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Sometimes what you see is NOT what you get. Check out the following photos for an excellent example of the truth behind this statement.
A high school student is busy creating amenities for the some of the largest residents of the Oregon Zoo.
Are unsightly garbage cans junking up your visual landscape? You can now camouflage your cans by dressing them up in an attractive covering!
Travelers taking advantage of a deal in San Diego need to pack more than usual.
The world’s first floating apartment complex, The Citadel, will incorporate the benefits of water into the infrastructure of the development.
The OfficePOD can even be positioned in a garden and is packaged as a complete outsourcing solution for employers.
This one of a kind, handmade fixture by Domingos Totora and a team of artisans from Brazil is a decorative and utilitarian piece that reflects an adherence to ethnic ancestral style.
Air traffic at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport slowed to a crawl last week when a parade of more than 70 romantically inclined diamondback terrapins descended on the tarmac.
In the early hours of Saturday, June 27, 2009, something seriously wrong happened to a nearly completed 13 story block of residential flats in the suburbs of Shanghai. No, it wasn’t destroyed by Transformers.
Italy is known for its distinct sense of design. Furniture manufacturer Tagliabue, founded in 1879, has introduced it Emmemobili collection, which is an excellent example of this unusual design sensibility.