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Creating an Energy-efficient Loft Conversion

by admin from My Green Home Blog  (green blog) — Oct 18, 2018 01:09 AM
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Collaboration with Abbey Lofts   Most people carry out a loft conversion with the aim of creating additional space, be it an extra bedroom, living space, games room or home office. Whatever the use, there’s many considerations when planning a loft [...]

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A Guide to Extending Terraced Homes

by admin from My Green Home Blog  (green blog) — Oct 18, 2018 01:09 AM
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    Avoid These Common Mistakes When Extending Your Terrace   A traditional terraced house provides its own unique challenges if you want to extend. Here are some points to consider and mistakes to avoid.   The towns and cities around the UK love [...]

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Clay Canoe Ceramics

Clay Canoe Ceramics

by Tyler  (modern blog) — Oct 15, 2018 01:09 AM
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Clay Canoe Ceramics caught my attention on Instagram and I was sucked in. There is something about their exact but organic feeling shapes. I was also impressed with some of their glazes that feel like watercolors. Some of their forms are very reminiscent [...]

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Your Guide to Understanding Good and Bad Fats

by admin from My Green Home Blog  (green blog) — Oct 05, 2018 01:08 AM
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    Some fats are good. Some fats are bad. But which fat is which?   Fats are central to your diet now. The debate continues to rage on about which fats are good, and which fats are bad for your health. Attempts to eliminate fat from the [...]

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Mid Century Masterpiece

Mid Century Masterpiece by James E. Second

by Tyler  (modern blog) — Oct 04, 2018 01:08 AM
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This mid century masterpiece by James E. Second just hit the market. Jessica, the current owner was kind enough to reach out to me about this stunning home. The LaPierre residence was completed in 1960 by architect James E. Second — who studied under [...]

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Architecture as Urban Puzzle Piece

by Build LLC from BUILD Blog  (design blog) — Oct 03, 2018 01:09 AM
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[All images by BUILD LLC] The first thing a passerby might notice about the 602 Flats building, recently completed at the corner of 12th Ave East & East Mercer on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, is one of two forty-foot tall green walls or the solar panel [...]

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austin architecture: Harwell Hamilton Harris' Cranfill Apartments (1959)

by bubba of the bubbles (noreply@blogger.com) from austin cubed  (build blog) — Sep 30, 2018 07:12 AM
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Harwell Hamilton Harris, a student of Richard Neutra's who worked on the Lovell Health House, served as the head of the architecture department at The University of Texas at Austin. While in Austin, he designed a couple places including the [...]

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Architect John Pawson

Minimalist Architect John Pawson

by Tyler  (modern blog) — Sep 30, 2018 07:12 AM
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Architect John Pawson built this space with some of his signature elements. white walls with shadow gaps, bespoke joinery, and a masterful manipulation of natural light. It also has some unusual spatial features: the staircase is highly sculptural but [...]

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Collecting Used Cooking Oil

by admin from My Green Home Blog  (green blog) — Sep 28, 2018 01:09 AM
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    Used cooking oil is an easily available product. Cooking oil is used in almost every home and every restaurant. After use, it is then considered a waste product. In some places, it is recycled, while in others, it is just disposed of with [...]

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S2V 2018

by Build LLC from BUILD Blog  (design blog) — Sep 27, 2018 01:08 AM
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[From left to right: Aaron Freedman, Pete Nelson, Brian Boram, David Branson, Albert Shum, Aaron Pambianco, Mark Carson, Greg Plaunt, John Reynolds, Peter Gray, Kevin Eckert, Sweet Tea Smith] As we do each August for the past 8 years, BUILD LLC and [...]

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