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14 Dec 18
The AllTheRooms Blog

← Back to ‘Discover the Best Things to Do, Everywhere’ Los Angeles is home to a diverse array of historical and cultural landmarks. From Grauman’s Chinese Theater to the iconic Sunset Strip and, of course, the Hollywood sign, Los Angeles is a rich and vibrant city. But LA is no stranger to change, and its […]

10 Dec 18
day in my dreams

Like it thick? The biggest statement of 2018 fashion trends (pun intended) is an exaggerated, extra chunky sneaker. Luxury fashion leader Balenciaga paved the streets extra wide with the launch of their now infamous Triple S Trainers for women. Now sold out in stores and across nearly every site across the web, if you were […]

08 Dec 18
X i ǎ o x ī n w ǒ d e x ī n

Chapter 10 Maya woke up feeling so fine. She grinned when she remembered why. Poor Richard. Wonderful, lovely, beautiful Richard. He’d let her touch him as much as she wanted, let her squeeze and caress and bite and taste. And he hadn’t moved throughout it. He’d been on the floor when she’d left. Her delectable […]

07 Dec 18
Explore to Discover

Shanghai is a place of opportunity.  Famous for its style, fashion, decadence and business panache, it has recently experienced the fastest economic boom and urban expansion in the world.  The Shanghai municipality includes Shanghai city, eight surrounding districts, and thirty islands with a population sitting at 23 million, with 4 million being migrant workers.  Official […]

06 Dec 18
Delaram Art & Design

AD spans the globe to spotlight new and beautifully refurbished properties that are well worth traveling for TEXT BY CHARU SURI Posted November 27, 2018 Pinterest Facebook Twitter an aerial view of a remote island in the ocean with a ring of villas An aerial view of Kudadoo Maldives, the archipelago’s first fully sustainable resort.

04 Dec 18
Free Cad Blocks & Drawings Download Center

Sea blues, sunny yellows and bold monochromatic stripes appear throughout this boutique hotel, designed by artist Camille Walala to complement to the landscape of Mauritius. The Salt of Palmar hotel occupies a riad-style building on the east coast of the far-flung island. It contains 59 guest suites, a restaurant and a spa, all of which

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04 Dec 18
Architectural Autocad Drawings,Blocks,Details Download Center

Sea blues, sunny yellows and bold monochromatic stripes appear throughout this boutique hotel, designed by artist Camille Walala to complement the landscape of Mauritius. The Salt of Palmar hotel occupies a riad-style building on the east coast of the far-flung island. It contains 59 guest suites, a restaurant and a spa, all of which Camille

The post Camille Walala applies vibrant colours and graphics to Salt of Palmar hotel in Mauritius appeared first on Dezeen.

29 Nov 18
South Seattle Emerald

This article originally appeared in Real Change and has been republished with permission. by Lisa Edge On the second floor of a building in Ballard, Aramis O. Hamer uses white chalk to sketch the outline of two women. They’re fairies right now, but could easily morph into angels as Hamer’s vision comes to life.

28 Nov 18
but a whimper

Got a job teaching ESL in Asia? As much as I am loathe to rain on your parade, here is why I feel compelled to do so. If by some miracle you manage to subvert natural social law and, as a fellow yellow-skin (okay: half yellow)[1], have actually secured gainful employment as an English teacher […]

27 Nov 18

What started your love affair with wine? I would say my relationship with wine seriously evolved over the years. I can remember my roommate in Los Angeles knowing what I considered a LOT about wine, and while I liked drinking it, I didn’t “get” why she was raving about expensive wine like Opus One. Then, […]

26 Nov 18
Freya Designs

The purpose of this paper is to consider how culture and context impacts on a creative’s work. For instance, a typical chinese interior is associated with a dark wood and deep red accents. Modern parisian trends include a neoclassical style similar to our own keeping with a neutral colour palette and intricate interior architecture. In […]

25 Nov 18
Lay Reader's Book Reviews

So you’re forty-four, well-established in the art world, married for twenty years and you fancy your brother-in-law (aged 23, returned from ‘finding himself’ in the Far East, a drug taking Narcissus.)! You’ve walked in on him in the shower, thinking, from the view of his back, that it is his wife. “By Nightfall” is a […]

24 Nov 18
Daily Dose of Goodness

I recently returned from a weekend trip to the “City of Lights”. My heart is full of romantic accordion music and my stomach stuffed with french cuisine and macaroons. There are so many must-see monuments in the city and with only a weekend to do it all, planning ahead was essential. I’m here to share […]