The Juicy House

For about $11 million you can own the Setsuo Ito designed house where Biggie Smalls’ Juicy video was filmed.

The Superpools of Old San Francisco


Watch a history of the Sutro Baths after the jump

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The HIVE Apartment

What a cool building. Designed by ITN Architects in Melbourne, Australia.

Full-On Creep Mode

A New Zealand man is now in jail for building a hideout in his ex-girlfriend’s house, and using it to spy on her, and eventually threaten to injure her suitor.

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Real Simple

Frank Gehry’s first house completed in New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward for Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation.

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Z Boat

A Batman worthy speedboat designed by Zaha Hadid for American art dealer Kenny Schachter.

A $2 million Drug Tunnel

Beginning in “an inoperative ice manufacturing plant behind a strip club in Mexico,” and ending at a random, tiny warehouse in San Luis, Arizona. It’s been called “Extraordinary.”

The Doll House

It took artist Heather Benning close to 18 months to convert an abandoned home in Sinclair, Manitoba into The Dollhouse, a life-size work of art.

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Designing Bond’s World

Set designer Sir Ken Adam reminisces about the unique film sets he created for Bond over the years.

Made in tandem with Designing 007, an exhibition at The Barbican celebrating 50 years of Bond Style.

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Camp Woodward’s New Snake Run

The coolest summer camp for kids just got a rad new upgrade courtesy of California Skateparks.

Artist Residencies on Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada

The next submission period won’t be until 2013, but judging by these studios, you’ll want to apply for a residency.

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The Goldstein Residence

Pretty much the ultimate LA bachelor pad.

The Luxembourg 8000

Now that’s a hot tub.

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A Crystal Room, A Levitation Room, and Rolling Sleep Chairs

Yesterday morning inside PS1′s new geodesic Performance Dome, plans were revealed for the newly branded Marina Abramovic Institute in Hudson, NY. The OMA designed venue (Shohei Shigematsu and Rem Koolhaas) is being built specifically to cater to long duration performances, with its central design referencing baseball stadiums in the way that one can watch what is happening while doing something else. Hence, the Crystal and Levitation Rooms, as well as the rolling sleep chairs.  Visitors will have the option of taking part in the Abramovic method through a series of classes, or observing for a minimum of two and one half hours. Whatever the case, this space will help foster the performing arts for years to come, as it is a performance piece itself.

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Vice and Heineken team up for a 6-part series on nightlife and design.

When Hollywood Lives In New York Apartments

NY Mag looks inside the homes of a few celebrities.

Dick Clark Lived in a Cave House

No joke. The 1 bedroom / 2 bath Malibu home situated on 22.89 acres is on the market for a cold $3.5 million.

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Faile: The 104 North 7th Project

Faile is taking exteriors to a new level.

Watch a Vice Art Talk with them after the jump

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Who Wouldn’t Want an Illegally Built Secret Treehouse in the Mountains of Whistler?

The HemLoft is just that.

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