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INTERSECTIONS: LANDSCAPE DESIGN MEETS INTERIOR DESIGN
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INTERSECTIONS: LANDSCAPE DESIGN MEETS INTERIOR DESIGN

Stepping Outside with Interior Designers When walking from indoors to out, there should be continuity. It should be in some way similar in character to what’s happening indoors. As landscape architects much of our landscape design process involves defining use areas –or- outdoor rooms. We map out paths that lead the eye (and the body) through a series...

The Influence of Art History on Modern Design: Art Nouveau
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The Influence of Art History on Modern Design: Art Nouveau

In the previous posts I started writing about the influence of art history on modern design and I began with the Gothic Style from the Medieval Period, which was followed by the post about the Baroque Style from the Western Art. Today’s post is about another great and influential style, this time from the Modern Art Period: Art Nouveau. If...

Study Master’s Degrees In Thessaloníki
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Study Master’s Degrees In Thessaloníki

Thessaloníki at a glance Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece, was voted the European youth capital in 2014. Landscapes, events, and a bohemian atmosphere turned Thessaloniki in a “city that never sleeps” and the cultural capital of Greece. Thessaloniki is intensely visited and, yet, doesn’t give the feeling of a crowded city. The broad...

10 Tips on Buying Waterfront Property
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10 Tips on Buying Waterfront Property

For many people, buying waterfront property is the ultimate real estate experience. Perhaps more than any other type of purchase, buying a waterfront home or home site is as much about a lifestyle as it is a real estate investment. Because waterfront purchases can be complex, it’s important for waterfront buyers to do their homework...

The biggest interior design trends of 2018
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The biggest interior design trends of 2018

The year that was defined by millennial pinks, terrazzo tiling, and resort-style living. But the design-savvy are predicting a shift in the way we’re set to decorate our homes in 2018. Those who followed our interior advice in 2017 will be happy to hear that marble, jewel tones and understated luxury are here to stay, but the...