Browsing articles from "November, 2011"

Time Out

Pack your bags, we are on our way to Babylonstoren in South Africa’s Caped Winelands.  The charming old estate with more than 320 years of history remains a ‘working farm’ while it also provides the luxury and the comforts of a unique country getaway.  The Cape Dutch farm buildings with their 17th and 18th century atmosphere provide for five star guest accommodation. We will work a little and play a lot, all the while relaxing at this quintessential resort.

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Nov 14, 2011
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Spirits/Levenson & Hill

Frozen Ghost Vodka is a new entry in the crowded super-premium vodka marketplace. Arresting packaging is vital to success in this segment, both for the bottle and the box it arrives in. This design capitalizes on what the name suggests, both eeriness and the appetite appeal of a chilled vodka with an ethereally smooth flavor.” Intriguing.

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Nov 14, 2011
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Movie Night

Eva over at otis & frank thinks these are the perfect movie chairs…I would have to agree.  Happy Friday.

Leather chaises by Flexform.  Tom Dixon pipe lights.

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Nov 11, 2011
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Commute

Without a doubt, I could handle this commute to the office…happy Friday….

Watershed/Float Architecture

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Nov 11, 2011
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Ville Hara

Linda Bergoths created a glass house by the lake, Ville Hara.  It reminds me of a modern day space where Snow White lies waiting for Prince Charming…true, yes?

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Nov 8, 2011
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NHow/Karim Rashid

Let’s take a look at Berlin’s first music hotel, sitting in the center of the city’s music, fashion, and creative scene.  NHow by Karim Rashid is an adventure; it looks as though you entered a sound speaker and find yourself playing and sleeping amongst sound vibrations.

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Nov 1, 2011
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