François Abélanet is a landscape designer who uses geometry and perception to trick your mind and create these amazing optical illusions.
“Pipe Dream” was designed for the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show as an antidote to hectic & noisy city life.
This 200 square metre green wall was commissioned by Transport for London in an ambitious effort to combat air pollution in one of the capital’s busiest areas.
A grade-II listed gasholder in King’s Cross has been lovingly restored and converted into a unique urban park.
Lucky office workers in the Ampersand Building in Soho can use this green staircase to meet, relax, network and socialize. The building was designed by Paul Cocksedge Studio.
A New Zealand man has created a full-sized church made purely from from trees that looks like something from a story book.
What would you do if you were told the world was going to end in 34 days? That question was put to British Youtuber Colin Furze. His answer was to build the ultimate apocalyptic bunker/man-cave right under his back garden.
On the edge of Lake Klejtrup in Denmark, you can walk around a giant map of the world made entirely out of stones and grass.
Created by architecture firm Penda for China’s International Garden Expo 2015, Where the River Runs has been designed to highlight the global water crisis.
Students from the Estonian Academy of Arts have created these giant timber megaphones, designed to amplify the natural sounds of the forest.