The eco island is the next step in noninvasive architecture that actively improves the environment. To commemorate the 50 th anniversary of Cancun’s development into a worldwide tourist destination, designer Richard Moreta Castillo has envisioned the Grand Cancun eco-complex – a multifunctional offshore eco-platform with luxury resort facilities – expected to be completed in 2020. Grand Cancun will be a mega-building, an offshore city standing on stilts where hotels, commercial centres, convention centres, cinemas and loads more will provide the ultimate experience in hospitality while cleaning the seas, being totally self sufficient, having zero-carbon-footprint, and providing drinking water and energy for the city from renewable resources.
See these stunning and majestic photographs of ocean waves and beaches by Swedish born photographer Karl Lundholm. It was always a childhood dream of Lundholm's to go to Australia, the attraction had always been the warm sunshine and the beautiful coast.
Maniple has created an amazing graphic design prompting us what may be under the waterline when the boat is sailing along the coast of the small island.
Matcha is a powdered green tea. It is a green powder with an intense color. It is extremely popular in Japan, austere is used for the manufacture of confectionery, ice cream, cakes, hacked and coffee.
Massimiliano Locatelli has looking for new headquarters for his architectural firm. He stumbled upon a magnificent 16-century church in Milan. He adapted the renaissance space to a design created by architects from CLS Architetti. The following photo gallery of unprecedented and unusual office.
In Zhangjiajie, a scanic national park there is the longest and highest suspended glass bridge in the world. Its length is 400 meters.
The bridge extends between two cliffs at a height of over 300 meters above the ground. The total length of the structure is 430 and the width - 6 meters. The bridge was designed by Israeli architect Haim Dotan. It is capable of withstanding 800 people.
Architects Michaelis Boyd and Nick Plewman imagined a very luxurious cocoon in the heart of Botswana. Amateurs of Safari can sleep in the Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge in a little house only powered by solar energy, that merge with the nature through its wooden circular structure.