Professor Zhang Lin has built a dream mountain villa on top of a Beijing apartment block. He has spent six years shifting rocks and rubble to the roof to create this mountaintop penthouse. The people underneath aren’t too happy because cracks and leaks appeared throughout the apartment block. The construction will be demolished if deemed unsafe.
It’s a real pleasure to live in such a house and to enjoy the views out the window. I wish I could have a home like one of these.
Using a Phantom quadcopter to soar through the city’s urban canyons, filmmaker Nicolas Doldinger shows New York from above.
This story is hard to believe but it was featured in major US and European magazines, so I believe it’s true. At 47 stories, the In Tempo skyscraper in Spain is set to be the tallest residential building in the European Union. There is just one problem… There is no elevator on floors 21 through 47. The builders simply forgot to build it.
Photos from the Ohio State Reformatory where ‘The Shawshank Redemption” was filmed.
Peter Andrew is an award-winning commercial and fine art photographer from Toronto, Canada. His body of works includes advertising, location, portrait and landscape photography. The level of thought and detail in his photographs can only be visualised by the massive scale of his new signature landscape series.