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A design Storey

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

IT was not your usual house-rebuilding project – one where you have a piece of land, hire an architect and build your dream house. 1,874 more words

Money Matters

Where does Cristiano Ronaldo live?

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the strongest strikers in the world and he plays in Real Madrid. He is 32 years old and has won everything in his football career that This allows him to have a… 94 more words


Vintage Mi Hummel Lighted Houses~ "angel's Duet~winter Comfort~village Bakery"

Vintage Mi Hummel Lighted Houses~ “angel’s Duet~winter Comfort~village Bakery”
Old Dealer Stock~ Has Been Stored In A Gift Shop For The Last Several Years~ Houses Are In Great Shape For Their Age~ Boxes Do Show Wear And Tear Due To Age~ "Angel’s Duet~6.5"x 8.25"x 5"~ Winter’s Comfort 6.5"x 5"x 6"~ Village Bakery 5"x 4.25"x 5.25"~ All Sculptures Are Numbered As Well As Licensed By Goebel~ Each House Comes Complete With It’s Light Cord~original Price $50.00 Each Model – WH7c30970e100cf382… 10 more words


Lina Ghotmeh, humanist architect: her majestic Estonian National Museum, a house in Japan & her 'Light in Water' installation. Born in Beirut, she works from Paris. See Blogroll for a link.

Estonian National Museum Tartu, Estonia /

2012 — 2015: A House for Oiso Oiso, Japan /

2015 ‘Light in Water’ Installation Paris, France. It was previously presented at Milan Design Week 2011. 19 more words


“Rosie, the girl from Paris”: How a Barbary Coast Madam retired to Chenery Street

Finding out your house was once home to someone notable from San Francisco’s past could certainly a pleasure; if someone showed up at the door to say the house was built by the keeper of a Barbary Coast brothel, anyone’s interest would be piqued. 5,916 more words


Abbott Lowell Cummings, author of "The Framed Houses of Massachusetts Bay"

Featured image: Abbott Lowell Cummings, photo courtesy of Historic New England.

From Antiques and the Arts Weekly: Abbott Lowell Cummings, 94:

Abbott Lowell Cummings, the leading authority of Seventeenth and early Eighteenth Century (“First Period”) architecture in the American Northeast and author of The Framed Houses of Massachusetts Bay (Harvard University Press, 1979) died early May 29 at age 94 at the Elaine Center in Hadley. 62 more words