Category: Furniture
July 30, 2012
10 Space Saving Bedrooms with Work Spaces

Dealing with a small space on a daily basis can be frustrating at times but that can change. Making a small space usable is sometimes the only choice, depending on location and budget. A lot of times you can even do it yourself! Here is some inspirations if you want to maximize your space. Sometimes all it takes is adding a comfy […]

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July 18, 2012
Modern Shelter: Eat and Lounge In This Cute Chair

Introduction Martin Solem the Norwegian designer created this shelter with the idea of simplicity in mind. He wanted to create a place inside a place were city dwellers can feel private while enjoying the company of others. Read more about the modern shelter below. The polygon shape is very efficient. The furniture is made from […]

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July 14, 2012
Park or Railroad? The High Line in New York

When you first saw the images of The High Line you might have thought that it was an abandoned railroad, which is what I first thought. That is actually correct, because before The High Line or also called New York City linear park was created in 2009 it was an abandoned railroad. It stretches 1 […]

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July 14, 2012
The National Historic Landmark Falling Water By Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright and His Legacy If you know anything about architecture you must know about the famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. He was born in 1867 and died in 1959. His main philosophy was bringing nature into architecture. His fame was brought to him because of his revolutionary style. His buildings are generally […]

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