Dear John, Your letter was such a passionate, agonizing one. I immediately recognized that you are in obvious pain—spiritual pain rising from whatever types of crises in your life that are tormenting you. Your letter also contained several significant questions that are not easy to answer. My perspective on pain and suffering differs much from […]
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The recent vote of the British Parliament to legalize abortion and same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland is a matter of people who have no elected mandate in the area thrusting a major piece of legislation on the population, according to an Irish bishop. The move, said Bishop Donal McKeown of Derry, “is very, very bad for democracy.” […]
I can’t leave the topic of Midsummer in Finland without briefly describing our breakneck tour of Helsinki. And that a head’s up for my readers; this post is all about architecture and design, baby! As the photo above suggests, Finland’s capital feels like a big city masquerading as a small town. The immense sky dwarfs […]
We take great pride on our wide selection of furniture, but not every item makes it to the first page. Today we’d like to showcase some of the good stuff that usually goes under wraps.
The purchase of the right furniture makes a person feel comfortable and happy living in the house. It is a hectic process for a person tom search for right furniture on physical stores. The moving from one furniture store to another in search of a good product causes frustration to an individual. Therefore, a person […]
Designed by Philippe Starck in collaboration with Eugeni Quitllet, Masters is a hybrid of 3 iconic Kartell designs: the Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen; the Tulip armchair by Eero Saarinen and the Eiffel chair by Charles Eames. The Masters bar chair is roomy and comfortable. Supported on slender legs, the back shapes of the 3 […]
The Sainsbury’s supermarket on Camden Road in London is now Listed at Grade II: it’s the first purpose-built supermarket to be added to the List and forms part of the 1980s Grand Union Complex, designed by Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners. Commissioned to replace a former industrial site in the heart of Camden Town, the complex […]
There was a time when you couldn’t call yourself a true international traveller unless you’d been to Gander. It may just be a speck on an island off the eastern coast of Canada, but in the pioneering days of post-World War II air travel, jet-setters couldn’t get between Europe and the US without a pit stop in this small Newfoundland town.
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The Leading 6 Pieces Of Iconic Motion Picture Seating – Sit Like A Manager! Are you seated easily? Good. Kick back and relax as visitor author Nicky Hand talks about 6 iconic and inspired pieces of motion picture seating. During the 50s and 60s, furniture designers went through something of a renaissance and started to […]
The Millennial Study is what I’d like to call this look. Fluffy cushions, fairy lights, pretty planters, etc. If these words make your world go round then this look is definitely for you. It’s Scandi, with a hint of fun. While, neutral palette with bursts of pastels form the basis of this look, small knick […]
Today we’re going to answer some of the most common questions that people have about the Eames Lounge Chair replica. If you want to know more before making that choice. Read on!