Posted: October 21st, 2015 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Favorite New Thought, From The Web | Tags: Aristeu Pires Design, Favourite New Thought, Gisele Lounge Chair | Comments Off on FNT! Gisele Lounge Chair by Aristeu Pires Design
“Daylight is dimming. Endless grassy hills fade gently into the blue of the sky. Gisele reclines on the hilltop with you, full of feminine charm, her raw cotton cording connecting lanky wooden limbs. It’s not hard to understand why this chair was named after the Brazilian supermodel — or was the model named after the chair? Rest in Gisele’s arms once, and you’ll never want to leave. Let her grace ease its way into your everyday routine.” Gisele Lounge Chair by Aristeu Pires Design via Architizer
Posted: October 11th, 2013 | Author: Marcus Dangerfield | Filed under: Concept Housing, Favorite New Thought, From The Web | Tags: Favourite New Thought, Floating Home, Floating Houses | Comments Off on World First Floating Condo
The Dutch are renowned for their ingenuity in taming water. utilising it to their advantage, but their systems for keeping the slippery liquid at bay are now getting a serious rethink by architect Koen Olthuis and his team at Waterstudio. While rising sea levels have inspired governments around the globe to invest in flood defences, with the Citadel, Olthuis is embracing waterborne housing with spectacular enthusiasm :: Read the full article »»»»
Posted: May 25th, 2013 | Author: Michael Courtenay | Filed under: Favorite New Thought | Tags: Favourite New Thought | Comments Off on Passion on Public Transport?
I’m unsure if it still goes on, but there was once a supermarket – Woolworths in Double Bay – that held an informal singles night. My recollection is a little foggy, but I believe the code for single and available was a bunch of celery pointing out of your shopping basket, a little complex perhaps. Well the Czech’s have a much simpler resolution.
Transport officials in the Czech capital, Prague, say they plan to help the city’s lonely hearts by introducing train carriages reserved for singles. Prague transport company Ropid wants to set aside carriages on some or all of its trains for singles seeking a soul mate.
The city-owned company will start polling passengers to determine whether they would be interested. Spokesman Filip Drapal says the initiative is one of the activities Ropid hopes will lure people out of their cars and onto public transportation :: Read the full article »»»»