1947 Home in Germany Gets a Contemporary Update - Freshome Place of Peace, a 1947 single-family home in Mühlheim, Germany, was redesigned by ONE!CONTACT. The 3,000-square-foot house offers forest views and contemporary architectural features while maintaining a quintessential traditional appeal. The lavish landscaping includes a stone retaining wall, small pond and waterfall. The features complement the exterior of the home, which boasts a distinctive facade, large, energy-efficient windows and an unusually angled roof whose multiple skylights create a bright, warm atmosphere. Tech Trends That'll Revolutionize Mobile Photography Love mobile photography? Always the first with the newest gear and tech? This one’s for you. As millennials, above all, embrace their smartphone’s photographic capabilities; the need for point-and-shoot cameras has dwindled.
food.ndtv A hectic week calls for an easy dinner recipe. But easy doesn't always have to be boring, right? We all know the feeling once we step inside our homes and finally have the time to listen to what our tummy says. The moment the realization occurs, we reach out for the nearest packet of instant noodles or cook your favourite combination of eggs and bread. Versatile Apartment in Bucharest Merges Function and Style Architecture duo Rosu-Ciocodeica completed Apartment M, a contemporary refuge located in the heart of Bucharest, Romania. The overall concept and layout of the project were adapted to the dynamic lifestyle of the family living here. The idea was to open up the daytime spaces, without compromising in flexibility. A high level of intimacy for each family member was achieved by a clear separation of the bedrooms.
2018 Fashion Trend Predictions If we’ve learned anything from 2017’s wild and wacky fashion, it’s to expect the unexpected. Austere minimalism went out the window in favor of a magpie-like love of glitz, glamour, and granny-chic style. Artists outpaced musicians as the coolest collaborators. And a new crop of models brought their outsize personalities to the catwalks in New York, London, Milan, and Paris. Even in this time of change, we’re putting our money on nine trends that will dominate fashion in 2018. And if they don’t, well, don’t worry—we’ll be the first to tell you.
6 Fire Pit Ideas for Your Outdoor Space Photos A backyard fire pit maximizes your outdoor time, providing a natural gathering spot after the sun sets and the temperatures drop. “Our clients request fire features more than any other element,” says Ryan Prange, the founder and principal designer of Falling Waters Landscape in Solana Beach, California. But the fire pit itself is only a starting point—you also need to design a space around it that encourages lounging and late-night conversation. Photography’s Future: Here Are 6 Intriguing Imaging Trends to Watch for in 2018 Courtesy of Photokina “Great things are not accomplished by those who yield to trends and fads and popular opinion.”—Jack Kerouac Trends in photography, as the pundits like to say, are always with us: from images of people batmanning (vertical planking) that I didn’t even know was a thing, to HDR techniques that produce images resembling Elvis paintings on velvet, to the selfie, which I suspect will never die as long as social media is alive and well. If you’re using social media to promote your photography, you should know that according to Forrester Research, only 16 percent of your Facebook followers see your posts organically and only 10 percent of Twitter followers see your tweets when they are posted.
Delicious! Food pics for the hungry soul - Rediff.com Get Ahead The best of food pics this week. You can share yours too here #RediffFoodies. This pic of Sindhi kadhi with papad was shared by Alok Agrawal. 'It is a very healthy dish,' he says. Home Decoration For Indian Wedding? 10 Affordable Ideas And How To Execute Them Looking for affordable ways to get your home wedding ready ahead of your big day? We share with you some ideas to transform the interiors and exteriors of your house without spending a fortune. The big day is finally round the corner and you are still not sure how to get your home wedding ready? Well, as always we are here to help. And the best part is, you don’t need to have deep pockets to execute these home decor ideas. All you will need is a few inexpensive items, some creativity, and a bunch of friends or family who are willing to help.
7 nights and 8 days Yoga & Ayurveda wellness program @ Fragrant Nature Backwater Resort & Ayurveda Spa , Kollam by Fragrant Nature Backwater Resort (Kollam, Kerala) Company Name:Fragrant Nature Backwater Resort & Ayurveda Spa , Kollam Dates: Onoing through out the Year City: Kollam Country: India Wanna enjoy delicious food? travel Banaras - News Crab Along with the evening's aarti, temples and ghats there is also one thing special in Banaras which forces the people to come here. Actually delicious food of here makes the city special . Whereas nowadays people like to prefer fruits, juice, salads and light to maneuver healthy lifestyle, while people in Banaras prefer variety of food in breakfast. Vaishnavipratima’s Goa store opens just in time for your Diwali shopping A little over two years after opening her eponymous Mumbai flagship store, Vaishnavipratima, opened in a Lower Parel industrial mill complex — a cosy loft that is bursting with furniture and a mélange of décor essentials — Vaishnavipratima’s entrepreneurial spirit took her to Soccoro, Goa, where she inaugurated her second store, Vaishnavipratima Signature Collection, last month, in a 105-year old Indo-Goan villa. “The design statement that reflects in all my projects is the pleasant fusion and balance of modern Indian décor; the design and colour palette of each furniture being completely opposite to the décor, yet striking the right harmony,” says the designer. Vaishnavipratima, Goa | Crafting Decor Stories
In Photos: A Decade With Tigers This book is a compilation of 14 years of my work - from the fieldwork put in, to writing the stories and the final production. It's for people who love tigers. In that it is an attempt to document the stories of Indian tigers, some of which are now almost legendary.