The Stunning Beauty Of London Floors Or Why You Should Look Down While Travelling

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Sebastian Erras (previously) is a talented photographer and artist, who was born in 1986 in the south of Germany and currently based in Amberg, Bavaria, Germany. Continue reading »

Barcelona Floors: Photographer Inspires Us To Look Down And Discover City’s Culture

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While visitors to Barcelona are craning their necks towards the top of Sagrada Família, or looking out to sea at Barceloneta Beach, they might be missing one of the city’s most overlooked treasures — its floors. To tell the story of the historic Catalonian capital from the ground up, German photographer Sebastian Erras collaborated with Pixartprinting on the series Barcelona floors. The photographic report takes viewers on a visual journey through the city’s streets and landmarks, uncovering the intricate mosaic patterns and vibrant tile motifs native to the culture and community of the place. Continue reading »

A Fire Pole Is A Fun Way To Travel Between Floors

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Photography by Lucas Henning

When Designs Northwest Architects were designing this home in Stanwood, Washington, they included a fire pole as a fun way to get between floors. Continue reading »

Artist Spray Paints Floors Of Abanoned Buildings With Colorful Tile Patterns

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Javier de Riba, an artist based in Barcelona, creates fascinating works of street art that make it seem as though the empty buildings he explores are paved with beautiful tile floors. Instead of actually tiling them, however, he simply paints on them with stencils and spray paint.
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Most Expensive Home in the World has 27 Floors, Ocean and Slum Views

The home of India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani, in Mumbai. The $1-billion home, seven years in the making, is 400,000 square feet on 27 floors, all for a family of six. The building is named Antilia, after a mythical island. (DANISH SIDDIQUI / Reuters) Continue reading »