Tate Modern | Architect: Herzog & De Meuron

Tate Modern Extension, London gallery building - design by Herzog & de Meuron Architects - New Tate Modern Expansion: architecture, art gallery images

Zombie proof house. Features movable parts and folds in on itself completely at the end of the day to seal against outside threats. The Safe House has just one entrance, on the second floor, connected by a drawbridge. For extra security, after crossing the bridge, visitors have to wait within a safety zone before being let into the rest of the house. During the day, the house opens onto a garden and the movable walls change position to create a courtyard.

Step Inside The World's First Zombie Proof House

Features movable parts and folds. Just one entrance, on the second floor, connected by a drawbridge.

Project R6 | Architect: REX

Project R6 by REX

"Smoking Gargoyle" | Photographer: Tony Strachan | 17"x13" print 159.00, 23"x17" print 199.00 from One Kings Lane

Wonderful photo from 1932 taken by Charles Clyde Ebbets showing one of the Chrysler Building gargoyles. Oh, and two men having a cigarette break!

"Chrysler Close-Up" | Photographer: George Hammerstein | 13"x17" print 159.00, 17"x23" print 199.00

George Hammerstein, Chrysler Close-Up Spectacularly photographed by George Hammerstein, a detail of the Chrysler Building takes on the role of a modern cathedral, a glorious hymn to the New World.