Archive for 31 diciembre 2018

Located in Moolap, Australia, this contemporary single family house was redesigned in 2016 by Dylan Barber Building Design.



Photography by Chrissie Francis

Visit Dylan Barber Building Design

– by Matt Watts

Web: homeadore.com


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Amilla Fushi – literally meaning ‘my island home – Effortlessly conjures a luxurious ‘homecoming’ feeling for first-timers and old friends alike. Framing its lush jungle interiors, pristine sands and crystalline lagoons with clean lines and gleaming white surfaces.
Amilla Fushi Luxury Resort is an intimate timeless place. Not about the trend, but about lifestyle.
Amilla’s 59 Miami-Meets-Maldives island homes beckon – while eight majestic four to eight-bedroom residences (poa for serious interested buyers!) offer a capacious private beach haven for VVIP parties and families.
Whitewashed villas sit over turquoise waters. The minimalist lines of sun-kissed beach houses contrast against the curves of swaying palms.


Web: premiermaldives.com

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2019 Nissan Sentra Review


When it comes to compact sedans, the 2019 Nissan Sentra is a wallflower. It’s roomy enough for four adults, fuel efficient for its class, and packs just enough features to keep most buyers happy but fails to deliver on driving delight and design. We’ve rated it 4.8 overall as a reflection of its comfort, active safety features, value, but distinct lack of thrills. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

For 2019, the Sentra gets a few updates to keep it current, including a new 7.0-inch touchscreen for infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility on higher trims, and a new SV Special Edition package that adds worthwhile functional,  safety, and convenience features.

The 2019 Sentra is available in S, SV, SR, SR Turbo, SL, and Nismo trims, with the latter adding a plethora of performance features that don’t add up to an especially cohesive experience.

Link: https://www.thecarconnection.com/overview/nissan_sentra_2019

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Photographer Reuben Wu used a drone carrying blue LED lights to illuminate Peru’s Pastoruri glacier. Reuben Wu / Courtesy Coors Light

Last July, photographer Reuben Wu and a crew of around 30 people hiked from the Peruvian city of Huaraz, nestled in the Cordillera Blanca region of the Andes, to the 16,000-foot-high Pastoruri glacier. The hike took around four hours and the crew arrived after sunset, finding the melting glacier lit only by a full moon.


More: wired.com

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House of Courtyards in Brasília

Using the seemingly regular concept of stacked boxes as inspiration, Brazilian studio Bloco Arquitetos has designed a wonderfully spacious family home that is, in essence, a series of stacked “boxes” itself. These form a series of courtyards and terraces that provide private and social spaces almost unparalleled in its beauty.


Following the stark white theme, the interior decor scheme also includes white walls, light wood flooring, and white cabinetry. Though the furniture was brought from the owner’s previous residence, most of it also fits the white theme quite nicely, rounding out the whole visual experience well.

Photographs by Haruo Mikami

Source: homedsgn.com

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The house comprises a formal lounge, a separate dining room and study, a powder room, a kitchen/family meals area and an informal living room opening to terrace and garden.

Upstairs is master bedroom with balcony, walk in robe and en-suite, three further bedrooms each with open fireplace, expansive bathroom and second study.



Source: homedsgn.com

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Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware)


Source: met-robert-lehman

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