Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov, the masked Russian daredevils who have taunted authorities from Egypt to the Czech Republic by illegally climbing some of the most towering structures on the planet, have done it again. This time the target was the world’s second-tallest building: the 2,073-foot-high, still-under-construction Shanghai Tower in China.
The result are breathtaking. Literally. You may want to make sure you’re sitting down. Watch the men clamber in the clouds without ropes or other safety equipment, and peer down on one of the biggest cities on the globe from a tangle of metal grating and red scaffolding.
I made an ice vinylmation out of juice and if you don’t think that’s cool, then we can’t be friends.
Do you want to build a snowman?…Actually, do you have a carrot and buttons I could borrow? #frozen #olaf #disney #ffxstorm #va #dc #dmv (at East Market at Fair Lakes)
Am I losing it or is my popcorn vinylmation shaped?
It’s definitely still snowing in Fairfax. #ffxstorm #va #dmv (at East Market at Fair Lakes)
The Way Down
This Hotel in Singapore has the Coolest Sky Gardens Ever
PARKROYAL on Pickering is a hotel-in-a-garden concept that incorporates energy-saving features throughout the property including the ‘zero-energy’ sky gardens. The sustainable project design and green efforts have earned the hotel the BCA Green Mark Platinum, Singapore’s highest green rating, as well as the Solar Pioneer Award for its innovative solar energy system.
The hotel recently celebrated it’s one year anniversary. In that time the hotel has won more than 12 prestigious awards for its architecture and sustainability, including: The President’s Design Award, “Best Hotel Architectural Design” title at the South East Asia Property Awards, FIABCI Singapore Property Award in the Hotel category and the 2013 HICAP Sustainable Hotel Award (Sustainable Project Design). The property was also named “Hotel of the Year” at the World Architecture News Awards.
The 367-room hotel cost $350 million to build and features 15,000 square metres (161,459 sq. ft) of cascading greenery, reflecting pools, waterfalls, planter walls and four-storey high solar-powered sky gardens, constituting more than twice its land area.
I need to see this movie
My dad said if this gets over 1,000,005 notes He will take me to… “DISNEY WORLD”
It’s worked for white people, I figured I might as well give it a shot.
seriously i really want this kid to go to Disney world though
i want to vicariously live my dreams via a person getting a thing they want
((Oh, nice. I see the last person quoted all the time on my personal’s dash. :P))
Reblog this! Especially you, my followers!
Reblog or Mickey Mouse will forever haunt you in your sleep.
This will happen in a matter of hours.
I saw this this time last year
Last House Standing Ben Marcin
"One of the architectural quirks of certain cities on the eastern seaboard of the U.S. is the solo row house. Standing alone, in some of the worst neighborhoods, these nineteenth century structures were once attached to similar row houses that made up entire city blocks. Time and major demographic changes have resulted in the decay and demolition of many such blocks of row houses. Occasionally, one house is spared - literally cut off from its neighbors and left to the elements with whatever time it has left. And then there’s the lingering question of why a single row house was allowed to remain upright. Still retaining traces of its former glory, the last house standing is often still occupied."