As if straight out of science-fiction, NASA presents its supersonic X-Plane intended for commercial use.
This is what luxe looks like, as we step through the doors of Tommy Hilfiger’s $50 million New York penthouse. Check it out.
The notorious American Gangster purchased the property in 1928, and has recently been restored to its Prohibition-era glory.
Soaring to new heights of luxury and extravagance, this $83 million private jet is more sky lounge than air craft.
There’s extravagant. Then there’s the historic Woolworth building, where apartments come with 360 views of New York at $21 million a pop.
Another win for sustainable infrastructure out of Norway with the design plans confirmed for this ring-shaped spectacle in the Arctic circle.
The sunken luxury property will play host to fifty rooms spread out over multi-tierd levels adjoining the watchmaker’s museum next door.
Chances are high you’ve been in the vicinity of this property without even knowing it was there.
The unique structure cost over $2 million to make.
Whoever said that there’s no money in music anymore clearly wasn’t referring to pop or producing or Zedd.
Perched on a ridgeline amongst a sweeping landscape of lush, European-esque rolling hills, “The Farm” is capable of up to 30 guests.
The perfect design for the man behind Star Wars.