Designed by these people http://www.wam-architecten.nl/projecten/06293_Intell_Hotel_Zaandam.php I used a translator to convert the Dutch text to English because i’m to lazy to do so myself 😛 *The hotel, located on the provincial, is the focal point of the new center. The building with 160 rooms
Most of what you taste comes from your sense of smell. Alcohol evaporates when it comes in contact with oxygen. The reason you decant wine is to allow more of the wine to come in contact with the air, which causes some alcohol to
your examples are bad because those spaces are still able to be utilized. people can still purpose each room, the design doesn’t prevent their use. the building in the post has half of the entire lower potion unusable as functioning rooms. gravity just wouldn’t
Anyone have an example of this being incorporated into flooring? Would be interested to see how this can be used.
A) please a line of crossbows on each side. B) see what happens. On a side note, this room makes me kinda anxious for some reason 😕. It seems like there should be some kind of theatre, or some sort of *entertainment* happening in
Designed to resemble the Irish harp, and rotates on that round part towards the left. It’s just as beautiful in person. Fun fact: the Guinness harp is the Irish harp backwards!
Came here for this, was not disappointed. Have another: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oJ09dboUTk
Honestly, I’m a fan of mosaic tile. Considering the backdrop, I’d go darker to match the city, or lighter to match the sky. Why not a fade from the grey-green of the city to the blue white of the sky? I dunno. Honestly the
[Lazar Castle](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%A1z%C3%A1r_Castle). Castle is used liberally here, as this was just a nobleman’s residence, with no real historical importance. In 1707, the Habsburgs burned and devastated the castle. It was restored but destroyed once again forty years later, and in the second half of
It is all carved and it is beautiful to see in real life. The picture really does not do it justice. The building is full of really intricate carvings and statues. There are [faces](http://www.livewithculture.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Lennox.jpg), [twisted faces](http://inconstantmoon.russwurm.org/blogs/files/2011/06/jakecandid.jpg), [gargoyles](https://yy1.staticflickr.com/2158/1976576896_7f0ad2689e.jpg), [stained glass](http://www.thestar.com/content/dam/thestar/news/insight/2013/12/18/stain_on_city_hall_goes_back_a_long_way/old_city_hall.jpg), and all sorts of other
I really like the details on the street tracker version – the exhaust run up high and the tie down rail, especially. The more urban one has a better overall vibe to me though. I’d ride that to work. 🙂
This project is currently on Kickstarter. Check it out and spread it around! I’m the designer, and this pic was of a concept prototype, the market version is more refined, with a more subtle texture. As far as comments about the keys being glued
I’m thinking of buying one and taking it apart to get a look-see. I built a top that did this once, I think it worked because of the fact that it spun? And the “energy base” it says has a rotating component… Don’t really
What does minimalist mean? It takes up more space, has more pieces and more materials than a bog-standard ceramic sink. It takes up considerably more space and looks ergonomically baffling. It also looks like it would be hard to use and begin leaking immediately.
But with this you’d have to spit in the tiny little hole, then try to rinse it down with the spigot that can’t move and would take forever to reach it, and it wouldn’t even get to it if you don’t get your spit
My guess is that the artist used a ball shaped plaster or salt frame. Attach the keys with solder to hold them in place, then follow up with the welding torch. Dissolve the ball and Bob’s yer uncle!
Sharp edges on camping equipment is poor design. Good shelters are all streamlined for a good reason- wind damage. A strong wind can break supports without a ton of trouble
Definitely not. The monome was launched in 2006, and the Launchpad (and APC40) were launched in 2009. Both of those more recent devices adopted the stylistic choice of a “grid of buttons” pretty much because the good people over at Monome set that standard
so where does the water go? I mean it can’t posibly be that barely concave indentation in the middle. That would hold about a teaspoon bfore it started spilling and any sudden introduction of water (such as from the tap) would immediately go all
Oh really? I didn’t know that. That’s funny I guess. Because I have never smelled anything that is just like that coin smell. Is it a certain type of bacteria that only latches onto coins, or is there something else they get onto that
They’ve been doing giant ones like that, only the whole “landed gentry type” property “names”, in the massive cypress hedges of rural south western Vic. (Straya) for decades.
It paradise in the summer (except for the low water temps) but in the winter it’s a different story. The winter storms on Lake Superior can generate 30 to 40 foot waves. The Lake also freezes over in the winter and the ice flows
I’ve had it, it’s available in Sweden. I’ts really sweet, and tastes more like a alcoholic sodapop or something. I don’t like it. Fantastic design though!
This belonged to my girlfriend’s great-uncle during his service in the Army Air Corp starting in 1943. It is a training aid meant to help demonstrate and test comprehension of how to aim a rifle. Several pieces of notecard are assembled into a “pop-up