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Juste après avoir vu des vidéos sur Sabine Weiss.

My best shots : YOUR choice at

www.flickr.com/photos/dominiquebeau/albums

I have a huge love for design, I tried many different things in my RL before landing on interior and graphic design. I have always been artistic but I thought I had to go with the mainstream things that everyone else said I needed to do.

But I finally found what I loved doing and I get to do it in Second Life.

I combined many different designers and different sets together to get this amazing Living and Designing Space. My main focuses are; ionic, Cinoe and sprinkles of LAGOM, with many of my other favorites to make this scene.

 

Here is a full list of credits... enjoy:

 

IONIC The Workshop Gacha and Co-working Gacha set

 

ionic : Art Gallery Frame [B] LI:1

ionic : Canvas for Ideas LI:4

ionic : Fabric Display & Dummies LI:6

ionic : Fabric Display (A) LI:5

ionic : Handmade Pottery LI:3

ionic : Recycled table LI:7

ionic : Sewing machine LI:3

ionic : Working Drawer LI:7

ionic : Workshop House - RARE LI:50

ionic : Workshop table LI:4

 

Cinoe Paper on the Lucky Set

[Cinoe] Blue pencil stand (dispencer) LI:1

[Cinoe] Chilled milk (dispencer) LI:1

[Cinoe] Colored pencil box (decor) LI:2

[Cinoe] Colored pencils (pale) LI:1

[Cinoe] Colored pencils (vivid) LI:1

[Cinoe] Green pencil stand (dispencer) LI:1

[Cinoe] Ham Sandwitch (dispencer) LI:1

[Cinoe] Lined milk bottles (dispencer) LI:1

[Cinoe] Lucky sketch LI:1

[Cinoe] Milk bottles LI:1

[Cinoe] Red pencil stand (dispencer) LI:1

 

06. Lagom - Pink-crafts [ DecoTape ] C/M LI:1

07. Lagom - Pink-crafts [ Decoboxes ] C/M LI:3

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Atelier Burgundy . Framed Nordic Canvas LI:1

Atelier Burgundy . Nordic Artist Table LI:1

Atelier Burgundy . Nordic Canvas Storage LI:4

Atelier Burgundy . Nordic Painting Sketch Clutter LI:1

Atelier Burgundy . Nordic Trio Faces LI:1

Atelier Burgundy . Papers (color sketches) LI:1

Atelier Burgundy . Papers (sketches) LI:1

Atelier Burgundy . Unfinished Canvas LI:1

KraftWork Interior Designer Clutter . Fabric Choices LI:2

KraftWork Interior Designer Clutter . Metal Handles LI:1

KraftWork Interior Designer Clutter . Mood & Samples Box LI:2

KraftWork Interior Designer Clutter . Various Tiles Examples LI:1

KraftWork Interior Designer Clutter . Wooden Profiles LI:3

Nutmeg. Her Vintage Bag LI:2

Nutmeg. Her Vintage Hat LI:3

Nutmeg. Home Clutter Rolled Up Rugs LI:3

{moss&mink} Ruffle Heart Rug LI:5

 

Holga 120 wide pinhole camera

Kodak T-MAX 400 @200 ASA

  

The Hambicamp 2.0 is part of the anarchistic resistance in and around the Hambach Forest.

It's It is located in Morschenich in a garden of a house.

Morschenich is a little village very near to the Hambach Forest.

 

The Hambicamp 2.0 is an education camp where workshops, political and cultural events take place. It's also a space for self-realization.

"The structures such as kitchen, material tent, information tent, press and even a co-working space remain in the camp in "small but fine" form. Winter is getting cold and long, so warm clothes, tea and hot food are here. The camp is equipped with running water, composting toilets, sleeping tents and electricity from the sun. Here you have the opportunity to spend the night in your own tent or in one of our tents."

 

This picture shows a detail from one of the two kitchens that are in the camp. Cooking and baking with gas is possible.

Fresh water and electricity is available.

When the sun is shining cooking can be done by a solar cooker with a parabolic dish of ca. 150 cm diameter...

   

This tower luxury apartment community is in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale. Opened in early 2020, the 34 story tower features first class food and beverage on an expansive pool deck with signature lazy river, modern fitness facilities, a jam room and performance space, and abundant co-working space. RIVERx will embody Fort Lauderdale's cultural emergence, where sunny leisure meets metropolitan culture.

 

Credit for the data above is given to the following websites:

www.emporis.com/complex/137756/x-las-olas-fort-lauderdale...

lasolas.societyliving.com/

 

© All Rights Reserved - you may not use this image in any form without my prior permission.

 

While we were ogling the makeover of Warehouse 30’s old storage facilities on Charoenkrung, local design firm PIA Interior went and did the same over on the Khlong San side of the river.

 

Lhong 1919 has reclaimed a group of old warehouses and a Chinese shrine dating back to King Rama IV (1851-1868) for its 6,800 sq meters of co-working space, eateries and art and design shops spotlighting the work of young artists.

 

The riverfront mixed-used project is a new destination for Bangkokians hankering for an outdoor venue at which to spend money on design products from eight locally-owned shops.

 

The brand lineup ensures that this will be a favorite shopping destination of moneyed hipsters. Zettino provides men’s leather goods, Hummingbird sells beautifully decorated plants, and Studio is showcasing Chinese design-inflected furniture.

 

Not in the mood to shop? Iberry’s new restaurant Rong Si serves up Thai standards, as does Thai cafe and restaurant Ploenwan Panich’s new branch. Karmakamet’s also has an eatery here.

 

FYI, the public pier on the riverside is not officially opened so visits require some trip planning. Try taking the river-crossing boat from Si Phraya pier to Klongsan pier and walking along Soi Wat Thong Thammachart.

 

While we were ogling the makeover of Warehouse 30’s old storage facilities on Charoenkrung, local design firm PIA Interior went and did the same over on the Khlong San side of the river.

 

Lhong 1919 has reclaimed a group of old warehouses and a Chinese shrine dating back to King Rama IV (1851-1868) for its 6,800 sq meters of co-working space, eateries and art and design shops spotlighting the work of young artists.

 

The riverfront mixed-used project is a new destination for Bangkokians hankering for an outdoor venue at which to spend money on design products from eight locally-owned shops.

 

The brand lineup ensures that this will be a favorite shopping destination of moneyed hipsters. Zettino provides men’s leather goods, Hummingbird sells beautifully decorated plants, and Studio is showcasing Chinese design-inflected furniture.

 

Not in the mood to shop? Iberry’s new restaurant Rong Si serves up Thai standards, as does Thai cafe and restaurant Ploenwan Panich’s new branch. Karmakamet’s also has an eatery here.

 

FYI, the public pier on the riverside is not officially opened so visits require some trip planning. Try taking the river-crossing boat from Si Phraya pier to Klongsan pier and walking along Soi Wat Thong Thammachart.

Excerpt from Explore East York East End:

 

The Riverdale Hub is a social enterprise located in a centuryold building that has been adapted to offer co-working space, offices and event space for local entrepreneurs, community groups and artists. It also houses a community gallery and the environmentally-conscious Social Gardener Café, which uses its own rooftop garden for ingredients. The Riverdale Hub shares its location with the Riverdale Immigrant Women’s Centre (RIWC), which is committed to supporting Asian and South Asian women, children, youth and families. The RIWC also uses the rooftop garden for its programming as a safe space for women to volunteer, learn and help build their community.

Every chance I get with a new ear, I discuss wildlife photography. Those closest to me have become certainly numb to my consistent ramblings and have no doubt perfected the obligatory nod. However as it often does, persistence paid off!

 

Two weeks ago I was meeting with my boss and another co-working friend. With the precision of huckster days gone by, I masterfully wove wildlife photography into the conversation. To my amazement one of the ladies replied “we have eagles in our backyard”… a reply I have heard before only to go and find everything from pigeons to hawks. It was when she shared an iPhone photo of a bald eagle sitting in a tree and invited me to come by anytime that triggered my out of body experience!

 

This morning I showed up at her home commenced to capture some 160+ shots of this mature male. My presence and actions have been the cause of many eagles scream over the years, but in this case he was going through the motions, with nothing coming out. As I closed the gap he would open his mouth, always in the direction of the nest. I believe he was communicating with the nest in a range that a human cannot hear. I just hope he had nice things to say!

 

Work has been keeping me rather busy these days so I haven't been posting as much as I normally would like too, but the good news is that I have some work trips coming up to Vienna and Budapest.

 

I'm sure I'll find an evening or morning somewhere to sneak out with a camera and photograph these lovely cities. Any recommendations for what I should absolutely see or do in Vienna and Budapest?

 

Or if you're a startup founder, incubator, co-working space owner or event organizer in Vienna or Budapest and want to have a Twitter speaker / mentor work with you, let me know and we might be able to do something cool.

First time visitors to Saigon are sure to walk right past 42 Nguyen Hue on Saigon’s Walking Street. Once an abandoned apartment block, this nine-storey building now is an eclectic mix of cafés, bars, boutiques, salons, bookstores, co-working spaces, and more. One could easily spend a few hours taking in the local culture at 42 Nguyen Hue, sampling the shopping, eating, and drinking options and interacting with locals, while taking in the spectacular views of the city and river beyond from one of their charming balconies.

 

Thank you for taking the time to look at, comment on, and fave my photographs.

 

Let's make the world a better place, one child at a time!

Lieblingsplatz = favourite spot, haunt

...or should I say Chevy Horses.

A classic old Chevy truck with it co working horses nearby.

Happy Truck Thursday!

A slice of the radical change taking place in East Liberty. The pot holes and bricked-in windows and doors of the old building evoke the scruffy East Liberty that is disappearing. The bright paint denoting a co-working space symbolizes the brave new East Liberty of leading edge tech, high-end retail, and runaway gentrification.

L'Espace Darwin : Réhabiliter plutôt que détruire.

Sur la rive droite de Bordeaux, en bordure de Garonne des bâtiments laissés à l’abandon ont retrouvé leurs lettres de noblesse.

Aujourd’hui rénovés, ils sont un exemple en matière de réhabilitation écologique et propose un nouveau modèle où lien social et économie durable sont au cœur du projet. Des « graffeurs » ont redonné une âme à des pans entiers d’une ancienne caserne militaire, tombée en ruine au fil des années. Les bâtiments en pierre ont été rénovés avec goût et abritent désormais un restaurant et une épicerie bio, ou encore un espace de coworking, dédié aux start-up.

 

Darwin Space : to rehabilitate than to destroy. On the right bank of the Garonne in Bordeaux, abandoned buildings has regained its reputation. Graffiti artists have breathed new life to entire walls of a former military base fallen into decay. The grand stone buildings were well renovated now houses an organic restaurant and grocery or a co-working space dedicated to start-up.

 

The new UCD Moore Centre for Business opened September 2019, and features interactive learning, extensive co-working zones, and a 320-seat lecture theatre.

 

The facility, next to the UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business at Belfield, will also include an Entrepreneurship and Innovation Hub, Media Suite, Skills Quarter Support Area, and THINK Lab.

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Excerpt from www.toronto.ca:

 

Face to Face/Tête à Tête creates a place for shared conversation along the street. With two unexpectedly long tables, flanked by continuous benches and wrapped with planting, this is a place for concentrated community conversation – animated inside the words Face to Face/Tête à Tête dynamically projected over all of the street furniture surfaces. The narrow striking blue and orange space promotes both intimacy within the bustle of King St, and deliberately intensifies the conversation. Shaped like boomerangs, one table angles toward the street, and one toward the sidewalk, subtly inviting participants to the table angled to watch the passers-by on the sidewalk, or to hail to those on bike and streetcar. The table is a central focus recalling big family dinners –promoting larger collective/community gathering, yet the narrowness allows for individual occupation, co-working, musing, lunching, and dreaming.

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The new UCD Moore Centre for Business will open September 2019, and will feature interactive learning, extensive co-working zones, and a 320-seat lecture theatre.

 

The facility, under construction next to the UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business at Belfield, will also include an Entrepreneurship and Innovation Hub, Media Suite, Skills Quarter Support Area, and THINK Lab.

Woolworths, 33 High Street, Margate, England. This store opened in 1925 and closed in 2009. It remained empty until 2019, when there were plans to turn it into a cafe, exhibition space, and co-working spaces on the ground floor.

The new UCD Moore Centre for Business will open September 2019, and will feature interactive learning, extensive co-working zones, and a 320-seat lecture theatre.

 

The facility, under construction next to the UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business at Belfield, will also include an Entrepreneurship and Innovation Hub, Media Suite, Skills Quarter Support Area, and THINK Lab.

  

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This is the result of what they call 'co-working': my son made a magnetic piece of art, I took the picture :-)

[Every day one more image rescued from the archives]

 

The stairwell:

Why am I photographing a stairwell you might ask. Well, because it's a very cool stairwell. This is one of Saigon's super trendy Cafe Apartments. I had mistakenly identified it as 42 Nguyen Hue (Walking Street) which is also a great place to explore. This one is actually 14 Ton That Dam in District one. These old apartment buildings have been taken over by hipster entrepreneurs and re-purposed into eclectic communities of tiny shops, cafés and co-working spaces. This dim stairwell with its cool natural light filtering through dirty windows is worth the climb.

This was the second section of NSGVC which I guess got split at Pueblo on account of tonnage limits?

 

While we were ogling the makeover of Warehouse 30’s old storage facilities on Charoenkrung, local design firm PIA Interior went and did the same over on the Khlong San side of the river.

 

Lhong 1919 has reclaimed a group of old warehouses and a Chinese shrine dating back to King Rama IV (1851-1868) for its 6,800 sq meters of co-working space, eateries and art and design shops spotlighting the work of young artists.

 

The riverfront mixed-used project is a new destination for Bangkokians hankering for an outdoor venue at which to spend money on design products from eight locally-owned shops.

 

The brand lineup ensures that this will be a favorite shopping destination of moneyed hipsters. Zettino provides men’s leather goods, Hummingbird sells beautifully decorated plants, and Studio is showcasing Chinese design-inflected furniture.

 

Not in the mood to shop? Iberry’s new restaurant Rong Si serves up Thai standards, as does Thai cafe and restaurant Ploenwan Panich’s new branch. Karmakamet’s also has an eatery here.

 

FYI, the public pier on the riverside is not officially opened so visits require some trip planning. Try taking the river-crossing boat from Si Phraya pier to Klongsan pier and walking along Soi Wat Thong Thammachart.

the UCD College of Business is undergoing a €20m expansion to help grow its facilities to better prepare students for ever-changing work environments. This part of the €65m investment to develop the UCD College of Business strategy announced in 2016.

 

The new UCD Moore Centre for Business will open September 2019, and will feature interactive learning, extensive co-working zones, and a 320-seat lecture theatre.

 

The facility, under construction next to the UCD Lochlann Quinn School of Business at Belfield, will also include an Entrepreneurship and Innovation Hub, Media Suite, Skills Quarter Support Area, and THINK Lab.

  

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Original Caption: Employee of the B.F. Goodrich Co., Working on Magnetic Door Seals for Various Brands of Refrigerators. The Firm Employs 184 People Which Makes It the Third Largest Employer in the Town behind 3m Co.(Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing) with 1,377 Employees and Kraft Foods with 487. New Ulm Is a County Seat Trading Center of 13,000 in a Farming Area of South Central Minnesota Founded in 1854 by a German Immigrant Land Company.

 

U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-15928

 

Photographer: Schulke, Flip, 1930-2008

 

Subjects:

New Ulm (Brown county, Minnesota, United States) inhabited place

Environmental Protection Agency

Project DOCUMERICA

 

Persistent URL: arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=558378

 

Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD, 20740-6001.

 

For information about ordering reproductions of photographs held by the Still Picture Unit, visit: www.archives.gov/research/order/still-pictures.html

 

Reproductions may be ordered via an independent vendor. NARA maintains a list of vendors at www.archives.gov/research/order/vendors-photos-maps-dc.html

   

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While we were ogling the makeover of Warehouse 30’s old storage facilities on Charoenkrung, local design firm PIA Interior went and did the same over on the Khlong San side of the river.

 

Lhong 1919 has reclaimed a group of old warehouses and a Chinese shrine dating back to King Rama IV (1851-1868) for its 6,800 sq meters of co-working space, eateries and art and design shops spotlighting the work of young artists.

 

The riverfront mixed-used project is a new destination for Bangkokians hankering for an outdoor venue at which to spend money on design products from eight locally-owned shops.

 

The brand lineup ensures that this will be a favorite shopping destination of moneyed hipsters. Zettino provides men’s leather goods, Hummingbird sells beautifully decorated plants, and Studio is showcasing Chinese design-inflected furniture.

 

Not in the mood to shop? Iberry’s new restaurant Rong Si serves up Thai standards, as does Thai cafe and restaurant Ploenwan Panich’s new branch. Karmakamet’s also has an eatery here.

 

FYI, the public pier on the riverside is not officially opened so visits require some trip planning. Try taking the river-crossing boat from Si Phraya pier to Klongsan pier and walking along Soi Wat Thong Thammachart.

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