This monument size comparison in 3D shows you the true scale of famous structures, and it includes a dancing Deadpool near the top of the San Jacinto Monument. The latter is a column located on the Houston Ship Channel in Texas, constructed between 1936-1939, and part of the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site.
ICON partnered with BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) to develop a 3D-printed El Cosmico campground hotel in Marfa, Texas. It will be situated on a 62 acre plot of land and make use of the latest 3D-printing technologies, complete with a stunning circular infinity pool, open-air bathhouse, outdoor kitchen, as well as other hospitality programming.
Photo credit: Moss and Fog
Moss and Fog used Midjourney AI to visualize how cars would probably look if they were designed by famous architects like Antoni Gaudi (left) and Santiago Calatrava (right). Would these vehicles look more like buildings or actual vehicles with a touch of structural beauty? We imagine the latter, as this artificial intelligence program generates images based on text prompts.
The Oblivion House by minD Design would be perfect for Tony Stark, a Marvel superhero known for his lavish lifestyle. Its transparent walls provide a panoramic view of the ocean, while the structure itself is cantilevered off a cliff, enhancing the modern and tranquil design.
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.