Sarah Gustin

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http://www.homedsgn.com/2013/06/13/cosgriff-house-by-christopher-polly-architect/ Cosgriff House by Christopher Polly Architect

Underwater Archaeologist Franck Goddio Finds 1,600-Year-Old City that Vanished 1,200 Years Ago

In the early 1980s, Frenchman Franck Goddio was working in finance. But rather than searching for treasure in spreadsheets, he began looking …

http://www.homedsgn.com/2013/04/28/house-in-muko-by-fujiwarramuro-architects/ House in Muko by Fujiwarramuro Architects

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Golden Seeds

Abandoned Power Station Transformed into a Roller Coaster

London’s iconic Battersea Power Station, which has been abandoned since the 1980s, could turn into a theme park and museum in this wild rollercoaster …

Bay Ridge: an oasis in the urban jungle of New York City

Strutting down the pavement, the remnants of that classic disco beat by the Bee Gees stuck in your head, you’re walking down the same street as John Travolta (aka Tony Manero) in the opening scene of <i>Saturday Night Fever</i> (1977). 35 years later, you can still recognize the neighbourhood: teenagers …

The 10 best family holiday destinations

Who says that successful travel <i>en famille</i> means a week in the company of a certain famous mouse? In this excerpt from <i>Lonely Planet's 1000 Ultimate Experiences,</i> we've got some suggestions for a trip your brood will never forget.<p>1. Sing a rainbow in the desert, Rajasthan, India<p>It might be dry but …

Beyond the beignets: New Orleans' modern food movement

New Orleans is a food city, no question; it always has been. No offense to those hearty regional faves – gumbo, jambalaya and the ubiquitous beignets – but the association has long been one of over-indulgence rather than variety and refinement. The good news: a number of the city's recently opened …