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Toronto City Hall: From Science Fiction to Architecture

05 Dec 2012 / 0 Comments / in Blog

The City Hall of Toronto, Canada, is the home of the city’s municipal government and one of its most distinctive landmarks. Designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell and landscape architect Richard Strong, the building opened in 1965. It was built to replace Old City Hall, which was built in 1899. When finished, the new building generated controversy amongst many people who felt that it […]

Bathroom Design & Style

21 Nov 2012 / 0 Comments / in Blog

Interior design is a tricky thing for most of the people. You have to know which colours to use, what materials, in which style, etc. When it comes to bathrooms, it may not be the most important part of the house, but it’s a necessity to be very classy. It is known that you can tell […]

The “Boutique” Bakery

13 Nov 2012 / 0 Comments / in Blog

From Amsterdam to Sydney to Buenos Aires, a new crop of “boutique bakeries”, a.k.a designer bakeries, has emerged where the bread can cost up to 4 times as much. This type of food emporium differs greatly from a regular bake shop as your target is a much more limited and exclusive clientele. Contrary to bakeries […]

Interior Design & Education

08 Nov 2012 / 0 Comments / in Blog

For students, the learning environment is very important. The size of the classroom and interior areas, the colors of the walls, the type of furniture and flooring, the amount of light, and the room arrangement all influence how students learn. This is when interior design plays a key role. Furthermore, a variety of factors such […]

Marseille: Charming Le panier

08 Nov 2012 / 0 Comments / in Blog

Located on the southeast coast of France, Marseille is France’s largest city on the Mediterranean coast and largest commercial port. Le Panier is the place where the ancient Greeks first established a settlement. In the sixth century BC, it was called Massalia. Behind of the City Hall, the heart of the city’s old quarter is called “The Panier” (The […]