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Volkswagen Touareg: 4MOTION Free Parking

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“To demonstrate the power of Volkswagen 4MOTION technology, we made free parking even tougher to get, working with a team of builders to build a ramp measuring 15 feet high and 31 degrees steep in a busy downtown parking lot. We offered a spot to whoever could manage the climb to the top. Thanks to 4MOTION, the Touareg rose to the challenge – in view of curious onlookers as it climbed – and parked – above the rest.”

Advertising Agency: Red Urban, Toronto, Canada

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Circular Shaped Rooftop Garden Allows 360 Degree City Views

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This simple and classic rooftop garden is an unforgettable design, with the main “garden” being a circular patch of grass with elegantly shaped topiaries surrounding the sleek and simple center. Though it’s 25 stories above the teeming city, this garden is a peaceful oasis just screaming for a visitor or two.

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Elevated Naha Harbor Treehouse Diner in Okinawa, Japan

Located in the Banyan Town shopping center in Okinawa, Japan, the Naha Harbor Diner is nothing short of a spectacle attracting tourists and locals alike. The restaurant focuses on selling “locally grown and organic harvested foods fresh from the farm”. The restaurant itself is perched 20 feet above the ground atop a massive tree trunk and has certainly become a famous landmark in the local area.

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$19 Million ClockTower Penthouse in Brooklyn, New York

After originally hitting the market as the most expensive condo in Brooklyn history, this stunning ClockTower Penthouse has recently been reduced from $25 million all the way down to $19 million, and rumor has it actor Jim Carrey is eyeing the property.

The incredible 7,000 square foot penthouse is located in the Clock Tower building in downtown Brooklyn, and is nothing short of breathtaking. This stunning triplex features 14 foot tall clock faces that allow plenty of natural light to enter the dwelling, while also providing amazing views of the Brooklyn Bridge and New York Harbor. The triplex penthouse is equipped with a glass walled elevator for easy access to each of the floors. The very top of the building is finished off with a beautiful crow’s nest.

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Room Portraits by Menno Aden

You rarely watch a room from this point of view. This series of Room Portraits is by Menno Arden.

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Church of Seed by O Studio Architects

Even though the material palette for this church is austere, the overall effect of the gracefully formed concrete seems more humane. Designed by O Studio Architects, the church sits on top of a hill in Huizhou, China.

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The Death of Death by Mark Jenkins in Dublin

This latest piece by Mark Jenkins is called “The Death of Death”. It was put up in Dublin in early September with Anewspace/Dublin Contemporary during Suicide Awareness Week.

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