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Archives: 2010 December

Archive for December 2010

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How to Change the Look of your Interiors with Brick

In your home interiors, the ability to take one material and make it look a hundred different ways is the appeal of home design. Brick is a material that can be made to look natural, but we know it’s actually a man made product. From its notable red color to the palest of yellows, brick can have many faces for…

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Fresh Alternative to Urban Living: Lake LBJ Retreat by Dick Clark Architecture

Lake LBJ Retreat was designed by Dick Clark Architecture and is located near Marble Falls, Texas, on a peninsula that used to be a private fish camp in the last decades of the 20th century. A peaceful and modern way to escape the racket of urban living, the residence is conveniently built in proximity to the water and…

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Cushions on a Pedestal Inspired by Oriental Traditions

Cushions side by side, stories one after another. This is the motto for an original collection of upholstered furniture designed by Jehs-Laub for COR and entitled Jalis, which in translation means ‘hospitality and relaxed communication”. Designed in a highly contemporary spirit, the creative set takes fluffy giant pillows and places them where they belong: up on pedestals. Within…

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Cute Small Apartment on the Edge of Modern Style

For those of you who like more a subtle interior design, this beautiful and cosy apartment foud at Stadshem will be eye candy. Once you walk in the door of a small hallway, a rustic feeling strikes. But once you get accommodated to the environment, the modern lines of the furniture and black defined mirror seem to shine…

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First Architecture & Fengshui Culture Museum opens in Taizhou – Global Times

First Architecture & Fengshui Culture Museum opens in Taizhou Global Times China's first Architecture & Fengshui Culture Museum was opened to tourists on Tuesday in Taizhou, Jiangsu Province. The newly-built museum aims to explain ..

Top 10 Home Trends for the New Year

At the end of every year it is interesting to see what home interior trends have persevered and what trends look like they will continue into the New Year.  This year has been exciting uses of bold prints and colors, repurposing interior decor, and maximizing outdoor spaces. In 2011, I think these trends will continue but also a need for…

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Reflecting on our year in architecture – Ottawa Citizen

Reflecting on our year in architecture Ottawa Citizen From new-look McDonald's locations to the Ottawa Trainyards, Maria Cook asked a panel of experts to vote on the best and worst of new architecture and urban …

Bright and Cosy Villa in Norway in Perfect Harmony with the Environment

Experience has taught us that when we see an unusually gorgeous interior design, we must look beyond the overall aspect and appreciate the details. This next house is designed and decorated around the idea that heaven is closer than you think. Using white as a background and bright shades of grey and beige, the Norwegian villa found on <a href=”http://www.finn.no/finn/realestate/homes/object?finnkode=25510344″…

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Enterprise architecture: Looking back at 2010 and forward to 2011 – SearchSOA

Enterprise architecture : Looking back at 2010 and forward to 2011 SearchSOA From enterprise architecture to business process management, from mainframes to the cloud, and even security issues. The role of the enterprise architect …

A Unique Philly Architecture Blog is Remembered – Patch

A Unique Philly Architecture Blog is Remembered Patch Here are some of the highlights of the site's coverage of real estate and architecture in Northwest Philadelphia. By Virginia C. McGuire | Email the author ..


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