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Zadia, Philippines

How to Bring Nature to Live with You

Would you rather lounge in your own balcony and sing out to a vista of grass and trees or spend those same hours in the middle of a bad traffic snarl? Many people dream of packing up and relocating to the countryside with lots of open space and fresh air, without leaving it all behind. […]

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The Rising Chair Blossoms from Grid-Like Wooden Strands

Created by Dutch designer Robert van Embricqs, the Rising Chair has been created using beam-like wood strands, forming a grid-like pattern that emerges into what seems like a complex flower petal.

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Luxury Real Estate News: 28 April 2010 Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine

In the 28 April 2010 edition of luxury real estate news from Marquette Turner Luxury Homes, there’s a quirky campaign to stomp-out litterbugs in Brisbane, a look at how international real estate markets fared in 2009 and where opportunities now lie, plus we feature the $5 million Pearl Carpet of Baroda. There’s also luxury homes in South Florida and Thailand, our weekly synopsis of global news headlines, plus we show the work of award-winning architect Noel Robinson and a San Francisco Bay Area perspective on the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day.

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Earth Day 40th Anniversary – A San Francisco Bay Area Perspective

International real estate adventurer and our good friend, Jim Walberg, lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area, and in this article he speaks about what the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day means to his community. After decades of focusing our world’s awareness about environmental issues that ALL of us experience each day, has now created a modern 21st century world that understands how we treat our environment is not a dress rehearsal.

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