American Crafts Studio Blog: Rainbow Quilt Clock Tutorial by Corrie Jones Corrie Jones is going to show us in a step-by-step photo tutorial how to create this amazing rainbow quilt clock: Rainbow Quilt Clock by Corrie Jones Here is the inspiration for Corrie's project - it's a quilt from Sew Yeah's etsy shop: Step 1 - Gather all your stuff together. You will want your stuff out because this is a fun, messy project. I used a 12x12 canvas for this. Ole Scheeren This article includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. (October 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Artist’s impression of Duo Residences in Singapore during the day. Ole Scheeren (born 1971, Karlsruhe) is a German architect and principal of Büro Ole Scheeren with offices in Beijing, Hong Kong and London and a visiting professor at the University of Hong Kong. As former Partner and Director of Rem Koolhaas’ Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Beijing and Hong Kong, Scheeren directed the office's work across Asia.
D.I.Y Tutorials from ScrapHacker.com Neon Renewal – 5 D.I.Y ideas Posted by ScrapHacker.com on mars 12, 2012 · 3 Comments Let a dash of D.I.Y neon spruce up your spring. I’ve gathered 5 doable examples to inspire some neon renewal and revamping of an old pair of shoes, a clutch, a purse, some glass bottles and your hallway mirror. MahaNakhon History Details on the MahaNakhon development were officially announced on 23 July 2009, with a team including German architect Ole Scheeren, former partner of the design firm Office for Metropolitan Architecture; joint-venture development partners including Thai company Pace Development, David Collins Studio based in London and multinational Industrial Buildings Corporation PLC. In 2015 PACE Development bought the remaining shares belonging to former partner Industrial Buildings Corporation PLC, thus becoming the sole developer of the project. The ground breaking ceremony was held on 20 June 2011, the building was topped off in 2015, and has been completed in 2016. The total project value as a result of pricing changes during the course of construction reached 21b THB (approximately $620m USD). Subsequently the project has also been recognised with presentations at CTBUH, The Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat and leading Thai University Chulalongkorn.
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Are Aliens Living On Planets Inside Black Holes? Aliens could conceivably live on planets illuminated by the swirling mass of photons orbiting the singularity of a special type of black hole, according to a new theory. Certain black holes are charged and rotate, and they possess a region past the event horizon — the point of no return — in which the fabric of spacetime appears normal again. This is called the inner Cauchy horizon. Researchers Succeed in Quantum Teleportation of Light Waves In a real-life use of Schrödinger's theoretical paradoxical cat, researchers report that they were able to quickly transfer a complex set of quantum information while preserving its integrity. The information, in the form of light, was manipulated in such a way that it existed in two states at the same time, and it was destroyed in one spot and recreated in another. The new teleportation breakthrough is a major step toward building safe, effective quantum computers. No felines were harmed in the making of this experiment, which actually studied wave packets of light that existed in a state of quantum superposition, meaning they existed in two different phases simultaneously.
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