At the end of each year we make a list of the most popular posts of outgoing year. To understand what was interesting for you, our readers, and in what direction we have to move on to continue to amaze you with the most creative things all over the world. This year you were interested in absolutely different topics, such as architecture, custom bikes, art and even creative cupcakes! So, jump into the list and check TOP 10 hot posts of 2019!
10. 15 Most Creative Modern Wooden Houses [ check it here ]
And our list starts from the collection of the most creative wooden houses all across the world. Wood is the material associated with comfort and calmness. Add here modern architecture, new technologies and a beauty of surrounding nature – and you will get the best accommodation for suburban life. In the following post we’ve collected architectural projects of modern wooden houses of latest years.
9. When You Can Eat a Cactus – Culinary Masterpieces by Ivenoven [ check it here ]
The next item in our collection are hyper realistic succulent desserts created by the artist called Ivenoven, who is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. By looking at these lush succulent desserts anyone could easily mistake them as being real, when in fact, the lush succulents are actually made from butter!
8. Suki – Traveling Cat from Canada [ check it here ]
This cute cat from Canada took another place in our list. Suki is a gorgeous Bengal cat who isn’t afraid of taking her tiny paws on big adventures. Not only that, Suki looks absolutely elegant with each step she takes and has the photos to prove it! From a canoe ride to a blossoming meadow, each place becomes a lot brighter once this Bengal enters it.
7. Impressive Cool Diving Watch From MB&F
The next place belongs to impressive diving watch from MB&F. This exquisite timepiece is a cool diving watch that can handle 50-meter deep waters, but it’s absolutely incredible from any angle you look at it. Showing off a 53.8 mm case consisting 95 parts, this precious watch also benefits from a sapphire sandwich inner case where a spherical mechanical automatic movement makes everything come to life.
6. Futuristic 197 Building In The Heart Of Parramatta, Australia [ check it here ]
Another post about architecture in our list – winner of the International Design Excellence Competition for 197 Church Street, Parramatta, Australia. A tower inspired by nature and history originates from the building’s location in the heart of Parramatta.
5. Stunning ‘K75 Alpha’ – From a Concept To Reality [ check it here ]
The first bike in our collection. Impressive ‘K75 Alpha’ by Istanbul based designer Mehmet Doruk Erdem is mix of a traditional classic style with go-fast streamliner lines. Based upon the classic BMW ‘K75 Triple’, the ‘Alpha’ features an elegant rolling chassis with hand-made bodywork that truly mimics Erdem’s other-worldly concept.
4. Miniature Sculptural Airships From Cardboard [ check it here ]
The next popular post of 2019 features tiny sculptures from cardboard created by Netherlands-based artist Jeroen van Kesteren. Made primarily from cardboard, aluminum foil, adhesives, and an assortment of papers used for sails and propellers, the whimsical flying machines from a series titled “Orphanage for Lost Adventures” have a distinct steampunk feel.
3. Top 10 Most Expensive Cars in the World [ check it here ]
And the next place belongs to a list of the most expensive cars in the world. We’ve carefully created this list and now it includes luxury cars from Bugatti Chiron with price tag $2,7 million to Rolls Royce Sweptail for $13 million.
2. Concrete Villa 131 By Bracket Design Studio [ check it here ]
The second place of our list features modern concrete villa 131 located in Urban Isfahan, Iran. The architect of this building is Iranian architect Shervin Hosseini of Bracket Design Studio.
1. Japan Design: Way of the Samurai Embodied In Motorbike [ check it here ]
And the first place goes to this stunning bike concept by Artem Smirnov and Vladimir Panchenko. The Motorbike From Great Japan takes its aesthetic inspiration from the unique Japanese design spirit and elements of origami and the Samurai way of life. And our readers really liked this vision!