“I think Trump’s sort of cheap, though”

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Andy Warhol reflects on the Donald after a failed commission in the Mid-1980s.

Cave, Man

Angelo Mastropietro turned a 700-year-old cave into a British countryside retreat.

Buying a Piece of Art with a Real Fixer-Upper Attached

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One of Britain’s most photographed homes, the ‘Banksy House’ in Cheltenham, UK can be yours for about $300k.

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Imagine… Earthships

Off-grid homes made of garbage outside of Taos, New Mexico.

Before and Further

A look through DABSMYLA’s colorfully massive indoor / outdoor installation at the Modernica Factory in Vernon, CA. This is your last week to see the show, on view through November 15th, 2015.

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Ancient Earth Plans in Kazakhstan

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Thanks to space-age technology, previously unknown earth manipulations dating back to 8000 B.C. have been discovered in the Turgai region of northern Kazakhstan.

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Hardcore Architecture

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Exploring the relationship between the architecture of living spaces and the history of underground American hardcore bands in the 1980s.

Tiles For Miles

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Continuing her enormous undertaking in Braddock, PA, SWOON is raising money to open up a ceramics workshop which will be utilized to empower the local community, and enable the creation of a new roof featuring 20,000 beautiful, brightly-colored ceramic tiles.

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“Like the Disneyland of sex”

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Inside Brazil’s over-the-top love motels.

$650,000

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The price of The Volcano House, a two bedroom, two bathroom architectural masterpiece that sits atop a 150-foot cinder cone on 60 acres in the Mojave Desert in California.

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Doggy Style, The Building

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‘Domestikator,’ architected by Atelier Van Lieshout for the Ruhrtriennale in Bochum, Germany.

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$1,125,000

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The price of the The Pilot House, a historically significant residence designed and built in 1948 by A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith and Edgardo Contini in Mt. Washington, Los Angeles. Created as an example of how well-designed homes could be built on steep hillside lots, the 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home is the perfect opportunity to curate your personal brand on a new architected level. It’s even got a bridge and what looks to be an outdoor lizard cage. Leisure life at its finest.

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