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What floats your house boat, or would motivate you to live life up in a tree home? This collection features classic, contemporary, ultra-modern and futuristic houses that are innovative in both form and function – at once visually compelling and technically progressive living spaces. From DIY adaptive reuse to compact green design, simple and portable to prefabricated and offbeat, here are some of the most interesting homes in the world.

Simply Vintagegirl Blog 6 March 2014 When I picked up a little book titled “Free Grace and Dying Love,” I couldn’t help but begin pouring over its pages. The first part is a collection of devotions by Susannah Spurgeon and the second part is a biography on her life. Charles and Susannah Spurgeon’s story is a beautiful and inspiring one. They came together as one and faithfully served and sacrificed much to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ and seek first His kingdom and righteousness. First Year - Henry Liu Henry Liu Engine Distributor SectionsClick image to view at full-size Engine Distributor Orthogonal ProjectionClick image to view at full-size Design Project-1Click image to view at full-size Lincoln Cathedral CollageClick image to view at full-size

Marlins Park in Miami, Baseball’s Newest Stadium Lumbering and dizzyingly white in the Florida sun, the new Marlins Park is an elliptical concrete, steel and glass boulder looming above the low-rise houses and empty lots of the Little Havana neighborhood. With retail on the outside and a public plaza in front, it’s designed partly to gin up some street life. Economic development is supposed to follow — that was the rationale for the public financing that covered most of the $634 million project ($515 million for the park itself) and contributed to the recall of Miami-Dade County’s mayor. Cities are always building new stadiums with the justification that they’ll catalyze the local economy. They rarely do. At the same time, the ballpark is unlikely to satisfy aficionados of the latest trends in architecture, but it is nonetheless a modern building, with genuine panache, as opposed to another pastiche.

Beautiful Warehouse Conversion in Melbourne By Eric • Feb 14, 2011 • Selected Work Spotted on MBP, here is a completely renovated apartment located in a historic building in Melbourne, Australia. This three bedroom, two bathroom residence is on sale and according to the agent, “this superlative warehouse conversion in “Leicester House”, an historic 1880′s building, provides privacy and vast spaces. It features soaring warehouse ceilings, huge original arched timber windows, exposed red brick walls, imposing brick archways of 65 cm depth and high gloss timber floors. By day it is imposing and by night dramatic.”

4th Architecture & Interior Design Awards · WINNING PROJECTS COMPLETED PROJECTS · First Prize Martín Lejárraga (Martín Lejárraga, Architect) for his project entitled “RESTORATION OF THE HISTORICAL FENCING HALLS – ARMS ROOMS – CARTAGENA ARSENAL”. Restoration work on the historical fencing halls (situated in the main building of the 19th century Naval College) focused on three units of the building housing the Arms Rooms, a military construction dating back to the second half of the 18th century, part of the Arsenal Military Facilities and which has played a key role in the history of the city of Cartagena. Overlooked Feminist Architect Gets Her Due It was a cold January day in 2011 when I had last seen the Hotel Lafayette, the grand French Renaissance Revival styled brick that sits on the corner of Washington and Clinton Streets in downtown Buffalo, New York’s Lafayette Square. Built between 1901 and 1904, it was originally designed by Louise Blanchard Bethune (1856-1913), lead architect on the project with her firm Bethune, Bethune & Fuchs, which included her husband Robert Bethune and former apprentice William L. Fuchs.

10 craziest hotels in the world. Hôtel de Glace, Canada – an ice hotel opened only during winter Made entirely of ice and snow, this unique one-story structure has been rebuilt each year since 2000. The 9th season of the Ice Hotel lasted from January 4th through March 29th 2009. The Ice Hotel has become an unparalleled and world-famous winter experience. Nice Bedroom Idea: Fun Fold-Out Double-Loft Bed Designs Loft bed designs are great saving space furniture for small condos, apartments and dorms, but they are not exactly the most elegant solution to a lack of room in your living or bedroom. What could be a better addition to your bedroom than a nice and convenient fold-out wall bed, except perhaps two of them? Designed in style for kids or for guests, these space-saving beds get twice the mileage out of the hidden wall spaces they occupy – creating mini-lofts in places where there is no room for extra furniture. Some versions of the so-called Lollipop Bed from BonBon bedroom furniture designers some fold down side-by-side other options fold out on top of one another, complete with a ladder to reach the upper lofted bed and a convenient security rail alongside it. Options on these models include fold-up headboards for extra support and even an attached fold-out desk that sits in nicely front of (and folds under) the lower of the two bunks.

Renzo Piano’s Nasher Museum in Dallas Has Sunburn Problem Brandon Thibodeaux for The New York Times At the Nasher museum in Dallas, Rodin’s “Age of Bronze” sits in dappled light as glare streams through a patterned screen. The results exceeded expectations. Next In Sustainable Living: Beer Bottle Houses As people move to more sustainable ways of living, some innovative architects have begun using recycled materials to create more environmentally-friendly habitats. Incredibly, beer bottles have become a primary means of this style of building, with far-ranging benefits including cheap construction, recycling and up-cycling, pollution reduction, natural solar power lighting, and natural insulation. The environment will definitely thank these clever builders for these eco-friendly beer bottle houses: Beer Bottle Houses: Buddhist Temple in Khun Han, Thailand

A Styled Seaside Wedding « Love and Lavender Today’s post is one of the cutest photoshoots we have ever seen! From the bride’s ruffled blue dress to the adorable pug in a bowtie, everything about it makes us smile. Mandy and Zoe of Dottie Creations and Dottie Photography did all the styling, stationery, and photography themselves! What talented ladies. The fun signage is a super cost effective way to add some major style points to your wedding. And those red shoes – swoon!!

ARCHITECTURE Chapter: INT | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 Post-and-lintel, arch, cantilever, bearing-wall, and skeleton frame. The Parthenon Athens 432 BCE England 1800-1400 BCE The Gateway Arch in St.

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