The folks over at National Geographic, along with a team of scientists, engineers, and world-class balloon pilots, recreated the house from Disney/Pixar’s UP! The house flew at an altitude of 10,000 feet for 1 hour before it was brought down. This was all done for the new National Geographic Series “How Hard Can it Be?” that premieres this fall...awesomeness

This is awesome! The team from National Geographic have created a real-life "balloon-house" version of Pixar's animated hit film, Up. Yes, a house tied to gas balloons that actually flies.

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Shipping container homes are a genius way to repurpose something we would otherwise throw away. This home in Savannah, Georgia was created by Price Street Projects.

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This cozy cabin is located in Quebec, Canada. It took architect Bernard Morin 7 recycled shipping containers to piece together this asymmetrical wonder. Inside you'll find a generous sq ft, featuring 4 comfortable bedrooms.

These 10 Home Libraries Are For People Who Really, Really Love Their Books (PHOTOS)

These 10 Home Libraries Are For People Who Really, Really Love Their Books (PHOTOS)

Seattle-based studio DeForest Architects has completed this two story mountain retreat. The contemporary residence sits on a lot overlooking the Lake Wenatchee in Washington State, USA 5 ***Secret room behind bookshelf***

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Buying or selling property can be incredibly tricky - luckily Michael Spicer has some valuable tips for both buyers and sellers.

This Rusty Shipping Container Seems Abandoned. But Look Inside…It’s Actually A Ravishing Home!

The Savannah Project by Price Street Projects in Savannah, Georgia, USA. As a port city, Savannah has an abundance of obsolete shipping containers. Artist Julio Garcia repurposed two of these containers to create his residence and studio in Savannah.

'Poor doors': not the worst thing about social housing

'Poor doors': not the worst thing about social housing

Separate entrances are nothing new, and the truth is that social housing providers demand them. Oliver Wainwright on why we need to think outside the apartment block to solve this modern-day apartheid

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