Nadia Kiblisky

Nadia Kiblisky

Nadia Kiblisky
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Light Form, Francesca Rogers et Danièle Gualeni.

Light Form, Designed by Francesca Rogers in cooperation with Daniele Gualeni Design Studio for ILIDE – Italian Light Design. Interactive, modular lighting system inspired by origami

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Beautiful artistic wall of light panels. Looks like movable felt squares that can be tilted to catch the light and make new patterns.

Joaquim Tenreiro, Brazil, 1950s  Accordion folding screen in jacaranda.

For inspiration - A Joaquim Tenreiro, Brazil, Accordion folding screen in jacaranda. A screen can be used behind a sofa to delineate the sitting room space from the dining room

If this wall were a floor, it might be a nightmare to sweep and keep clean. Why? Because of the natural pores that are commonly found in travertine. However, turning raw travertine into a smooth surface is "easy peasy": https://www.lustroitaliano.com/stone-filler-adhesive-s/1873.htm

Slate Veneer tiles and Natural Stone cladding, light weight, ultra thin flexible and Natural Stone finish. Cladding for all interior and exterior uses.

The word is out on Roy Choi's rooftop greenhouse restaurant Commissary...  http://www.we-heart.com/2015/04/01/commissary-los-angeles-line-hotel/

Choi, along with his executive chef Diego Echavarria, has designed the place to be centred around a super-flexible menu that caters for every kind of niche diet from the most restrictive to the devil-may-care red meat eaters.

With a cornucopia of new ag startups, from rooftop greenhouses to high-tech vertical farms, the city's growing agriculture movement is looking to...

With a cornucopia of new ag startups, from rooftop greenhouses to high-tech vertical farms, the city’s growing agriculture movement is looking to deliver fresh produce even in the coldest Chicago winter.