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Are you looking at a mobile screen and day-dreaming about sleep? Well, you are not alone. This is the dilemma of every 21st century man and woman. Sleep is a luxury. You watch plump, rosy faces of people on TV and you think that they must have slept for hours before they got on set. But, you are so
Homes are more than brick and mortar; homes are our happy place. Like a family, a home also needs love and respect. For a long-lasting home, you need to pay attention to the needs of the home and keep an eye on things that might need occasional repair. We made a list of 15 essentials for home maintenance.
The most obvious impact of new construction is the generation of jobs for construction workers. For each new single-family home that is built, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) estimates that three jobs are created. As this financial quarter advances, it will be interesting to watch how new
Gavin Munro of Derbyshire just did. The Dailymail, UK, tells us that he and his wife Alice have been growing chairs, lampshades on a field in Wirksworth, 15 miles north of Derby! The couple
This month, we are smitten by this Copenhagen apartment. Soft gray and auburn accents paired with stark white walls, contemporary minimal décor contrasted with rich vintage undertones. Captured by Birgitta Wolfgang for lifestyle journal, Bo Bedre, the photo tour of the apartment is
When design becomes functional, it becomes a work of art. And, we cannot help but admire it. The finalist of the CTBUH Best Tall Building Award in Asia and Australia is one such masterstroke.
At 377 feet, the Swanston Square Apartment Tower is a tribute to culture and history by architecture. And, as the jury statement points out,
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The word ‘chair’ comes from the Latin ‘cathedra’, the seat of a bishop. The first office chair was made in 1849 and was called the Centripetal Spring Armchair. It was designed by Thomas E Warren and made by the American Chair Company of Troy,
Economists Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner (authors of Freakonomics) discard another popular theory in their latest book, ‘Think like a freak.’ I am sure that you’ve heard that Í love you’ are the three hardest words known to men and women. Now, the duo has collected empirical data to prove that Í don’t know’ are, in fact, the three most difficult words to utter.
What’s in the air we breathe? More than oxygen. It is loaded with radio signals.
And, now, we can see them! Thanks to Richard Vijgen, we have