Lovely see-through outdoor fireplace opens also into Family Room, which has glass doors that slide into wall pockets...♥ ♥ ♥
The building on the corner of 6th and Howard St. in San Francisco is a multi-disciplinary sculptural mural displaying furniture like tables, cupboards, a grandfather clock and a fridge. All objects are fastened to the walls of the building making the illusion that they were being thrown out of the windows which is exactly what the word defenestration means “to thrown out of the window”
Defenestration in San Francisco
The Shabby Chic Farmhouse That Floats on The Water
Ice Hotel - Quebec, Canada. The is the first ice hotel in North America. All furniture is made of ice. In addition to using ice glasses as in the Kiruna ice hotel, the bar (and room service) also serves cold cuts on ice plates. Amenities include a nightclub, movie theater, indoor heated washrooms and outdoor hot tubs.
Ice Hotel, Quebec
Glass floors! “At Rue Vignon I wanted to distort reality in order to create intriguing visions,” explains architect Michael Herrman, who renovated an 18th-century structure in Paris for himself and his family. He was inspired by an apartment created in the 1930s by Le Corbusier.
Treehouse Point in Issaquah, WA
The Hundertwasser tower, designed by Austrian Friedensreich Hundertwasser, was built in Abensberg, south Germany, 10 years after his death. The tower is 35 meters high and 6 meters is diameter, twice smaller than the original project of the architect. A wonderful view of the town opens from the upper site of the tower, which has no straight lines.
Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik by Henning Larsen Architects
Arkhangelsk in Russia's far north-west, is believed to be the world's tallest wooden house, soaring 13 floors to reach 144ft - about half the size of the tower of Big Ben.
A Beautiful Ivy Overgrown House in Hungary
Moss Faerie House ~ by Sally J. Smith (Lake Champlain, NY) -- www.greenspiritar... -- "Here you will find magical visions of Faerie Houses made from real leaves, moss and stone (and many other natural materials) as well as the stunning sculptures the artist calls “Eartherials” which echo the beauty of a special place or moment in time." *Pitter-pat*