Arrested Development premiers in the UK this weekend on Netflix, heralding the return of everyone’s favourite property developing family: The Bluths.
If you need inspiration for your bedroom, look no further than Jee Young Lee. The Korean artist has created a series of surreal, stunning pieces of interior decor, weaving materials – and herself – into dreamlike worlds...
Ah, Christmas. A time for eating food, giving presents, defending your home against burglars and covering your home in as many lightbulbs as humanly possible. As technology improves and the need for festive joy grows bigger, those decorations are becoming more ambitious every year. Here are TheMoveChannel.com's Top 10 Christmas lights of 2013.
Photo: Simon & His Camera The “Walkie Talkie” skyscraper in London won many column inches this summer when its reflective windows scorched the panels of a Jaguar car parked...
It’s every child’s dream. But would you live in a fire station? Chicago hopes the answer is “yes”, because the city is selling up its old fire stations around the city. 11, to be precise. The vacant buildings are being put up for auction next month, officials have announced, alongside a “variety of police stations”.
Haikyo. That is what they call an abandoned building in Japan. But while the word itself may sound simple, it does not always do justice to the property in question. For example, this long vacant home, which used to belong to a wealthy Japanese politician.
It sounds like something you would see in a horror movie, but a boy was scared for real when he found a stranger living in a secret room behind his bookcase.
Skyscrapers have been racing to become the tallest for years, but in South Korea one company is thinking outside of the box. In fact, they are making the box disappear altogether. How? By building the world’s first invisible tower.
Duck farmer Luo Baogen and his wife became famous around the world last year when they refused to allow their home to be demolished for a new motorway.
As Breaking Bad reaches its final ever episode this weekend, fans are asking themselves how the story of a high school teacher turned meth cook might end. TheMoveChannel.com is the one who asks the other, more important, question: how much would Walter White’s house cost?