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Iron and Glass

Looking north under the magnificent curves of York railway station canopy.

When it was opened in 1877 the thirteen platform station was the largest in the world.   52 more words

Railway Stations

Aerial Photos Tell a Story About Which Cities Are Embracing Clean Energy

(Source: hbr.org)

Sometimes it takes a different perspective to grasp how the world is changing. Taking a birds-eye view (literally, from an airplane) over Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, and New York City reveals some of the ways both the population is growing and evolving and how clean energy is (and isn’t) spreading. 1,334 more words

Money Matters

Commercial Awning – Gives Proper Shading

Commercial awning work to a to a great degree exclusive requirement to withstand water, wind and delayed presentation to sun – ideal for business utilize. An exceptional warmth joined with the blasting light from the daylight in an Australian summer day is sufficient to dry out and debilitate even the heartiest of souls. 331 more words


December 6 2017 herons in the air

This tine of year we can watch herons fly by over the city roofs. It’s amazing watching those birds.

Så här års flyger gråhägrar i flertal över hustaken i stan. 69 more words

Annas Art


Building construction techniques and details are one the most important things in Architecture.
Without the techniques and details the drawings never come to reality , they just remain on the papers forever. 27 more words

BNR Palace

The National Bank of Romania is hosted by two impressive buildings: The Old Palace and The new Wing Palace.

The Old Palace of the Romanian National Bank built between 1884 and 1890 by the architects Cassien Bernard, who also built the Alexander III Bridge over the Seine (in Paris), and Albert Galleron, who created the plans for the Romanian Athenaeu, was considered “the most beautiful building in Bucharest” by architect Ion Mincu. 268 more words