Clever Building Solves Its Space Problem by Imitating an Armadillo
Clever Building Solves Its Space Problem by Imitating an Armadillo | Renzo Piano's architecture firm designed the headquarters for the Pathé Foundation, a cinematography organization. It looks like a giant armadillo. Michel Denancé | WIRED.com
Family weeping at graveside: "O Mommy,Why did you listen to the lies of moderation so- called? Can a bear fall but one story from a 20 story building, like a bird can?Please,assembled mourners: Listen never to the deluge of that cult. Their moderation folly following just cost us our matriarch. "
Arctic Pearl Granite (STACY RILEY of Compass Design used this at the 2012 DSH - Tobias House -in the Pool Cabana Bar. (Sample here is from Kitchen-Design-Ideas.org. Stacy's selection was pearly - looked just like marble!)
Android co-founder Rich Miner heading up 'mysterious' Google education project - CNET Enlarge Image Android co-founder Rich Miner. What exactly is Googles new education project? No one really knows but according to Tech Crunch and originally reported by Fortune Android co-founder Rich Miner is leaving GV (formerly known as Google Ventures) to head up the mysterious new edtech initiative within Google Inc. It will not be an Alphabet company. While most of Miners team will reportedly…
Just like a charcoal water filter, charcoal briquettes can be used to absorb moisture and odor from the air in your home. A while back, Gregory tipped us off on using charcoal to remove fridge odors, but they definitely work in other rooms, too. We've found them particularly helpful for "old apartment smell" if you're in an old building or moist smells in basement-level units.
After photo! DIY privacy screen out of hubby's scraps in the garage & screws- 2 pallets, some plywood, different sized screws, spray paint & a little imagination! Cost me $8 for the 2 cans of spray paint, the rest was just scraps. Anyome can build one. Get your pile of scraps, use your imagination & get busy putting things together & taking things apart until it's just how YOU like it. I hope I inspired someone to enjoy their outdoor environment more. Jesus is LORD! God bless!
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#FailFriday So I recently made a decent sized order from @kidneypuncher . Unfortunately their n80 .4x1mm ribbon was out of stock, so I asked my sponsor to snag some from @lightningvapes . Horrible fucking mistake, besides the fact the KP overnighted the delivery and lightning took 8 days to arrive, lightning vapes ribbon is trash, it has like a slight curve in it, like a boomerang, just not as exaggerated, my plan was use n80 and ka1 for a nice color shot.. The LVn80 didn't cooperate with…
The Marketing Matrix :: <P></P> <P>In the hands of the corporate sector, marketing has turned us into spoilt, consumption-obsessed children who are simultaneously wrecking our bodies, psyches and planet. Given the fiduciary duties of the corporation, notions like consumer sovereignty, customer service and relationship building are just corrosive myths that seduce us into quiescence, whilst furnishing big business with unprecedented power. Corporate Social Responsibility, the ultima...
Boston: 1890s The Old State House From this balcony the British Governor of Boston would greet arriving British soldiers who just walked up King Street (now State Street) after their ships docked at Long Wharf in Boston harbor. Also a copy of the Declaration of Independence was read from the balcony in August 1776. It took six weeks to get here from Philadeplphia by horseback.
In a tiny or small house giving up living square footage for a guest room that is not used very often is usually not really viable. However, this tiny house managed to do just that by enclosing the eating area and building a small table into the underside of a Murphey bed. Sure beats merely offering your overnight guest the couch! While a tiny house is a little too cramped for me, the concept could easily be expanded for a larger small home.