Tag: culture
November 24, 2020
Floating Concert Hall - Point Counterpoint II Louis Kahn and My Additional Design Proposal

In the 1957 Robert Boudreau founded the American Wind Symphony Orchestra. Originally, they would tow a barge along the Ohio, Cumberland, Tennessee, and Mississippi Rivers and pull up to a shore to perform on the barge. In the 1970s Robert Boudreau commissioned Louis Kahn to design a self-contained, self-propelled concert stage with a pop-up clamshell […]

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November 24, 2020
Venice Biennale of Architecture Pavilions From Every Country

This is a special Guide: you will find detailed information of the history and monuments of Venice, and useful information about the events and shows that take place in this city. It is, therefore, both a GUIDE and a MAGAZINE. Thanks to the new electronic formats, that can be updated real-time, you’ll always know what’s […]

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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 23, 2020
A US Citizen's Guide to Moving to Canada: 4 Key Tips to Consider

About 30% of Americans are interested in moving to Canada. That interest has led many people who are eligible for visas to mosey across the border in pursuit of a new life. While Canada does have a very active immigration system, becoming a legal resident/citizen of the nation takes work and preparation. In this post, […]

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November 7, 2020
The Best Approach to Hiring an Engineering Recruiter

Recruiters in the engineering field often find candidates and fill vacancy posts. They meet demands from employees and employers by selecting the best in the hiring process. Talent acquisition is the specialty of these headhunters, And if you are looking to be recruited, be sure to consider pursuing mechanical engineering course. When you are an […]

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November 4, 2020
4 Fun Day Trips Around Whistler

Image Credit: Pixabay When people first think of Whistler, they immediately think of skiing and the great resorts the area offers. If you ever close on one of the Whistler homes for sale, this is probably what you’re going to expect at first as well. However, there are also a lot of trips that you […]

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October 5, 2020
All You Need To Know About Grow Box

Earlier, creating an indoor garden was a struggle, especially for people living in city apartments. There was hardly any space and potting and growing plants in that small area was a challenge. However, grow boxes have helped people to overcome this problem and allowed them to grow beautiful indoor plants. But since grow boxes work […]

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September 11, 2020
5 Things to Give Up If You Want to Travel More

  Traveling is an amazing opportunity to see the world and its rich display of culture. With hundreds of countries, dozens of climates, and more than anyone could possibly see in one lifetime, the Earth is rich with experiences; both human and strictly nature-driven. If you’re looking to see more of our beautiful planet and […]

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September 8, 2020
CREATIVE WAYS TO ACHIEVE A BEAUTIFUL HOUSE EXTERIOR

Source Our houses are our center of peace, solace, and comfort. No matter how attractive, unique, or cozy your workplace is, you cannot get the same satisfaction there. We have sentimental values attached to our houses, as they are part of our memories and important moments of joy and sorrow. Similarly, they also have significance […]

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August 13, 2020
How To Manage Your Real Estate Investments During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Introduction Are you confused about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the real estate investment industry? Do you want to know about some tips and tricks to protect your investments during the pandemic? Are you aware how you can increase sales, generate high profits and win new customers for your real estate? There is a […]

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August 2, 2020
3 Major Types Of Hot Water Systems for Your Home

The Northern Beaches is a region in Sydney where people can enjoy the great outdoors and experience the rich Australian culture. The area includes the famous Sydney Harbour in the south, the Middle Harbour in the west, and the edges of the Broken Bay in the north. Locals and tourists visit the region because of […]

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July 20, 2020
Top 5 New York Iconic Architectural Marvel You Don't Want to Miss

  New York is considered a concrete Jungle (where dreams have turned a reality). There is more to love in this beautiful city, and one of the things that stand out is the vast architectural landmarks and iconic buildings. It is also home to the world's tallest buildings that have been around for more than […]

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June 29, 2020
House And Land Packages At Goulburn Helps You To Build Your New Home

  It is not always possible to find suitable land at an affordable price to build your dream home, by your lone effort. A professional hand dealing with the nitty-gritty of building a new home and finding a land plot would give immense relief and assistance. If you take the help of local builders who […]

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June 22, 2020
Top 5 Cities for LGBT Travelers

A rainbow-colored spectrum of fabulous cities around the world await those who seek LGBT-friendly destinations. From the laid-back friendliness of Portland, to the clubs of Berlin, to the Pride Festivals of Auckland, we’ve rounded up the top five cities that will ensure your next holiday is incredible. Tokyo, Japan – there is no city on […]

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June 22, 2020
The Incredibly Interesting History of Interior Design

How did decorating spaces become a thing? What spurred certain design styles? Who influenced the industry? Find out in this history of interior design.     The term 'interior designer' wasn't used by contemporary society until the early 1900s. However, the art of creating and enlivening indoor spaces dates back to the earliest human societies. […]

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May 21, 2020
Managing Your House's Light Power Needs

Source: pixabay.com Ever tried walking around in your home while it's dark? It's possible for some people. But can you imagine living in a dark home all your life? No, right? It's like living in a house that is haunted; you never know what might appear out of nowhere. Lights have a more significant impact […]

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May 19, 2020
Lining Material 101: How Does A Pipe Liner Work?

Pipe lining is a process to restore a pipe from corrosion, cracks, or leaks from damages caused by roots and other natural elements. An expert pipe relining technician handles this task, as it might become too challenging for the average individual to accomplish this particular task. But, it might raise questions, such as, “How does […]

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April 5, 2020
5 Architecture Design Trends That Are Changing the Way the World Looks

Architecture is evolving faster than nearly any other industry on Earth. Architects and engineers need to keep up with the accelerating pace of culture. Architects need to work smart and fast, however.  Architects are clearly weathering the storm. The architecture sector sees an annual increase of 2.2%. Architects are learning to work quickly as well […]

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April 5, 2020
Tips When Designing Your Next Onsite Building

Tips When Designing Your Next Onsite Building The important elements to add when designing an onsite building includes topography, vegetation, weather, culture, existing buildings, and infrastructure. A thorough onsite analysis is crucial so that the proposed and current conditions will be properly presented. So how do you design an onsite building? In this post, you'll […]

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April 2, 2020
5 Sources for Real Estate Agent Recruitment

  It’s essential for real estate brokerages to recruit new talent, especially if they have a continuously growing customer base. However, recruiting new agents is also one of the biggest challenges in the industry. This is due to various factors, including the low number of licensed real estate agents who move from their current brokerages […]

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March 6, 2020
What is Art Conservation Maintenance?

  Art conservation maintenance includes all those processes which help to keep artwork looking its best at all times. Over the course of time, artwork can take on a worn finish, paint can start flaking, surfaces can become chipped, and a whole catalog of other issues can develop. When regular maintenance work is conducted on […]

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February 27, 2020
My Luxurious Travel Guide Review for Rajasthan India

    India has truly beautiful land and culture to explore such as Rajasthan. I stumbled upon this lovely city 3 years ago while visiting a fellow architect friend.   Rajasthan's magnificent State boasts glorious towns filled with sparkling palaces, crumbling forts, and picturesque sunsets. Rajasthan can easily steal your heart with its mystical beauty, […]

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February 5, 2020
Four Factors to Keep in Mind When Deciding Where to Study Abroad

Choosing to study abroad can be a very exciting decision and there’s plenty to think about. If you know that you’d rather go overseas to get your degree, then you can expect to be opened up to a whole new world of experiences, getting to know a different culture while seeing more of the world […]

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January 21, 2020
4 Useful Tips For Launching a Successful Construction Business

If you’ve been planning on starting off your own construction business, a number of ideas and worries might have crossed your mind. Learn how to create your own construction business. How should the office look? Who’s going to be your partner? When does the company launch? How will you acquire clients? And whatnot! Well, we […]

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