Faroe Islands: Wild and Free Adventure in the North Atlantic

Which volcanic archipelago is halfway between Iceland and Norway, with rugged, unspoiled landscapes and a distinctive Scandinavian culture? The Faroe Islands, of course. The Faroe Islands are still relatively unknown to most travelers, but were listed in the top 5 island destinations for travelers in this National Geographic survey. Viking Origins The Faroes encompass eighteen islands […]

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Archtober Roundup: Our Top 5 NYC “Buildings of the Day”

Every October, in the cultural hub of the country, New York City, comes Archtober (ärk’tōbər) — a month of appreciation for architecture and design, centered around some of the greatest buildings in one of the nation’s greatest cities. While exhibitions, talks and events of everything A&D stretch across the city for the entire month, Archtober […]

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Moleskine and Livescribe Bring Ideas to Life

Brilliant ideas, works of art and strokes of genius have started on paper for centuries before making the next leap in production. From Picasso to Wilde to Hemingway – many have carried a small notebook and pen everywhere in case inspiration struck. Today, thanks to collaboration between Moleskine notebooks and Livescribe smart pens, they are […]

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Maze of Keys: A New Kind of Book Release

Australia’s James Evangelidis is testing a new kind of book release, providing readers with the opportunity to win millions The most connected man on LinkedIn (Australia), also happens to be a respected business author. As such, he’s devised a unique way to launch his first thriller on September 17th. James Evangelidis has turned his eBook […]

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Living Life on the Edge with Modscape

Only in the land down under. Recently, Australian architecture collective, Modscape brought an undoubtedly wealthy and courageous couples’ vision closer to life as they have designed a concept for what has to be the world’s first cliff-hanging home. Dubbed the ‘Cliff House’, this 5-story home acts as an extension of the surrounding cliffs themselves, and […]

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3D Printing: The Shape of Things to Come

For years, retailers have been using 3D printing (3DP) to create sculptures, jewelry, and smartphone covers for consumers on marketplaces like Shapeways. Now, consumers can make their own artifacts and personalized works of stereolithographic art with reasonably-priced printers like the Makerbot, now being sold at Home Depot stores. With 3DP, the garage hobbyist is rapidly […]

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8 Significant Athens Sites

For the traveler looking for rich history and breathtaking monuments and scenery, it doesn’t get much better than Athens, Greece. The city of Athens is known for its impact on art, philosophy, science and politics. Groundbreaking thinkers like Socrates, Aristotle, and Plato studied there. With such credentials, it can be overwhelming to visit. Below, we’ve compiled just a few […]

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Top Trends of NeoCon 2014

For those interior designers that missed NeoCon and for all others that are interested in having the privileged “insider scoop,” this article is for you. With over 1 million square feet of space to accommodate more than 700 showrooms and exhibitors for the perusal pleasure of over 40,000 architecture and design professionals, NeoCon is the largest trade show of […]

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