House hidden in the cliff is amazing and scary views. It is located in a rocky precipice. It is a concept developed by the OAS Works. This architectural style connects very strongly with the severity of nature. The roof of the house has a swimming pool filled with a mass of water.
A touch of brilliance useful for every lady - especially in the summer. And the choice is huge: light sandals, moccasins and the gold running shoes. Depending on your mood or the need we have a lot of proposals. Let's look at them.
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The following DNA bridge was built in Singapore. It was built in the shape of a double helix. It won first place in the category of transportation at the festival of architecture in Barcelona. Helix Bridge is really just a footbridge. The bridge consists of a spirals similar to those that make up the DNA of living organisms. This design uses significantly less steel than conventional cantilever bridges. 280 meters long bridge was opened July 18, 2010 year.
British artist living in Toronto, Paul Jackson with a pen and pencil creates amazing graphics depicting the animals from which tear their skeletons. Full details of the graphics are interesting at the same time portrayed the anatomy lesson
Tent manufacturer, Tentsile company unveiled three new models just perfect for a hot summer. Airy and comfortable tents that are not classically crashes to the ground, but hangs between the trees like a huge hammock.
Natural world, fauna and flora inspires artists. Some creative marriage of Copenhagen - Tobias and Hanne Mikkelsen Scheel has created a beautiful series called Faunascapes. The work that we can see are a combination of the landscape and the image of a wild animal: raccoon, owls, bears, wolves, hare, fox and deer. Animal portraits are fragile, ethereal and full of poetry. Welcome to the gallery.
Canadian photographer Matt Molloy plays with his camera and its capabilities. Favorite model is the Canadian landscape and nature, which in the eyes of Molloy like impressionist paintings. The artist performs dozens of photographs, putting them at each other and creating these amazing images. They represent the progress of time, changes in light and shadow.