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interiorstyledesign:

Neoclassical details and sweeping grand staircases inside L’opéra Garnier (the Paris Opera House), Paris, France

interiorstyledesign:

Neoclassical details and sweeping grand staircases inside L’opéra Garnier (the Paris Opera House), Paris, France

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marjoree:

Looking at photos from this luxury resort in Masai Mara makes me want to put a tent in my bedroom.

theworldwelivein:

Frozen Cleveland Lighthouse | Cleveland, Ohio©  Albino ©

theworldwelivein:

Frozen Cleveland Lighthouse | Cleveland, Ohio
©  Albino ©

medievallove:

Stoney pathway, Brousse-le-Château, Aveyron, France.
by Ela2007 on Flickr.

medievallove:

Stoney pathway, Brousse-le-Château, Aveyron, France.

by Ela2007 on Flickr.

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handa:

THE RIDDLE OF THE SPHINX, a photo from Madrid, Madrid | TrekEarth
agoodthinghappened:

Green stairs to… by manganite on Flickr.
spaceships:

Carl Wooley | via mpdrolet
leinaalavoss:

Kutna Hora, Czech Republic
Photo by: Leina’ala Voss

leinaalavoss:

Kutna Hora, Czech Republic

Photo by: Leina’ala Voss

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archiemcphee:

Eating a Biscuit Together is an awesome and unsettling sculpture, designed by Ku Bom Ju, that sits in front of the Bukcheon Museum in Seoul, South Korea quietly proving that sometimes even inanimate objects grow hungry.
Photo by blueoceanpalm
[via almost falling]

archiemcphee:

Eating a Biscuit Together is an awesome and unsettling sculpture, designed by Ku Bom Ju, that sits in front of the Bukcheon Museum in Seoul, South Korea quietly proving that sometimes even inanimate objects grow hungry.

Photo by blueoceanpalm

[via almost falling]

sweethomestyle:

Submitted by bridgett

sweethomestyle:

Submitted by bridgett

inothernews:

thedailywhat:

Nest Egg of the Day: Inspired by a cost-efficient housing project called “City’s egg” and the burden of big-city rent, Hunan City University architecture department alum Dai Haifei constructed a $964 solar-powered, egg-shaped home outside his office in Beijing. The unit is equipped with a single bed, a water tank, and a lamp. “
I feel good living here though it’s simple, and a bit cold sometimes,” Dai is quoted as saying. “[What’s] important for me, is - it saves me a lot of money!”
[dvice.]

Yeah, great idea until a car backs into it.

inothernews:

thedailywhat:

Nest Egg of the Day: Inspired by a cost-efficient housing project called “City’s egg” and the burden of big-city rent, Hunan City University architecture department alum Dai Haifei constructed a $964 solar-powered, egg-shaped home outside his office in Beijing. The unit is equipped with a single bed, a water tank, and a lamp. “

I feel good living here though it’s simple, and a bit cold sometimes,” Dai is quoted as saying. “[What’s] important for me, is - it saves me a lot of money!”

[dvice.]

Yeah, great idea until a car backs into it.

(Source: thedailywhat)

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