See magical photos with Google Earth

Website Stratocam, designed by former Googler Paul Rademacher, gathers theextraordinary, eye catching Google Maps images captured from the air and allow their users to vote for or against some of the photos.

1. Palm Island, Dubai


2. Airplanes cemetery


3. Budapest, Hungary


4. Around Los Angeles


5. Saudi Arabia


6. Eiffel Tower, Paris


7. Hawaii, USA


8. Port


9. Around city ​​of Faro, Portugal


10. Venice, Italy


Justin Bieber Bought A $10.8 Million House


Justin Bieber is buying a $10.8 million mansion for himself and girlfriend Selena Gomez in lavish surroundings of the Hollywood Hills.


The house boasts five bedrooms, a private movie theatre, a large culinary gourmet kitchen, massage room, bar area, gym and of course a huge living room surrounded by glass walls.


But Justin will have to wait a hot minute though, as the property is currently occupied by Ashton Kutcher, who has been renting the mansion for $50,000 a month since his break up with Demi Moore last year.






















This is not Dubai, this is the new look of Rijeka!


Port facilities in the center will take on a new look: to build a marina for yachts and futuristic hotel.




New look beach Lido Opatija



The beach Lido is located on the west coast of Opatija on the Kvarner Bay. The sandy beach is equipped with many entertainment options, so that it attracts a lot of visitors. Here you can find restaurants with excellent cuisine and a variety of Croatian specialites. There is a beach volleyball court and a huge offer of umbrellas, chairs and various equipment for water sports. Near the Lido beach there is an open-air theater where concerts take place in summer. The entrance to the beach is possible from two sides - one from the park and Angelina on the other from the park on the north.





Reflection of Mineral by Atelier Tekuto


The team at Atelier Tekuto has designed a home from a dissection of a white volume. Located near the center ofTokyo, the complex architectural dwelling, although intricate in its angular play, has a serene and simple nature to it. The house exterior is stretched over a sea of unique planes in white finish. Utilizing elimination as part of the creative process, Atelier Tekuto pondered on the keywords of 'minerals' and 'reflection' to focus the dissection as a positive influence to the project. The dwelling's abstract form capitalizes on the idea that there is not one space alike, therefore strengthening the narrative to the natural minerals.


The polyhedron gives the home a new facade from every angle you look at it. This reflection allows for external and internal diversity as one travels through the space. The project is theoretically provoking but do we want our homes to feel diverse and ever changing or do we need that constant reinforcement that allow us to feel comfortable and safe? Although many questions to the vernacular experience come to mind I cannot dwindle the thought and articulation that the space and its three lighting facets - transparent, translucent and opaque - weave and change the internal experience remarkably.


Within selected surfaces of the exterior facade, the interior space is exposed through windows and openings that take the shape of the dynamic exterior skin in which they are placed. The form is white in color, allowing us to see the sharp folds and steep angles created to build the extreme dimensions. The house stands out as an energetic, a stark contrast to the surrounding architecture; the form created makes you reflect and wonder how the exterior influences the interior.