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A bit more pure white snow and it would look even more great… =O)
In Australia during the 60′s and 70′s they built BIG things. Like the Big Banana in Coffs Harbour. If you went there on holiday you had to get your photo taken in front of it as proof you’d been.
everything everywhere is writting in English. its not just! :[
Wow haaaa the 70′s great for music,not so much for Architecture.The ice hotel in Sweden though that’s the way to do it.
Funnily enough I was watching a Docu On one being built. It was interesting and cold. My nipples will freeze in these conditions amoung other things haaaa I also may be tempted too do other naughty things with cold things and snow. But anyway cool idea. Been too an ice bar in London crazy I was freezing. And even then my nipples got noticeably hard in my outfit lol. I was cold and wet. Hope the vid stuff is going well. My goodness BCs list of things is highly o.O bless My fav lunatic
omg! I wish I could be there and see it *-*
See how come you didn’t use this place in the THE KILL video? So much cooler. Literally.
Wow… What an interesting! I love to know more about other places, other countries! Thx a lot for sharing! Dear Jared… Are you still awake? Please, go rest & relax a bit, you need + deserve! XD Wish you a great sunday! Love you sooo much! Kisses & XO
One sick igloo there. Very swollen, with ugly, nasty looking ulcers all over. Dying;
It was good for dating, warm the feet is always good
Hello,Jared. It’s interesting style.
So many things they could do with this, instead they are letting it just melt away.
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Cold outside.. warm inside XO
Thanks for sharing Jared and informative too! xoxo Borneo, Malaysia.
the ugliest igloo ever… but the space in great to organize events. What a pity to let it lose!
oh wow! sad waste of potential!
gives the appearance of solitude and cold, but it’s a good place for inpiracion and creation. depending on the artist’s perspective. always love <3
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Such an interesting building. It is a shame nobody feel the need to make something special with it. Sure with the shape inside the acoustic could be great. I feel it it became something like a venue for concert it could be dragging people there more and make it a special place. Hope one day someone will love this building enough and have the money to do something with it.
style forgot? more exploded lol but aww shame no shots of inside
And to think that this warm inside
Wow. incredible. thanks for sharing….. hugs JS
I would love to urban explorer in there
Thanks for sharing your knowledge, the places he has visited. There are fantastic places ….
I love the website. I spent an afternoon watching all these interesting buildings and works of art. Thanks for sharing!!
that’s cool !!!!! ;
HI,This needs some spruce(ing) up
All the best xXx
it’s a singular structure and it could be an interesting investiment, for a lot of reasons: the position, the benefits and the applications of a structure like that can have ..
it has absolutely a great potential but honestly today an “igloo hotel” it’s an outdated idea because, in countries like that, the new reality of the hospitality is the ice hotel.
I really love abandoned places!!! Is one of my passions!
This is brilliant! The building StarWars forgot.
lets demolish it for the inuits sake mr leto-exploitation purely simple-
Lets demolish this farce-for the inuits-exploitation at its worse-
Interesting building. I wonder if it has an intriquing history. It does look like a Star Wars prop left behind. Be great to shoot a sci-fi movie from.
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