Greg Klassen the Abyss table, which is created in a way that mimics the depths of the oceans. This unique table uses multiple layers of stacked glass and wood, completing the table as a three-dimensional representation of a geological map.
The new Adelaide zoo entrance, featuring a stunning indoor vertical garden
The Adelaide Zoo Entrance Precinct. Australia’s first purpose-designed ‘green roof’ to support wildlife shelter and extensive ‘living walls’ of native plants, making it a significant horticultural park and research centre as well as a world class zoo.
MY DREAM HOUSE-Fallingwater house - Frank Lloyd Wright You can actually open a piece of the floor in this house and stick your toes in the swiftly moving water OR put your fishing pole in there! Amazing concept--tucked in in a forest in western PA.
How can you not appreciate the huge task of making this. I want one in my yard!Seattle sculptress Kim Graham and her team made this amazing troll sculpture out of reclaimed lumber, discarded cardboard, and papier mache.
The whale shark has distinctive light-yellow markings (random stripes and dots) on its very thick dark gray skin. Its skin is up to 4 inches cm) thick. There are three prominent ridges running along each side of the shark's body