If you look at this photo and start humming Simon and Garfunkel, no one would blame you. This picturesque bridge, which is located in south Sichuan, is a beautifully constructed piece of architecture that marries form and function. It is part of the Mount Emei Scenic Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes the world’s largest Buddha.
Some photographers take pleasure in capturing pristine environments.
Many of us wish we had more closet space.
IKEA is looking toward the future with a fresh home design. Located in a 120-year-old abandoned building in Poland, the IKEA Home of Tomorrow is an innovative look at city living. Through the incorporation of nature, the team behind the design is teaching the public how to live more sustainably in a zero-waste environment.
Just outside of Reykjavík, a new travel experience will allow visitors to indulge in some relaxation while taking in the...
Adding on to your home doesn’t have to mean putting a room (or rooms)
Life on the open road sounds tempting to many of us; and, for some people, the call is just too great to leave unanswered. Tyler Hjorting and Lexi O’Brien are one couple who left California–where they were shelling out too much in rent—and made the transition to nomadic living in a converted school bus, aka a skoolie, on a full-time basis.
Wish you could bring the beauty of the beach to your own backyard? Now you can!
London-based travel photographer Christopher Wilton-Steer invites you to take a virtual journey to the heart of Central Asia.
One of the first landmarks of the ancient world to stump modern-day researchers is Stonehenge. This remarkable site full of mystery even has a slew of creation conspiracies involving aliens. Travelers from all over have surrounded and studied the unique stone structure since it was first discovered in the 17th century by John Aubrey, but it is most visited during a specific event—the summer solstice.
Sometimes a straight line isn’t best. Take a brick wall, for instance.
Photographer Richard Silver has traveled the world photographing famous landmarks and iconic interiors.