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9 fab homes with giant pivoting doors

Never too big?<p>In designing a modern home, there’s perhaps no easier way to make a statement than incorporating some larger-than-life pivoting doors. We’ve seen plenty examples crop up lately—many rendered in glass, so that the doors also become windows and walls, and others in wood, stone, or steel.<p>…

5 Amazing Content Marketing Tips For Solopreneurs - Small Business Trends

Let’s just be honest for a second.<p>Building a business by yourself is tough, isn’t it? It’s not easy to get customers. This is especially true if you …

3 Things to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Business

In the United States alone, more than half a million businesses are started every month. Depending on whether you’re an optimist or a pessimist, this …

DIY | 9 Back-to-School Projects

Getting ready for Back-to-School? We've rounded up a few projects we've posted here in the past that are perfect for back-to-school. Customize your …

Crafting

This Gorgeous Tiny House Is Proof That Size Doesn't Matter

Photo courtesy of Studio Buell Photography.<p>The tiny-home trend has really taken off in the last few years. That's perhaps partly thanks to the variety of shows on HGTV that feature tiny homes, like <i>Tiny House Builders, Tiny House Hunters, and Tiny House, Big Living</i>. This last show is where you'll …

archatlas: T Space On a four acre site in Dutchess County, New York, a new wooden ”T” space designed by Steven Holl Architects sits near a stone “U” house from 1952, which has a steel “L” addition from 2001. The new gallery floats over the natural landscape. It has nine steel columns and nine elevations, all integrated via proportions of 1:1.618. A rain skin of natural 2x2 cedar is suspended on stainless steel screws. There is no plumbing, or sheetrock. The interiors are painted plywood and the floor is sanded marine plywood with all the stains of the 4 month construction process exposed. Wooden windows, doors and skylights were specifically built for this space. The gallery is reached from the east by a gently sloping wooden ramp, and exited on a wooden ramp through the south elevation which is a large pivoting wall. Light comes from skylights, cut to achieve 25 foot candles of natural light on the walls, eliminate the need for electricity. Images and text via (via archatlas)

The Postprocessing Pipeline

A few years ago, while shooting big-wave surfing, I captured a remarkable image of pro surfer Kohl Christensen riding a mountain of water on a …

Photoshop Lightroom Tips | How to Create Camera Raw Presets From Lightroom Presets

Raw files contain nothing more than the unprocessed image data captured from your image sensor. To translate these files, there is a surplus of …

4 Ways to Create a Marketing Strategy for Your Small Business

As a former CMO, I often consult with small business owners and startup founders regarding their marketing strategies. Usually these conversations …

Marketing

How to: Make a Vintage-Inspired Shipping Crate... Perfect for a Bottle of Whiskey

Ask any one who appreciates a fine sipping experience, and they'll confirm: a bottle of spirits makes for a great gift. But, it's a bit of a strange …

Whiskey