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lofts in tokyo, japan. I wish I could live here!
Teacup terrace, Tokyo Japan
Let's close it up for the night!
sweet home
Cat shaped school in Germany by artist Tomi Ungerer
The Den Sleep-Over Pod, Soneva Kiri Resort, Thailand - Now this is a tree house!
This nine-unit Reversible Destiny Lofts at Mitaka was built based on an unusual concept.    The architectural concept was created by Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins who made a point that home is a place to trigger one's senses, instead of a place to relax!    The colourful building was created in memory of Helen Keller, the deaf-blind American author, political activist and lecturer.    Photograph by Ryoma Aoki
Crosswaters Ecolodge in Guangdong Province, China  Simón Vélez, architect and pioneer in the contemporary use of bamboo as an essential building component.  He invented a new method to build foundations and roofs, which transformed one of the world’s oldest building materials, namely bamboo, into a modern resource.
their humble abode  Japan style of living
" REVERSIBLE HOUSING IN JAPAN. To NY-based architect-poets and "reversible…
Torino, Corso Francia, Jugendstilhaus La Fleur von Pietro Fenoglio (art nouveau house)
Visit TopTravelLists.Com   Tokyo Skytree - Sumida, Tokyo - 2,080 feet - 2nd tallest building in the world as of 2011 - radio & tv tower with restaurant & 3 observatories
Glass stair way
amazing