In this Architectural Digest video, architect Michael Wyetzner looks at the evolution of Wayne Manor in the Batman franchise, from its first appearance in the comic books to its depictions in television and film. Spoiler alert: It's gotten bigger, and bigger, and bigger.
Takasugi-an is a teahouse built by architect Terunobu Fujimori. The name Takasugi-an is quite fitting, as it translates to "a teahouse [built] too high." It's located in Chino, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. The tea house sits on two tall chestnut trees that were brought to the site from a nearby mountain. To go inside, one must… READ THE REST
This 62-story skyscraper with a trippy "floating" cube of top floors may be built in downtown San Francisco. If the new 640-foot-tall project for 620 Folsom street is approved, it will be the 7th tallest building in San Francisco. The 54th floor would be entirely glass to give the illusion that the floors above are… READ THE REST
To quote Bob Dylan, "Oh, the times they are a changin'." I can't quite remember when it happened, but sometime in my life, I remember when Bruce Wayne went from being a millionaire to a billionaire. Granted, the move was a logical one as it helped give Batman a narratively appropriate level of unattainable wealth… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. The holidays are around the corner, and the holidays are a time to show gratitude to others. We're thankful for you this time of year, so we're showing our appreciation by… READ THE REST