Category: Design

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Interior Designer Tom Dixon Wants People to Remember the Joy of Using Their Senses

Interior Designer Tom Dixon Wants People to Remember the Joy of Using Their Senses

Tom Dixon’s multi-sensory TOUCHYSMELLYFEELYNOISYTASTY activation was a must-see at the London Design Festival this September, transforming the interio [...]
Property Renault critical of Japanese Grand Prix disqualification

Property Renault critical of Japanese Grand Prix disqualification

Property Daniel Ricciardo finished sixth in Japan and team-mate Nico Hulkenberg was 10thRenau [...]
Art Smashing Podcast Episode 1 With Andy Clarke: What Is Art Direction?

Art Smashing Podcast Episode 1 With Andy Clarke: What Is Art Direction?

Art About The AuthorDrew is a director at edgeofmyseat.com, co-founder of Notist and lead developer for small content management system Perch. Prior t [...]
Architecture Pink concrete staircase connects colourful floors of Belgian school

Architecture Pink concrete staircase connects colourful floors of Belgian school

Architecture A pink concrete staircase, gabled roofs and brightly coloured walls define a school with in Zarren, Belgium, designed by architecture stu [...]
Apartment  properties Watch Fox News hosts react to Yovanovitch hearing

Apartment properties Watch Fox News hosts react to Yovanovitch hearing

Apartment properties Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.Read More [...]
Interior Designer Pixelated Artwork Inspires a Picture-Perfect Dining Room (5 photos)

Interior Designer Pixelated Artwork Inspires a Picture-Perfect Dining Room (5 photos)

See how glass mosaic art influences a designer’s color, fabric and lighting selections for this New York dining roomBryan Anthony6 days agoHouzz Edito [...]
Architecture Dual Modern House / KUBE architecture

Architecture Dual Modern House / KUBE architecture

Architecture Dual Modern House / KUBE architecture © Anice Hoachlander + 22 AreaArea of this ar [...]
Property Private property, not productivity, precipitated Neolithic agricultural revolution

Property Private property, not productivity, precipitated Neolithic agricultural revolution

Property Humankind first started farming in Mesopotamia about 11,500 years ago. Subsequently, the practices of cultivating crops and raising livestock [...]
Art Napoleon’s Looted Art

Art Napoleon’s Looted Art

Art Napoleon Bonaparte wasn’t the first or the last leader to steal art from conquered territories, and he wasn’t the largest wartime lo [...]
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