The @louvreabudhabi designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect @ateliersjeannouvel will make your head spin. A total of 7850 aluminum stars went into making its dome, which is 180 meters (591 feet) in diameter and weighs over 7700 tons -- and that's just the roof.
Artist @alichaaban paints pop culture icons on Persian rugs as part of his 'Broken Dream' series. "Mixing the pop culture with traditional aesthetics felt like a broken dream, to somehow connect what I loved as a child to what I love now as an adult," he says.
One for the bucket list? The Tianjin Binhai Library, designed by @mvrdv, is a massive library that can hold up to 1.2 million books. Construction was completed earlier this month, and the space features bookshelves that stretch from ceiling to floor.
The @louvreabudhabi, designed by architect @ateliersjeannouvel, has been officially unveiled after 10 years in the making. The museum, which borrows the 'Louvre' name from France, will be open to public November 11.
Originally built in 1912, the church of Santa Barbara in Llanera, Asturias was converted to a skate park in 2015. Artist @okudart was commissioned to paint the church walls with his signature bright geometric works of art. (: @luchovidales)
Hastings Pier has won the 2017 @RIBA Stirling Prize, making it the UK's best new building. The pier was destroyed by a fire in 2010, and was redesigned by London-based @drmmarchitects. Originally built in 1872, the structure was once a popular seaside attraction. It hosted concerts by several high-profile artists, including the likes of Jimmy Hendrix and The Rolling Stones. (: @clickclickjim)
That's impossible ... but it's a photo? These images of Hong Kong offer a surreal take on the city's most popular sites. They are the work of @surrealhk, or Tommy Fung, who uses photoshop to create playful and impossible altered images of the city and its landmarks. (via @cnntravel)
Hundreds of artists have created more than 500 sculptures in honor of Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died in October 2016. Some of the sculptures depict religious figures, referencing Buddhist and Hindu traditions, while others pay tribute King Bhumibol's life. The works will be on display during the funeral, alongside the King's urn. The $90 million ceremony will be the biggest royal funeral in living memory.
Would you eat here? This is "Under," Europe's first underwater restaurant. Designed by @snohetta, the concrete structure will be located at the southernmost point of Norways coastline. It will stand on the sea bed five meters (16 feet) below the water surface and feature a 36-foot wide panoramic window.