Al Shaheed Park Kuwait by Ricardo Camacho | Architecture

 

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The design and concept of Al Shaheed Park in Kuwait has been the center of the local media’s attention recently, it has created the biggest buzz since the completion on the Hamra Tower. The name of the park is Al Shaheed which means The Martyr in Arabic, this is what brought up the concept of creating a space to honor the war martyrs through national celebrations and festivals.

“Each of the building programs inserted in this Park reconversion must be read as a carefully staged plan of action with precise formal and social objectives. These are components of a comprehensive project of the Amiri Diwan to instigate the participation of national citizens in the city’s public space beyond the private owned shopping malls ‘gallerias’. Today, this larger conception informs the Emir Office’s practice and social policies.”

 

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Many furniture pieces were supplied by Pro-design Group, especially the beautiful counter from Brabbu shown above.

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Did You Know Your Kitchen Counter Could Be Making You Sick? | Health

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It is common practice to recommend Granite for kitchen counter tops. Why? because it is natural, durable, resists heat and scratches. What I recently discovered through several studies online, is that Granite emits Radon, a naturally-occurring radioactive gas usually found in soil and rocks. As trace uranium in soil and rock decays, it emits radon, which is a leading cause of lung cancer.

According to the Environmental Compliance Handbook (Jacob I. Bregman and Robert D. Bell), a person exposed to radon levels measured at 4 pCi/L  or higher has the same risk of  developing lung cancer as a person who smokes five cigarettes per day.
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Casa Cavia, a New Concept in Argentina | Interiors

 

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Fine food, fragrances, flowers, and literature come together under an eclectic two-story house designed by Norwegian architect Alejandro Christophesen in 1927 known now as Casa Cavia. Casa Cavia is  a new concept  in Buenos Aires and the brainchild of creative force Guadalupe Garcia Mosqueda updated by design firm KallosTurin.

The result portrays the design firm’s affinity for sleek & clean lines. A grey palette takes over enhanced by a beautiful moss green, accentuated with marble, brass, & velvet.

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Cafe Trussardi New Concept to Launch in Dubai | Restaurant Design

 

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Cafe Trussardi is the cafe related directly to the Trussardi Fashion house. Very popular in Milan, this cafe is known for the beautiful outdoor terrace and green roof. Recently, Luxury Living created the brand’s first home furniture line, Trussardi Casa,  and wanted to depict their style through the new concept for the cafe which will open world wide starting with Dubai. The presentation of the cafe concept was introduced during Imm Cologne 2015. First I will show you the original cafe, and then you will see the new images of what the new concept will look like.

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Fendi Casa 2015 Collection | Luxury Furniture

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At Maison & Objet last January, Fendi Casa, among other luxurious brands, presented their latest collection and finishes for 2015. During each fair they add a few new elements or elaborate on existing pieces that were released in the recent years. You will notice velvets, dark colors, and metallic finishes as the most prevalent trend this year. Fendi Casa captured it perfectly.

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A Peak Inside Fifty Shades Of Grey Apartment | Interiors

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On of the most anticipated movies of the year is definitely Fifty Shades of Grey to be released for Valentine’s day, despite the controversy and unprecedented popularity of the original book.

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