Located in the Sassi area of Matera, a town in southern Italy, Sextantio Le Grotte della Civita is the only hotel in the world located within the natural extravagance of prehistoric caves!
This world-class hotel represents the most spectacular and well-preserved example of a town where thousands of caves have been used for centuries as dwellings, churches and even palaces.
Brisbane-based studio Donovan Hill has converted a former wool store into this beautiful contemporary apartment.
Located in Teneriffe, an inner city suburb in Brisbane, Australia, the apartment features three bedroom, two bath, exposed brick walls and 100+ year old polished concrete floors.
This gem is currently on sale: buy it now!
Builder and woodworker Michael Garnier has helped pioneer the craft of modern treehouse construction in the US.
When Garnier, who owns a treehouse resort with 9 elevated dwellings in rural Oregon, decided to build his own home, it had to also be nestled in the branches.
While his B&B cabins in the air are closer to 100 square feet, for his own home he decided to go big and built is 1,800 square foot treehouse on three floors supported by seven trees!
Spotted on Core, this 1800 square foot two bedroom, two bath, apartment located in Chelsea, New York City, USA, features “surreal, retro industrial, and steampunk elements.
Upon entering this semi-private building, you are greeted with a submarine style front entry, complete with keypad locking system and working porthole.
The chef’s kitchen is furnished with high-end appliances and stainless steel countertops that allow for easy entertaining.
The Neustadt Kunsthofpassage is an artsy neighborhood in Dresden, Germany.
Designed by artists Annette Paul, Christoph Roßner and André Tempel, this wall all covered with funnels and gutters is one of the strangest and most enjoyable attractions in Dresden’s student district in the new town.
In the 1960s, architect Paul Rudolph transformed this 19th-century carriage house located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side in New York city, USA, into a four story modern home.
According to Architectural Digest, the residence, “commissioned by a real-estate lawyer, was later sold to fashion designer Halston, who used the living room to host bacchanals for his famous friends.