Floating homes are nothing new, but ‘The Floating Seahorse’ in Dubai is most certainly a living space that most can only dream about. Why? It’s located in The World artificial archipelago and essentially a three-level cubed living space that spans 4,004-square-feet including two bedrooms that are completely submerged underwater.
At $74.3-million, the Jala Penthouse at Aman New York is currently the most expensive residence sold this year. It’s located on the 20th floor and spans over 6,700-feet, complete with an outdoor saltwater swimming pool, two terraces, and even a cabana area for entertaining guests or just relaxation when the weather permits.
A 2,000-foot glass-bottom bridge has just opened in Vietnam’s northwest Son La province, and it could be the world’s longest once verified by Guinness World Records. Suspended 490-feet above a jungle, it winds around cliff faces before letting visitors traverse the space between two peaks for a total length of 632 meters (2,073 feet).
Always wanted to live in a converted crane? Introducing The Crane by YAYS. Located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, this one-of-a-kind three-story apartment offers sweeping views over The River IJ.
Photo credit: Roman Vlasov
Designer Roman Vlasov’s Concept 439 appears to be a floating house that appears to defy gravity, but it’s all just a clever illusion. Perfect for a super villain, it’s nestled securely to the rocky shoreline, while extending beyond the coast to give its inhabitants a panoramic view of the landscape.