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A Holistic Approach To Design Vs A Synergistic One: The Old Vs The New.

Philosophers from time immemorial have believed that a holistic approach to architectural design that encompasses the three disciplines of landscape design, interior design and urban planning, is the way to ensure that architecture and design fulfills its potential to transform our lives. 1,038 more words

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Clashing Colour

Irish artist, Angela O’Kelly, combines nontraditional jewelry materials…paper & fabric…with precious metals to create bold, layered pieces. “I’m attracted to clashing colours in nature” she says. 62 more words

Polymer Clay

Oriental Design Style; A Debutante At The 2015 Cotillion Ball.

Since 1946, from May to August, the world has witnessed an exclusive; star-studded, glamorous, themed, annual fundraising gala for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute in New York City, colloquially known as the Met Ball or the Met Gala. 2,088 more words


Forno Bravo Full Service Showroom -The Arch- Is Your Golden Ticket!

Are you thinking about buying a wood-fired oven but you aren’t sure just where to look? May I recommend what not to do, and then provide you with some great advice?  680 more words

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2015 Earth Day Recipe: Spinach and Nectarine Salad

2015 Earth Day Recipe: Spinach and Nectarine Salad

Delish Presents 2015 “Go Green” Earth Day Recipes

Leave it to the fine people at Delish to provide us with sumptuous recipes for any occasion. 245 more words

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Design Cues from Nature

Today is Earth Day.  I thought it relevant to talk about how nature can provide fabulous direction for Interior Design. 

Early this morning I dug up some beets from my raised garden bed.  150 more words

Interior Design

TLCD's first LEED Certified project!

The construction of Solano College Building 600 was completed last December and we recently received news that the project has been awarded enough points to achieve the level of Certified under LEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations (LEED-NC), making it the first TLCD project to officially achieve LEED certification! 386 more words