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Since 2007, St Pancras Station has started serving international rails. Beforehand, London Waterloo Station, which is by the Southbank of Thames, was the terminal station for passengers from Europe to England. As what my dad said so, depending on his previous studying experience in UK.
聖潘克斯國際車站在 11 年前還只是個國內線總站，記得爸爸以前來讀書時是在南邊一點的滑鐵盧車站
我夢寐以求新的 Google HQ Landscape（由 Heatherwick 設計的十一層長型建築）也正在這裡動工，期待完工後能在這裡工作
為了一探內部，還在 Camden Council（這個區域的議會）網站上找到所有設計理念、圖說、工程圖以及各項往來文件，不得不佩服歐洲在資訊開放的程度上，完全展現了先進國家該有的水準
Ofis tasarımınız marka değerine katkı sağlayacak en önemli etkenlerden biridir. Hem müşterilerinize hem de potansiyel çalışanlarınıza kendinizi en doğru şekilde aktarmanızı sağlayacak şekilde olmalıdır...
• Silence at the Rooftop • from the article "the Rest is Silence". A 'muted axonometry' of The Beatles' Rootfop Concert at Apple HQ, Savile Row, London- published in @bartleboothmag no. 3 "Los opuestos" ~ |part i| ~
A style as manly as the name implies. Influenced by the environments where it originated from, workshops, factories, warehousing and anywhere else raw, harsh and heavy materials are used to mould manufacturing and propel production. Think New York, Brooklyn loft.
The planning is predominantly open, due to the nature of its influencers (factories and warehouses) having minimal columns to create the largest amount of uninterrupted floor space possible.
Services, such as the air-conditioning ducts, electrical conduits (preferably galvanised steel), water pipes (copper) etc. can be left visible and unfinished or accentuated with brightly coloured paint, to create a feature. Steel beams, bracing and columns are left tarnished, painted with standard red oxide primer or painted a dark colour, for the cleaner look.
In keeping with the exposed and rough nature of the industrial style, the floors follow on from the structure. Power floated and polished concrete illustrating the stresses and cracks that harsh factory conditions force. Hard wood or parquet floor coverings are a great addition to any industrial style space.
Neutral, warm, earthy tones are a great fit for brickwork and timber. Shades of grey always work well with concrete and steel. Black can be used to make service and structure stand out .White can be used in all cases for a cleaner look.
Stark coloured fabrics (whites or greys) stand out and add a sense of modernity. A contemporary touch brings the space into a more modern time and fits well juxtaposed against the industrials style. Again the theme can be carried through with steel and timber stools, tables and chairs. However a comfortable couch makes a massive impact and offsets the harshness of the rough materials and creates an inviting homey environment.
A bohemian interior is a mix of styles. Influences from around the world are brought together. For example, you will find items from India, Morocco, Nepal, and other distant lands.
Walls and ceilings are normally white in colour. In many southern countries, both the inside and outside of a home are coated with white lime plaster. This makes it fresher in the summer. The bohemian style inherits this white basis.
The decorations are very colourful. In particular, warm tones are used, such as red, pink, yellow, orange, and brown. This ensure the interior is not too sterile and also creates a cosy atmosphere.
And with respect to accessories, the following items are indispensable in bohemian furnishing:
🔸Ethnic cushions with decorative motifs
🔸Oriental tea light holders
What stands out immediately is the choice of materials. Natural materials are the best. In this ethnic interior style, you will find a lot of linen, wood, cane, earthenware, and so on. You will rarely see plastic, metal, or glass.
You will not see modern design furniture in a bohemian décor. The preference is for vintage furniture. This if often discovered in thrift shops. The subtle traces of use give character to the space and bring everything to life.
It’s not a bohemian interior unless it has plants. When looking for the closest types of plants, it’s best to search for southern species. Palms, cacti, and succulents are an excellent choice.
💚Every exit is an entrance somewhere else❣️💚 The New State Gallery building of Stuttgart has been claimed as the epitome of post-modernism, it is a controversial architectural design by James Stirling. The design incorporates warm natural elements of travertine and sandstone in classical forms to contrast with the industrial pieces of green 💚steel framing system and the bright pink steel handstrails. I love this beautiful spacious architecture with dynamically curved window facade and striking green studded flooring😍 #museumsbande