Haaks Opperland Camper
Haaks Opperland Camper looks normal at first, but upon closer inspection, you’ll realize that it’s actually a mini two-story sustainable home on wheels. What about the vehicle? It’s a Fiat Ducato, and yes, it comes with the Opperland camper unit itself. To purchase it outright, you’re looking at shelling out approximately $153K, which includes Netherland’s private motor vehicle and motorcycle tax (BPM) and the European Union’s value-added tax (VAT).

Apple Central World Bangkok Thailand
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Apple Central World, its second and largest retail location in Thailand, has opened in the heart of Ratchaprasong, Bangkok’s iconic intersection. Aside from its stunning architecture, it features the first-ever all-glass design, housed under a cantilevered Tree Canopy roof. As you step inside, guests can traverse between two levels using a spiral staircase that wraps around a timber core, or by riding a unique cylindrical elevator clad in mirror-polished stainless steel.

Dada Currents for Currents Modular Floating Home
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The 1995 film Waterworld is set in the distant future where the polar ice cap has completely melted, and the sea level has risen over 25,000-feet, covering nearly all of the Earth’s land. If this scenario were to ever become a reality, Dada “Currents of Currents” proposal are perfect. Put simply, they are modular floating homes that can easily be setup and transported just about anywhere in the world.

Modern Cave House
Cave homes and hotels are nothing new, but Grant’s creation was several decades in the making. He first moved to Moab, Utah as a young man, and by 1980, he’d gathered enough money to purchase 40 acres of undeveloped land near Boulder. For the next 25 years, he lived in a trailer without running water or electricity, while learning to grow his own food. As he led horse back riding treks on his land in 1996, he started blasting into the side of a large bedrock.