The Most Expensive House In The World Goes To Market For $1.1 Billion

What can justify a $1.1 billion price tag for a house? Before searching for the features behind the number, let’s clarify that in this case, “the house” is rather a large, opulent mansion on the French Côte d’Azur, set in a “small” privileged refuge between Nice and Monaco frequently described as the ‘billionaires’ playground.’ First, there’s… More The Most Expensive House In The World Goes To Market For $1.1 Billion

The World’s First Conveyor Belt Hot Pot Restaurant Now in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is now home to the world’s first refrigerated conveyer belt-based hot pot restaurant. Chubby Cattle serves up Mongolian hot pots that travel down a conveyor belt for guests to choose. Guests can also order off the menu, selecting one of six broths as a base. Assorted mushroom, beautiful mushroom and the house “hellishly spicy”… More The World’s First Conveyor Belt Hot Pot Restaurant Now in Las Vegas

How a Young Couple Saved Bedarra Island in Australia and Turned it into a Magical Reef Resort

The rain was beating against the window of my small helicopter as I flew over the endless blue waters of the Coral Sea. The Great Barrier Reef in the distance provided a momentary distraction as we broke through the clouds, and as if by magic, on the horizon, a small lush green island appeared. The… More How a Young Couple Saved Bedarra Island in Australia and Turned it into a Magical Reef Resort

Michael Kors, Kate Hudson Watch Hunger Stop

With the help of Kate Hudson, Michael Kors wants to Watch Hunger Stop, a campaign that aims to achieve a world with zero hunger. This season, the prolific Hollywood actress, entrepreneur and humanitarian lends her face for the meaningful campaign, which features sleek activity trackers and special edition watches that would go towards raising funds… More Michael Kors, Kate Hudson Watch Hunger Stop

dotdotdash Adds LED Glass Sculpture to Nines Hotel

Portland-based creative technology and production studio dotdotdash has installed a permanent LED sculpture in the atrium of the Nines Hotel in Portland, OR. The installation, titled Bird Song, consists of eleven 35 foot-long glass-blown sculptural strands modeled after a sonogram of a repeated bird song by artist Melody Owen. “The sculpture’s form and function was holistically approached to… More dotdotdash Adds LED Glass Sculpture to Nines Hotel

A Memo From Seattle: 13 New Builds in Emerald City

Downtown Seattle is quite literally marked by growth. Cranes clutter the skyline and diggers burrow into the ground, laying the foundation for a dramatically different cityscape on the rise. A June 2016 report by the Downtown Seattle Association counted 65 major buildings under construction in the area—the most since the organization began keeping a tally… More A Memo From Seattle: 13 New Builds in Emerald City