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Shout out to our old friend André Saraiva at Hotel Amour. 

Shout out to our old friend André Saraiva at Hotel Amour

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The Iconic New Yorker Hotel

The Iconic New Yorker Hotel

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Unemori Architects - Small house, Meguro, 2010. Due to the small lot size, each of the five floors is devoted to a single room, with the lower most floor half-submerged below grade. Via, photos (C) Ken Sasajima.

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The first total lunar eclipse of 2014 occurred last night, marking the start of an eclipse tetrad - four back-to-back total lunar eclipses - that will happen over the next 18 months.

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Guardian and Washington Post win Pulitzer prize for NSA revelations

Guardian and Washington Post win Pulitzer prize for NSA revelations

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'la maison' jean pierre raynaud

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Itatiba Residence, São Paulo, Brasil by RoccoVidal P+W 

The siting then comes as a huge pavilion that cuts the existing plateau, the upper volume consists of a large minimalist rectangle that is a balance between a cubic volume of stones. To give continuity to the external views in front of the residence, we laid out trees rigidly on a geometric grid. The light-colored floor is formed by stones in the same shade as the stone of the residence.

The ladscape by Renata Tilli worked very well in the proposal and appropriated the existing species.

The interior design integrates landscape, building, interiors and decoration. Woodwork designs, benches and lighting were designed in three dimensions for each of the projects.

Photography: Tuca Reinés

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Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance, order, rhythm and harmony.
― Orison Swett Marden 

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The 29 Must-See Movies At This Year's Tribeca Film Festival

The 29 Must-See Movies At This Year’s Tribeca Film Festival -

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18 Ways to Live a Successful Life (That Have Nothing to Do With Money)

1) Know who you are, what your values are, and what you stand for.

2) Have a small group of people — or even just one — around whom you can be 100-percent yourself. These are the people who know the most genuine of your smiles and your long list of dreams, but have also seen you eat an entire sleeve of Oreos (in one sitting) and wipe your snot on the sleeve of your sweatshirt as you cry. (They may or may not have also seen your interpretive dance to “The Thong Song,” but no one would ever know because they’ve sworn to take it to their graves.) If you have even one of these people in your life, you are fortunate.

3) Have a circle of people who, though you don’t see them as often as you’d like, are still the first ones celebrating your victories and listening on the other end of the phone line when your world is crashing down. These are the kind of friendships that time and distance and different life paths don’t change — and they require nourishing.

4) Understand that life is precious and tomorrow isn’t guaranteed. Continuously remind yourself who and what you’re grateful for, and show them your appreciation often.

5) Recognize that there is pain and suffering in this world beyond your comprehension. Still choose to see the good in life.

6) Be generous with your soul. Be compassionate and empathetic towards your fellow human beings. Give. Don’t expect anything in return for your generosity — the camaraderie you will feel for a fellow human being is reward enough.

7) Always strive for personal growth, but accept your smaller imperfections and love yourself regardless. If you demand perfection, you will only be exhausted.

8) Love. Love deeply. Love fully. Don’t ever let fear prevent you from experiencing the greatest feeling in this life. Love your family, love your friends, love your partners, love children, love strangers, love yourself. Immerse yourself in love — it’s worth it.

9) Find something you are passionate about and something that always brings peace to your soul. These two things might be the same thing. Do them often.

10) Have a collection of memories. Some that make you laugh, some that make you smirk, some that make you cringe, and some that make you cry.

11) Have the courage to draw your own road map for life. Live only according to your own expectations, and nobody else’s.

12) Know when to close your mouth and listen. Everybody has something to share.

13) Overcome toxic habits and say goodbye to toxic people. You only get one shot at this life — so why let anything hold you back?

14) Learn from every single experience you have. Allow these lessons to guide you in the future. Share your wisdom with friends, peers, strangers and younger generations. (And don’t ever think you’re too old to learn something new!)

15) Constantly seek out new experiences with no fear.

16) Regard every one of your fellow human beings as equals, regardless of race, culture, socioeconomic class, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, etc.

17) Remember that if you have health, shelter, clean water and food you are luckier than most. Keep your perspective.

18) Never take yourself so seriously that you’ve forgotten how to laugh or be silly. Never get too old to see the world through the eyes of a child — with wonder and awe. Maturity and playfulness can coexist.

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