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Koak, Return to Feeling Exhibition at Altman Siegel

Koak, Return to Feeling Exhibition at Altman Siegel

Koak is an artist who lives and works in San Francisco. Koak holds an MFA in Comics and an individualized BFA from the California College…

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Four Garden Décor Ideas

Four Garden Décor Ideas

With the winter months being slowly consigned to the past, and warmer days blowing in to relieve us of the chills, it’s time to look…

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5 Reasons You Should Book an Aparthotel on Your Next Trip

5 Reasons You Should Book an Aparthotel on Your Next Trip

Aparthotels, also commonly referred to as serviced apartments, are fast growing in popularity. A lot of people are getting tired of the on-size-fits-all approach of…

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Using Vintage Pieces in Unexpected Ways

Using Vintage Pieces in Unexpected Ways

Whether your home is draped in modern or traditional décor, it is possible to incorporate vintage pieces into the design for that something ‘extra.’ However,…

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Business Trends to Watch in 2019

Business Trends to Watch in 2019

From marketing to new technologies, the big business trends of 2019 look set to have a long-lasting impact on the entrepreneurial landscape. Evolving consumer tastes…

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Casa Clara, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Casa Clara, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Teresa Sarmiento and Nicolas Tovo are a married couple that work and live in Buenos Aires. They are both architects and they designed this rearkable…

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Distinctive Ceramics by Claudia Lau

Distinctive Ceramics by Claudia Lau

Claudia Lau is a creative artist creating ceramics although intially finished a Communication Design Bachelors at RMIT University. Ceramics was a hobbie of hers engaged…

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Pencil Stories by CW Pencil Enterprise

Pencil Stories by CW Pencil Enterprise

“What if this thing I love, this strange small thing, could be my job?” Caroline Weaver – owner of CW Pencil Enterprise – asked her…

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17th Century Oil Mill Renovated to a Plain House

17th Century Oil Mill Renovated to a Plain House

Palomba Serafini Associati is an architectural and design office founded by Ludovica Serafini and Roberto Palomba based in Milan. They have numerous awards some being…

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