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Discover your personal philosophy and then build your life around it. Following a morning hike among the serenity of red rocks, wildflowers, and mountain views, I sat in conversation with an old friend.
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Let’s talk acoustics In addition to writing about architecture for several publications, Kate Wagner has worked as a sound engineer with expertise in recording engineering, product development, and research.
Rather than beating yourself up about being nervous, you need to acknowledge, and even embrace, your jitters. Here’s how. You’re about to give a presentation, and for whatever reason, the words you’ve
It includes a bed, a walk-in closet, and additional kitchen counter space Nils Holger Moormann, the German-based designer behind this tricked-out Volkswagen van-cum-mobile-home, has designed another small-space
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