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Colors or architecture?

We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us” — Winston Churchill

The so-called Golden-temple. Takaosanguchi, Kanagawa, Japan. Michele Marcolin ©

If it is really so, we are pretty much f***ed!

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New York Lights

A Day in New York: Part 3

We walked a few blocks from Grand Central Terminal to the Empire State Building. It was already dark when we arrived. 118 more words

Travel

Enriched from Enghien

And what a lovely day it was!

When we first arrived in Enghien, Roger nor I found too much of anything. We came upon a large but short, stone gate. 386 more words

Adventures

I think it’s appropriate to introduce the series of articles I’m going to publish about the psychology of the work environment, presenting one of his key concepts: the built environment.

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The Roman Colosseum and a School Project

The Roman Colosseum is one of the Seven Wonders of the world and exalted to be one of the most lofty structures ever built. When I was at school, as a part of a history project, I had resolved to build a model of the Colosseum which back then was another historical monument I had to mug up about. 397 more words

World

The Church at Samazan

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