Sliced agate windows in Grossmunster Church, Zurich, Switzerland, German artist, Sigmar Polke. Seven windows depicting five figures from the Old Testament were created out of sliced agate, forming luminous rounds of variegated stone. The agate, most commonly associated with volcanic rock, is millions of years old, and was treated with special pigments to transform its normally earth-toned colouration, bringing a Murano glass-like quality to the windows of this 12th century Romanesque church.
This home in Nigeria was partially designed in the shape of an airplane. It's in the city of Abuja, and was created by a couple to display their love for traveling. There's a kitchen and computer room in the "plane" part of the house. Read more: