Cumulus Studio has used shipping containers to create a lookout tower and wine-tasting space at a vineyard in Tasmania

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Cumulus Studio uses shipping containers to create lookout tower

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Cumulus Studio uses shipping containers to create lookout tower at a Tasmanian vineyard

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Gravity-defying staircase forms an observation tower overlooking rolling farmland in Belgium

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This weathering steel staircase by engineering studio Close to Bone cantilevers off a hill in Flanders

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Gravity-defying staircase by Close to Bone climbs up into the sky

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Portuguese photographer Nelson Garrido captures an eight-kilometres-long trail through a wild mountain landscape

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Paiva Walkways by Trimetrica, photographed by Nelson Garrido

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Eight-kilometre-long mountain walkway captured in new photography by Nelson Garrido

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Portuguese photographer Nelson Garrido has used both a handheld and drone-mounted camera to capture the zigzagging paths of the Paiva Walkways

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Eight-kilometre-long mountain walkway captured in new photography by Nelson Garrido

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High-altitude viewpoint perches over a volcanic crater lake.

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High-altitude viewpoint perches over a volcanic crater lake.

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High-altitude viewpoint perches over a volcanic crater lake.

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The rippled timber core of this reindeer observation pavilion by architects Snøhetta mirrors the curves of the surrounding Dovre Mountains in Norway.

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This vertiginous viewing platform in the Canadian Rockies was designed by Calgary firm Sturgess Architecture with a strengthened glass floor that provides a view straight down to the valley below.

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Timber cabin by TYIN Tegnestue overlooks wild Norwegian landscape.

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This wooden viewing cabin raised on stilts above the rugged landscape of southern Norway was designed by TYIN Tegnestue.

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This wooden viewing cabin raised on stilts above the rugged landscape of southern Norway was designed by TYIN Tegnestue.

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This wooden viewing cabin raised on stilts above the rugged landscape of southern Norway was designed by TYIN Tegnestue.

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A national park in the Netherlands is the setting for this old water tower, which Dutch firm Zecc Architecten transformed into an observation point by twisting staircases through its middle.

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A national park in the Netherlands is the setting for this old water tower, which Dutch firm Zecc Architecten transformed into an observation point by twisting staircases through its middle.

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A national park in the Netherlands is the setting for this old water tower, which Dutch firm Zecc Architecten transformed into an observation point by twisting staircases through its middle.

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Amidst the fast-paced construction of King's Cross in London, young Finnish studio AOR installed an angular canal-side platform where visitors can make contact with some of the local wildlife.

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Amidst the fast-paced construction of King's Cross in London, young Finnish studio AOR installed an angular canal-side platform where visitors can make contact with some of the local wildlife.

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