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Dailytonic - Your daily Inspiration

Dailytonic - Your daily Inspiration
‘Flamingo’ console by Marco Guazzini, photo: Beppe Brancato The curved neck of the flamingo is referenced in the s-shaped silhouette of Marco Guazzini’s ‘Flamingo’ console table when its sliding drawers are placed at opposite ends. (more…) Lavagna (blackboard) has been created with the idea of evocating positive images, that belong to all of us, like the first day of school, the drawings on the school desk, the colored pencils. Bright rays and contrasts of matter: A line of lamps that brings back to memories, feelings, art works. Handcraft manufacture, Italian taste, fine materials.

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The Sexperience 1000 Welcome to The Sexperience 1000, an interactive journey through the sexual experiences and preferences of one thousand British individuals. What’s the favourite sexual position of iPhone users in the North? Do country music lovers over 55 prefer to do it in the dark? Explore the 20 questions of our survey and discover what the great British public get up to between the sheets… Filter Part 1: Understanding Vintage Fashion « A Typical Atypical Posted by Lauren Cooke in Fashion, Vintage. Tags: 1920s fashion, 1930's fashion, 1940s fashion, 1950s fashion, fashion history, fashion vintage fashion, flapper girls, history, vintage clothes trackback Vintage fashion has become quite the trend recently.

Empowering Architecture: architects, buildings, interior design, materials, jobs, competitions, design schools Vine by Sohei Arao This independent hair salon is located in a shopping district on the outskirts of the city and is conceived as a project that “gradually takes shape.” The large space offered more room than was necessary to accommodate the number of clients, so the goal was to create a relaxing, comfortable space where clients could not only receive a haircut, but spend leisurely time. The salon’s name is based on the owner’s desire to establish a concept of “connections.” Vines have the unique ability to grow individually and then connect, shaping a whole.

Photo Inspiration Who doesn’t love baby photography, One of the most challenging and time consuming type of photography. It is easily one of the hardest kinds just because of the sheer amount of unexpected drama with the kids. It is also one of the most popular kind of photography too. You see baby photography all around. This gives you an idea... Fashion and Shopping Blog Alyssa and I went to the Shecky's Girls' Night Out last week in DC. While I have been to the Lucky Shops and District Sample Sale events, I had yet to attend this so I was super excited to see what it was like! Firstly, it was crowded. Honestly, it almost hard to walk through the aisles, as the crowds around booths could get up to 3 people deep! Secondly, it was LOUD. Imagine a giant swarm of women and their girlfriends, shopping and free cocktails.

Committee on the Environment homepage, Knowledge Communities The Committee on the Environment (COTE) works to advance, disseminate, and advocate—to the profession, the building industry, the academy, and the public—design practices that integrate built and natural systems and enhance both the design quality and environmental performance of the built environment. COTE serves as the community and voice on behalf of AIA architects regarding sustainable design and building science and performance. Deep Green Renovation: Broad Scale Strategies for Achieving Deep Energy Savings in Existing Buildings

How to be a stylish designer.  You don’t know how to dress. Fashion has no meaning to you, other than buying a pair of jeans every two years or so. You don’t get the point of wearing anything otther than black. And there you are, a designer. Emily Howse I discovered that the designer is a lovely graduate by the name of Emily Howse, who I was very happy to hear adheres to a couple of my fashion musts, namely ethical and minimal waste production, and architectural designs. She also has a passion for "deconstruct re-construct projects." You want to know more about Emily too now, don't you? Well, here's what she says about the ideas and influences behind her work:

No. 570 - 2012.1024 Brooklyn is a hub of innovative architecture and design, with dozens of young professionals commissioning or undertaking their own eco-sensitive renovations to existing brownstones and low-rise attached buildings throughout the borough. Tighthouse, a Passive House brownstone retrofit, sits at the end of a string of two-story buildings constructed in 1899 that share a tree-lined block with larger brownstones built around the same time, centrally located off Fifth Avenue in the neighborhood of Park Slope. It is the first certified Passive House in New York City and meets the standards for new construction, surpassing the EnerPHit certification. Remodeling Approach