The Citadelle Laferrière, located on top of a mountain in northern Haiti, is one of the largest fortresses in the Americas. The Citadel was built by Henri Christophe, who played a key role in the Haitian Revolution that eventually led to the country gaining independence from France in 1804. Continue reading
Oh you thought you had seen it all? Think again, because the Groundfridge is about to blow …your …mind! Unavailable until spring of 2017, you will have to hold on to your excitement for some time, but let the anticipation begin because this autonomic number is a chic new addition to the cellar world. Continue reading
Following the large-scale, comprehensive renovation, Normann Copenhagen has opened the doors of its spectacular new showroom, inviting the visitor to take a stroll through the fascinating universe of colors and contrasting textures.
“We want to give visitors the feeling they’re moving around in an art installation.” Continue reading
During the winter months, Venice suffers from bouts of periodic flooding, known as acqua alta, caused by exceptionally high tides that occur in the northern Adriatic Sea. These floods lasts three to four hours, during which water pour from the canals onto the streets and inside buildings. Continue reading
At the southwest corner of Christopher Street and Seventh Avenue, in front of the entrance to the Village Cigars store, there’s a small triangular mosaic set into the sidewalk which reads “Property of the Hess Estate Which Has Never Been Dedicated for Public Purpose”. Continue reading
Belgian’s Otto Van De Steene and Thomas Weyn wanted to travel with a canoe and be able to easily use it within the city, but there wasn’t anything on the market. They set out to design their own canoe Continue reading