Recently we’ve stumbled upon Flotanta House, a project designed by Benjamin Garcia Saxe Architecture, in an exotic and exciting location, Puntarenas Canton, Costa Rica.
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The architect and his wife, children’s clothing designer Emily Gray, transformed a former warehouse into a loft combining industrial elements like brick, concrete, reclaimed wood, steel and glass. It’s airy, masculine, and rugged …
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In his talk at TEDx Vilnius, Koen Olthuis compares the cities of today with those at the turn of the 20th century: ”cities are not full, we just have to search for new space… they made elevators and built a vertical city.
See on www.archdaily.com
It’s common knowledge that Photoshop is used, in varying degrees, to help models and celebrities look their best in magazines. But is ‘their best’ really all that great? Does removing imperfections, smoothing skin and trimming waistlines really something desirable?
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Restaurants around the country are revising their menus, hoping that some combination of prices, adjectives, fonts, type sizes and colors can coax diners into spending more money.
Super interesting – menu psychology
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