Category: Sky Scrapers
February 2, 2021
How to Keep Your Small Dog Clean and The Convenience of a Pet Pouch—A Pet with Paws

  Your small dog is the perfect size as he snuggles on your lap or when carrying in your arms. However, bath times can sometimes be difficult when you are dealing with small dogs and pups. So, here are tips to help you during bath time and how to keep your snugly furry friend clean […]

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November 24, 2020
How to Get Around Transportation-Wise While Travelling to Venice Italy and the Hanseatic Cities of Europe

Venice is uniquely connected to the mainland by Ponte della Libertà or Liberty Bridge that was built in 1932 and the railroad bridge that lies right next to it built in 1846. Both bridges are 5km long and connect the historic island to the mainland by bus, train and car (The Liberty Bridge, 2018). The […]

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November 20, 2020
How to Start a Self-Storage Business: Success Tips for Beginners

The self-storage (shortened from self-service storage) industry is a service that allows individuals or businesses to use secure storage space to store goods in exchange for rent. We all know that certain experiences such as moving houses or offices can be incredibly cumbersome, and this is where self-storage solutions come in to make the ride […]

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April 28, 2020
7 Exciting Activities to Do on a Singapore Vacation

Singapore is one of the most beautiful and exotic destinations in the world. Check out some exciting activities to do on a Singapore vacation. Do you plan on becoming one of the 18.5 million tourists who visit Singapore each year? If so, doing research on the best things to do in Singapore ahead of time […]

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November 16, 2014
The History and Architecture of the Flatiron Building (New York)

What Makes the Flatiron Building so Cool to This Day When built over 100 years ago the Flatiron building in New York was famous not for it's height but for its unique architecture, structure-wise. Ever since 1902 photographers and media in general depict the Flatiron Building as an iconic building of New York because there […]

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May 21, 2014
Ariana Grande Florida House: The Former Megahome

A House For A Singing Sensation: Ariana Grande Florida House Ariana Grande recently sold her Boca Raton, Florida house back in 2013 in order to move to Los Angeles to start her career that has obviously taken off. The Problem singer's house had many amenities that most people would kill for. She can have her […]

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April 9, 2014
Rugs and Carpets That Can Bring the Best Out of a Room

Find a Rug or Carpet that Fits in with Your Living Space Not too often do you find a home with absolutely no carpets or rugs. Some people stray away from carpets and go for complete hardwood floors for a modern look. Either way carpets are used on hardwood and even on carpets (when you […]

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April 4, 2013
Reed Kroloff on Modern and Romantic Architecture World Trade Center

Reed Kroloff gives us another view for judging new architecture: is it modern, or is it romantic? Look for inspirational images from two leading practices - and a blistering critique of the 9/11 planning process. The use of different materials in architecture changed drastically after the devastating but revolutionary event that took place on 9/11. Warning, some […]

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November 2, 2012
Jaw-Dropping Spa at the Viceroy Miami- Philippe Starck

Just when you think you have seen it all from design’s eternal enfant terrible, Philippe Starck continues to surprise. Recombining some of his signature set pieces—oversize mirrors, brightly tinted crystal chandeliers, and haute-French furniture—the master of whimsical pastiche debuted this 28,000-square-foot dream of a spa and fitness center at the Viceroy Miami in December 2008, […]

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August 15, 2012
Tribune Tower; A Chicago Landmark

Tribune tower was built in 1925 in Chicago, IL (obviously). With its Neo- Gothic design (meaing the revival of Gothic or victorian architecture. So basically, buildings that look like their from Elizabethan England, but were actually built like forty years ago) and 36 floors, it seems like any other building lying around Chicago; Except its so much more. […]

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August 1, 2012
Stunning New York Duplex Defies your Dreams

This remarkable penthouse duplex is located on the 10th and 11t floors of the building on West 19th Street, New York. The duplex can be considered over the top with 2350 square feet of living space. A whopping 6 rooms and 3 bathrooms for everyone. The entire duplex has a modern sleek style. Through the wall to […]

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July 17, 2012
Firework Show or Building? The Taipei 101 Building

The Taipei 101 formerly know as the Taipei World Financial Center was constructed in 2004 while construction started in 1999. It remained the tallest building from 2004-2010. The building is has 101 above ground (hence the name) and 5 floors below ground. The building is located in the Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan. The building consists of the faster […]

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