get lost in the wrong neighborhood you will not have problems there. Dont forget to visit Ipanema, Leblon, Copacabana, Lagoa, Lapa and Morro de Santa Teresa. In SP things are a little bit different as the urban area is huge and is almost impossible to shield all the touristic areas, so avoid using public transportation (It's awful anyways), go for rent-a-car or Taxi, and use paid parking (SP, is not touristic anyways, most are business tourism). You Have to Pass Through a Secret Passageway to Find This Amazing Home You Have to Pass Through a Secret Passageway to Find This Amazing Home
Battlestar Galactica cufflinks are the perfect addition to your workplace wardrobe
"And the legs, in case you couldn't tell, are just roughly carved logs." If you look close it appears that the legs are 4x4's that have been bundled and shaped. Nice wood though. This Bench Looks Like It Has Wheels for Legs This Bench Looks Like It Has Wheels for Legs
This Evil-Looking Mountain Fortress Is Really a Magnificent Fire Station This Evil-Looking Mountain Fortress Is Really a Magnificent Fire Station As one commenter pointed out, Magreid is actually in the South Tyrol area of northern Italy. It's about 1/2 way between the traditionally Italian city of Trento and the traditionally Tyrolean city of Bozen (Bolzano), This is a particularly tragic area of Italy, as the South Tyrol was taken over by Italy as a war prize after WW1. Mussolini attempted to forcibly impress Italian language and culture on this intensely proud area that had always been Austrian. The area was wracked by separatist terrorism for many years after WW2 until a pact gave the area a certain amount of autonomy, not unlike Quebec in Canada. The area is officially bi-lingual, but most business is conducted in German. The South Tyrol is easily one of the most prosperous areas in Italy and Europe for that matter.
Zombie-Proof Condos Sell Out In Kansas The silo was built to withstand a nuclear explosion and to this day is considered to be “one of the strongest structures built by man”. This structure used to be an Atlas “F” missile base. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers built these missile bases in the 1960’s and there were only 72 of them built. Zombie-Proof Condos Sell Out In Kansas
Faux Boombox Cabinet Won't Wake the Neighbors
Awesome Desert Stadium Built Right Into the Ground
P40 Tigershark Warbird Ceiling Fan, Piloted by Wrong-Way Corrigan
Stay Off Your Boss's Radar With This Stealth-Inspired Desk
Amazingly Detailed and Animated Terminator Busts Will Strike Fear In Sarah Connors Everywhere
You Can Get Your Face Frozen In Carbonite Now
Polish Architects Build Stereotype-Reinforcing Upside-Down House Polish Architects Build Stereotype-Reinforcing Upside-Down House It's Austrian accented German. They're not saying much relevant... Translation: (muffled) The other is normal, right?.
I didn't see their comment but based on your reply, I'd rather not. Well-seasoned cast iron is a phenomenal cooking tool. My steaks will never touch anything else and I made some amazing sesame-crusted, seared tuna steaks the other day, not to mention the near-infinite other dishes you can make in it. Aaaand now I'm hungry... I didn't want to promote the pinkiness of their comment, but I couldn't hold back the reply. I agree. Make Texas-Sized Pancakes With the United States of Skillets Make Texas-Sized Pancakes With the United States of Skillets
Stained Glass Iron Man Helmet Would Totally Class-Up Avengers HQ
Marvel Comics Pleather Gaming Chair Is the Nerd Throne You've Been Dreaming Of
Designer Fire Extinguishers Are a Property-Saving Fashion Accessory No...no... Please no... I just want code to enforce residential sprinklers... Designer Fire Extinguishers Are a Property-Saving Fashion Accessory
Modern Home in Spain with Fantastic Sea Views: Punta Brava 2 Residence Modern Home in Spain with Fantastic Sea Views: Punta Brava 2 Residence The Punta Brava 2 Residence was designed by Barcelona-based studio DNA Barcelona Architectsand is located in Costa Brava, Catalonia, Spain. The imposing 5,636 square foot home overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and was especially design to balance intimacy and openness towards nature. According to the architects, the location of this residence was determined by the “slope of the plot, providing a home to two levels with terrace and gardens that surround it, establishing a direct link between the interior and exterior at all times. Therefore it is decided to locate the house on the highest point of land, to ensure the views, while the pool and garden are at the bottom. At the top level are the entrances to the house and common areas like living room, kitchen and sun terrace. At the main entrance is accessed from the street above, either by car or on foot, through a majestic path across the garden.
Natural Stone Bathtubs Combining Comfort with a Genuine Look Natural Stone Bathtubs Combining Comfort with a Genuine Look We received some photos and information about a series of bathtubs from yourStoneBath, combining comfort with a feel for the natural. Here is the press release we were sent: “The Natural Stone Bathtub is the work of inspired bathroom interior design firm natural element. The stone bathtub combines both modern and natural elements, making it perfect for anyone craving a piece of nature within their luxurious bathroom. Each bathtub is hand-cut from a single large stone so owners can be assured that their bathtub is truly one of a kind. The exterior shape of each bathtub is governed by the natural features of the stone.
This Modern Hollywood Hills Dream Home in LA’s Hollywood Hills shelters a stunning collection of features ranging from architectural details to vivid colors and exceptional views. Gathered in a 13,699 square feet floor plan, entertaining and private spaces offer luxurious amenities for the inhabitant’s enjoyment. With 6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, this splendid steel, glass and wood architectural estate also features a gourmet kitchen set in a dramatic open floor plan extending into the panorama, over the infinity pool. The great room features a stone fireplace and the master suite pampers the owner with a soaking tub overlooking the city in the distance. Breathtaking views of Los Angeles offer a moving picture of the surroundings, while the extensive walls can be used to showcase an art collection. Custom built fixtures and European cabinetry adorn the modern spaces, while the outdoor dining pavilion pushed the limits of private luxury to the maximum. Modern Hollywood Hills Dream Home Overlooking The City Modern Hollywood Hills Dream Home Overlooking The City
Yep, Farquest is right: those are definitely styled like ice boxes. You see kids, before electric refrigerators became commonplace in the 1930s people kept their perishable food in ice boxes. It was a box, with ice. A couple of times a week the ice man came around in a horse-drawn cart full of ice and put a new block in your ice box. It slowly melted into a drip tray in the bottom and kept your food cool. You'll Be Ashamed to Fill These Vintage-Inspired Fridges With Junk Food
Residential Observation Tower Overlooking Protected Habitats
Nature-Oriented Family Home in Sweden: Håkansson Tegman House
Ingenious Shelving Units: Hole in the Floor Series by Raw Edges
Contemporary Use of Wood and Colored Glass Details
Sleek & Stylish Bathrooms by Componendo
Interior Design Characterized by Geometry Shifting Floors in Seattle
Living Very Large
Highly Versatile Sofa for an Interior Constantly Changing Its Appearance
A modern penthouse which offers a modern lifestyle with luxury and relaxation
39 Attic Rooms Cleverly Making Use of All Available Space
Modern Holiday Home Integrated in a Picturesque Swiss Landscape: Lumbrein Residence
Secluded Cottage Retreat Promising a Modern Lifestyle
Small, One Room Cabin in Massachusetts With an Impressive Layout
Modern Architecture Adapted to the Chihuahuan Desert Climate: Casa Camino
Inspired by Nature: Stunning Leaf House in Brazil
Batman-Inspired Motel Room in Taiwan for Your Inner Superhero
Wake Up or Start Your Day Sobbing: The Money Shredding Alarm Clock
Inspiring Home with One Garden per Level in Singapore
Astonishing Toothpick Sculpture: Rolling through the Bay by Scott Weaver [Video]
Hanging Infinity Pools in Bali at Ubud Hotel & Resort
Sculptural Staircase by Philip Watts Design
Adapted to a Challenging Terrain: Villa Midgård in Stockholm
The Expandable Mobile Mini House
The iPod Nano Pill Speaker: Good for What Ails You
The World's Most Secret Garage Entrance Is Like A Tunnel To Tron
McDonald's Outside of America Looks Way More Awesome
This Is Where the Avengers Do All Their Paperwork
Soft Serve Cone Lamps: What? No Sprinkles?
Stay As Warm As a Wookiee In This Hoodie
How a Bounty Hunter Battles the Cold
A Hidden Pool Table for the Modern Bachelor
Workplace Wonderland
Romania's ice hotel Photos | Romania's ice hotel Pictures