I've always found it strangely fascinating to see how other people live.
In fact, I constantly have to remind myself that it's not OK to blatantly stare into people's windows as I walk around the city because, for one, it's pretty creepy.
And two, whoever lives there probably thinks I'm some sort of crazed cat burglar as opposed to an innocent passerby who's simply admiring the unique mix of textures they incorporated into their living room decor.
Apparently, I'm not the only one out there who likes to take a peek into other people's homes.
For his upcoming book, "My Room Project," author John Thackwray set out to uncover the mystery of what everyday life looks like for others by snapping aerial shots of young men and women sitting in their bedrooms as he traveled all over the world.
According to the photographer's website,
All these photographs are a testimony to the world that surrounds us. Combining visual anthropology and social photography, this conscious project make us aware of the diversity of lifestyles, destruction of our traditions and the rise of inequalities.
Check out the pictures below to see some of the captivating images from Thackrway's incredible photo collection: