Stunning innovation from Japanese designers and architects combining traditional aesthetics with cutting-edge creativity
Here's our selection of this week's best videos from Euronews' No Comment section.
The "Golden Bridge" in the Ba Na Hills has attracted many tourists since it opened in June and sits a 1,000 metres above sea level
The subtitle this year is 'Freespace', but how that is interpreted is left wide open.
What is a high net worth individual to do if they want a second home abroad, but don’t feel like they can commit to one place?
The UNESCO list of world heritage sites has a new addition. After Spain's medieval city of Medina Azahara was added on Sunday,
We cruise on the River Svir discovering centuries-old Orthodox churches along the way
The Royal Academy of Arts unveiled its highly-anticipated refurbishment last month, and according to the President, Christopher le Brun, everyone is welcome
How the Martićeva neighbourhood has turned into a hub for artists and creative people in Croatia
Visitors to this years International Architecture Exhibition, the Biennale, in Venice are being asked to reflect on space and its implications
The 45-metre tall observation tower offers panoramic views of Denmark's Gisselfeld Kloster park and will be connected to a 900-metre-long treetop walkway.
Timber is set to become a popular alternative to traditional building materials used in tall buildings, says Rune Abrahamsen, a timber expert who is helping to construct the world's tallest wooden high-rise in Norway.
The building served as an orphanage until 1964 and has been abandoned ever since.
A communist monument in mountainous Bulgaria, an ice factory in England and an art nouveau casino in Romania are among Europe’s most endangered heritage sites, say campaigners.
Micro-apartments made from giant concrete drainage pipes are on display in Hong Kong’s industrial area of Kwun Tong
A new glass-bottom suspension bridge in central China's Henan Province brought a fun mixture of excitement and thrill to tourists during the Spring Festival holiday.
Using robots and plants, scientists, architects and robotics researchers are trying to find a way to grow green cities out of the ground.
Thomas Heatherwick reflects on cityscape architecture and how it should “lift up and nourish” urban living.
The first project of renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi, Casa Vicens, has opened to the public as a museum.
In this edition of Global Japan we meet Shigeru Ban and Sou Fujimoto, two world famous Japanese architects.
The wave of Japanese architects who are leaving an indelible mark on 21st century European architecture
A high-end co-working environment with a focus on wellness and design.
The Lakhta Center in St Petersburg isn't even finished yet, but its creators are already claiming it's bigger than all other skyscrapers in Europe
In Paris with Brigitte Tanaka, a mysterious collector you will never meet.
A new bridge is being finalised to replace it after decades of complaints over its congestion.
Living it chats luxury lifestyle and home decor with Lebanese-American celebrity interior designer Ryan Korban.