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schoolofvisualarts:

Becoming by Rovina Cai

smallandtinyhomeideas:

minim house | foundry architects

pull out floor bed with full mattress (no loft to crawl up, cooler in the summer, simple bed-making).

no walls to diminish sense of space. (210 ft2) for full 1-2 person living and entertaining: a 10′ kitchen, a 5′ closet, 8′ sofa/guest bed, dedicated office area, 4′ dining table, comfortable seating for 7, and a 7′ projection screen.

streamlined framing and insulation with standardized SIPs panels (shipped nationwide). Just 3 windows and 1 door to install; no window/door trim work on exterior or interior.

innovative table system that may be raised/lowered/swiveled in 4 floor sockets to function as kitchen island/bar, second desk, coffee table, dining table, and bedside table.

detachable design (house may be undocked from trailer with 15 bolts).

off-grid design for areas without water/sewer/electric hookups.

integrated rain catchment/storage with no visible gutters.

minim micro homes | plans | more boneyard

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lusidar:

Wooden Tables With Glass Embedded In Them To Look Like Rivers

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lesbeehive:

Les Beehive – Photographer Greg Gorman

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nprfreshair:

"All I want is education, and I am afraid of no one."

Malala Yousafzai as Rosie the Riveter. 

raindropsonroses-65:

Precious World

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The Northern sky at sunset tonight…

Man is a spiritual being, a soul, and at some period of his life everyone is possessed with an irresistible desire to know his relationship to the Infinite… . There is something within him which urges him to rise above himself, to control his environment, to master the body and all things physical and live in a higher and more beautiful world.

David O. McKay (via observando)

smallandtinyhomeideas:

"Yesterday I got to put in a window, and that was a big accomplishment," said Julia Branscombe, 11, a rising sixth-grader at the Key School. She had to hunch down atop scaffolding to nail it in, she said.

The students have received a help and instruction from a team of community volunteers. Rogers Belch, lead carpenter, has years of experience building homes with Habitat for Humanity. He said he’s “constantly thinking of how to make [the project] meaningful for the kids,” often stopping to explain the construction process and encouraging them to take leadership roles.

via The Baltimore Sun

expressions-of-nature:

Life Lesson by: Jessica Dewyn

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