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With the downturn of the Italian economy, government funds that are normally set aside for restorations and repairs on the country’s cultural landmarks have been reduced to nearly nothing, leaving many falling apart and in disarray. This leaves officials asking for private donors and investors to help rescue the rich historical wealth in Italy. With more UNESCO world heritage sites than any other country, Italy has reached out to fashion for relief efforts and luxury brands are now doing what they can to help give back to the country that has been their home and inspiration for so many years. - Sepi ⌘ سپی from Bookmarklet
Fendi and Trevi Fountains in Rome - Bulgari and Rome’s Spanish Steps - Prada and the Tuscan Road - Tod's and the Colosseum - Diesel and Rialto Bridge in Venice - Sepi ⌘ سپی
از فید‌های سیاسی، مرگ و میر، انفجار حالم بد شد ... تغییر احتیاج بود!! :-( - Sepi ⌘ سپی
قسمت شه به حق این شبهاي عزیز، همین جمع سال ديگه باشن ایتالیا :دی - SaSha from Android
What happen to Dolce & Gabbana??!! :-))) - Sepi ⌘ سپی
ساشا امیدوارم قسمت بشه ... تقریبا همه جاش بودم و در روم برای ۱ سال نیم زندگی‌ کردم!! - Sepi ⌘ سپی
ایتالیا یکی از کشورهای هست که دوست دارم توش زندگی کنم - SaSha from Android
میری میری ... Believe ;-) - Sepi ⌘ سپی
امیدوارم.. مرسی مرسی :) - SaSha from Android
فکر کنم تنها چیزیی‌ که این کشور نگه داشته همین فشن، صنعت ماشیناشون، مبل سازیشون، شراباشونه ... - Sepi ⌘ سپی
SaSha ... :-* - Sepi ⌘ سپی
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FIFA World Cup 2014 stadiums photographed by Leonardo Finotti - http://www.dezeen.com/2014...
FIFA World Cup 2014 stadiums photographed by Leonardo Finotti
FIFA World Cup 2014 stadiums photographed by Leonardo Finotti
Arena das Dunas, Natal –-- Beira Rio Stedium, Porto Alegre –-- Minerão Stadium, Belo Horizonte --- Arena Pantanal, Ciuabá --- Castelão Stadium, Fortaleza - Sepi ⌘ سپی from Bookmarklet
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This family house in Athens by Greek office Tense Architecture Network comprises a boxy concrete upper floor perched atop a glazed living room and kitchen (+ photographs by Filippo Poli). « Newer story Older story » Residence in Kato Kifissia by Tense Architecture Network inShare36 Flip 24 April 2013 | 2 comments More: Architecture Residential Slideshows This family house in Athens by Greek office Tense Architecture Network comprises a boxy concrete upper floor perched atop a glazed living room and kitchen (+ photographs by Filippo Poli). Residence in Kato Kifissia by Tense Architecture Network Tense Architecture Network designed the residence with an industrial aesthetic, featuring exposed concrete walls, basalt-cobble flooring and a folded steel staircase suspended by wire cables. The ground and first floors are offset from one another and dark-tinted concrete columns support the overhanging bedroom floor. "The main volume is vigorously elevated - nearly four metres high - in order... more... - Sepi ⌘ سپی from Bookmarklet
لدفن از اینا بیشتر بزارید - مرسی :) - Prometheus
به روی چشم ... :-) - Sepi ⌘ سپی
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Qatar Unveils Luxurious Off-Grid Floating Hotels World Cup | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building - http://inhabitat.com/qatar-u...
Qatar Unveils Luxurious Off-Grid Floating Hotels World Cup | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
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6 Amazing Bike-Friendly Bridges for Greener Cities | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building - http://inhabitat.com/6-amazi...
6 Amazing Bike-Friendly Bridges for Greener Cities | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
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"Bike-friendly and pedestrian bridges provide safe and efficient gateways across rivers, parks, and roads all over the world. They allow people to enjoy the freedom of travelling comfortably at their own speed and away from cars, encouraging folks of all ages to pick up their bikes, get some exercise, and can breathe some fresh air. We have compiled a list of 6 great bridges that are friendly to both people and their bicycles: Included here are beautifully modern viaducts running across rivers, a melody-maker path for playing some tunes while riding, and even a magnificent path that seems to float over a busy road in The Netherlands." - Bluesun 2600 from Bookmarklet
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Radi­ant Orchid, a soft, dif­fused laven­der that is both cap­ti­vat­ing and enig­matic, and so much more. They have deter­mined that this will be the “it” color for 2014 affect­ing inte­rior design as well as fash­ion and beauty ... رنگ ارغوانی رنگ سال. این رنگ تاثیر گذار در طراحی داخلی‌، مد و زیبای خواهد بود
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Orta. A church window. Santa Maria Assunta Church. - https://www.flickr.com/photos...
Orta. A church window. Santa Maria Assunta Church.
Architect Nicolao Monti designed the church for the Community of Orta in occasion of liberation from 1485 plague. Church’s facade is colorful and its interior precious and rich with wide 1700 frescoes and golden details. - Ksana from Bookmarklet
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"Located in Cornville, Arizona, Eliphante was created with found materials over a period of 28 years by the artist Michael Kahn and his wife Leda Livant..." More here: http://www.eliphante.org/ - Ksana from Bookmarklet
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The Underground Home Mystery: Is There a Subterranean House Hidden Beneath Queens? | Inhabitat New York City - http://inhabitat.com/nyc...
The Underground Home Mystery: Is There a Subterranean House Hidden Beneath Queens? | Inhabitat New York City
The Underground Home Mystery: Is There a Subterranean House Hidden Beneath Queens? | Inhabitat New York City
It's a spacious, secure home that could probably fetch a pretty penny on today's NYC real estate market - the only problem is that no one knows if it still exists. The mystery centers around The Underground World Home, a 12,000-square-foot subterranean residence that was built for the 1964 World's Fair at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens. After the fair ended, almost all of the exhibits were ordered to be demolished, but some think that the Underground Home's creator, Jay Swayze, may have left it intact. After all, why pay exorbitant demolition fees to remove the home when you could just tear down its above-ground pavilion and cover the entrance with some dirt? 50 years later, historians, students and regular Joes with shovels are still asking the question, "Is it down there?" The Underground Home was the brainchild of Jay Swayze, a Texas home builder with a knack for understanding the fears of the American public. The demand for ultra-secure dwellings and fallout shelters in... more... - Bluesun 2600 from Bookmarklet
I was at this World's Fair but do not remember this exhibit. - Janet
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