Only in Amsterdam would you find a massive underwater parking garage built exclusively for up to 7,000 bicycles. Officially called the Stationsplein bicycle garage, it was constructed under the ‘Open Harbourfront’, complete with two-tiered racks supplied by VelopA, with monitoring technology provided by LumiGuide.
Photo credit: Zecc Architecten | Stijn Poelstra
Architecture firm Zecc Architecten transformed a water tower in Utrecht, Netherlands into four luxurious apartments that provide panoramic views of the city below. This 19th century water tower, called Amsterdamsestraatweg Water Tower, was actually designated as a national monument before it was acquired by a private party in 2012.
Always wanted to stay in a decommissioned Boeing 737 jumbo jet? Well, soon you’ll be able to do it in pure luxury at the Private Jet Villa by Hanging Gardens Air. It is being built by entrepreneur Felix Demin who purchased the aircraft from former Indonesian airline Mandala Air. He has been working on it since 2021 and could be months away from opening up the villa in Bali.
Have $15,000 to spare and always wanted a Lamborghini bike? If so, then look no further than the 3T Exploro Racemax x Huracán Sterrato. This gravel bike not only features 3T Discus 45 l 40 LTD carbon fiber rims, but also a 12-speed Sram Rival AXS 10-36t cassette, Fat 40mm 700c Pirelli Cinturato gravel tires, as well as a sleek Fizik Antares Versus EVO 00 seat.
The all-new LEGO Art (31208) The Great Wave set consists of 1,180-pieces and reimagines the masterpiece by Katsushika Hokusai, a Japanese ukiyo-e artist of the Edo period. It is believed to have been originally printed on a woodblock in the early 1830s and has since been recreated as street art as well as countless merchandise worldwide.