New houses and prestigious design 3LHD Architects. Located in Zagreb, Croatia. Building a new family home is in the form the letter N. City of Zagreb is one of the most prestigious cities, located in Croatia, has been coated with free-standing family home for decades. With a comfortable sculpted in parks and spaces between buildings, it radiates all the wonderful qualities of a pleasant drive housing livable city. The house is situated in a quiet secondary street, perched on the western hills and boasting panoramic views of forest and city fun. New family home for four persons to accommodate modern housing comfort, such as health and fitness room. The house is located on the highest point and the front of the plot, so get a landscape that fit. The design of this house is very relative and compact the environment. Making parking with limited width to expand the building thereby increasing the space for other development.
How does the world of Fashion influence the world of Interiors?
According to Gretchen Aubuchon, Editor in Chief of Fashion + Decor, who recently spoke with industry leaders in both the fashion and the home design fields about this very topic, feels that the worlds of fashion and decor are colliding. She explains where there was once a 5 to 6 year lag from the runway to furniture showrooms, then a couple of years ago we were seeing just a 2 year or 2 season lag, and now both worlds are engaging as the creative minds are joining together with the social media forces.
It seems, according to many, that almost as soon as a collection hits the runway, reporters, photographers and bloggers are sharing these events with their readers and viewers. Through these images that are posted on blogs, websites and across our television screens to the consumer.
Some extreme curves and cavernous spaces make this home in Warsaw, Poland a truly unique sight to behold. The Swing House was designed by architect
Dagmara Obluska, who believes that home should be a place where one feels free to breathe deeply and enjoy every moment of being there.
In keeping with her professional mission, Obluska designed this home in a way that would allow for maximum space and minimal harsh corners. Rather, the home is filled to the rafters with swooping curves, wide open spaces and whimsical but stylish details.
Nearly the entire ground floor of the home is dedicated to a large sitting area.
We know, bibles are not really our thing either… yet, they can be useful to recover alcoholics or to cleverly hide your gadgets. Trust us, we know what we’re talking about.
Now, this is one of the most clever things we saw at CES. It’s an iPad mini case by Japanese brand Ozaki that looks like a Bible. It’s absolutely brilliant!
While men of god would know better than to steal, non-believers would try to stay away from a religious book. It’s pretty much fool proof! … Even if it’s just an update of the old “hide your dirty magazine in a school book” trick…
If you still would like to know about some other security enhancing devices for your gadgets and things, check out Home Security: Fake TV Fools Thieves and Fake Car Stereo will Deter Thieves.
An announcement has been made by Savant Systems LLC declaring that they are going to be presenting a media, automation and control system at CES 2012 in relation to Savants scalable SmartMedia answer, which is aimed at an extensive customer market section. As well as managing security cameras, climate, lighting and more, the adaptable SmartMedia controller is going to be set up to show multi-zone audio, video distribution through the entire NextGen home and Savants ground-breaking on-TV control portal, TrueCommand.
Jim Carroll, General Manager of Residential Business at Savant, reported As automation becomes available to a larger base of consumers, Savant is excited for the opportunity to demonstrate a powerful yet cost effective whole-home control and automation package at CES 2012. We will have our newest and most exciting user interfaces there as well, including the Savant Select remote and our TrueControl(tm) apps for iPad(r), iPhone(r) and iPod touch integration.
From Reliance Protectron
Extreme temperature, flood sensors offer peace of mind
It’s that time of year again where strong winds, snow, ice and extreme cold weather sweeps across the country leaving many Canadians scurrying for the protection and comfort of their warm cozy homes. What many homeowners are now realizing is that it’s also crucial to protect their homes from nature’s elements and the potential problems caused by winters’ deep freeze.
“People are realizing that it’s just as important to protect homes from extreme fluctuations in temperatures as it is protecting homes from criminal activity with their monitored home security systems,” explained Patrice De Luca, vice president of marketing and business development for Reliance Protectron Security Services, a leader in home security services who offer, among their suite of products and services, affordable solutions to help thwart the threat of water damage, and fire due to accidents caused by extreme temperatures.
This is especially true for snowbirds, those who travel for long periods on business or for vacation homes and cottages. “No one wants to be concerned about their home and property while away on business or travel,” added De Luca. “Damage caused by water and excessive temperature fluctuations like an overheated wine cellar or frozen pipes can be serious and expensive. That’s why monitored t