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Every child’s dream tree house

The idea of having a tree house free of the presence of the adults – as a hideaway and retreat – has always appealed to children’s fantasy. Here is a stunning collection More »

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Luxury tree houses in the UK

Two-storey fairytale tree house, Scotland: This Scottish fairytale tree house is nestled on the grounds of a picturesque castle and is composed of a room with open turret. A ladder leads up More »

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The world’s swankiest university buildings

Matsushita Library and Information Center – International University of Japan, Minami-Uonuma, Japan: Established 30-odd years ago, this university whose teaching language is English hosts 330 graduate students. Its space age-like library was More »

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The world’s swankiest university buildings (1)

Universities around the world are famous not only for their excellence but also for the elegance of their design and architecture, be they century-old or very modern. 1.Masdar Institute of Schience and More »

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Houses bizarrely positioned (2)

Sky High Treehouse, France: This treehouse is tucked in the vicinity of Lake Geneva and requires a difficult steep climb up the winding stairs around the 130 ft pine but the effort More »

5 The Hanging Houses

Houses bizarrely positioned (1)

There are incredibly designed houses on earth whose positions are so dangerous that you cannot help but wonder what it is like to have to live there permanently. “Just Enough Room” island: More »

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China’s de-luxe Ghost City

Located in Beihai, a city in the Chinese region of Guangxi Zhuang, the majestic metroplis dubbed “The City of the Dead” is well-known for being devoid of dwellers. Built for the haves More »

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Internet tycoon lists his awesome Florida digs

Marc Bell, Internet tycoon, is selling his awesome mansion he built in Boca Raton, Florida for the highest price in the neighborhood: $35-million. More »

Every child’s dream tree house

The idea of having a tree house free of the presence of the adults – as a hideaway and retreat – has always appealed to children’s fantasy. Here is a stunning collection of tree houses around the world every child has dreamed of.

Three-story treehouse, British Columbia, Canada: Allegedly the tallest treehouse in British Columbia, this incredible old and quaint structure featuring 64 steps to the top is perched among very tall trees in the Enchanted Forest near Revelstoke.

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Luxury tree houses in the UK

  1. Two-storey fairytale tree house, Scotland: This Scottish fairytale tree house is nestled on the grounds of a picturesque castle and is composed of a room with open turret. A ladder leads up through a secret trap door to a kids’ hideaway. There is also enough space for kids’ play things, like a zip wire, climbing wall and slide. The structure is linked to another tree deck by a rope bridge

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The world’s swankiest university buildings

  1. Matsushita Library and Information Center – International University of Japan, Minami-Uonuma, Japan: Established 30-odd years ago, this university whose teaching language is English hosts 330 graduate students. Its space age-like library was opened a decade ago in memory of the founder of Panasonic. What catches the eye is its huge metal dome whereas the interior houses an exhibition area meant for Matsushita’s philosophies.

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The world’s swankiest university buildings (1)

Universities around the world are famous not only for their excellence but also for the elegance of their design and architecture, be they century-old or very modern.

1.Masdar Institute of Schience and Technology, Masdar City, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.: The elaborate patterns of the exterior of this 2010 building and its concrete- sand façade make it perfectly blend into the desert surroundings. The design also includes a handful of eco-friendly features, like its roof which allows the structure to be supplied by by solar power.

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Houses bizarrely positioned (2)

  1. Sky High Treehouse, France: This treehouse is tucked in the vicinity of Lake Geneva and requires a difficult steep climb up the winding stairs around the 130 ft pine but the effort is rewarding by the view the home offers.

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