Infographic reveals what flowers mean around your home

Today we came across the following infographic:

SOURCE: https://www.kremp.com/etymology-and-symbolism-of-50-flowers

Immediately, this is something that made us think of the home. After all, flowers are a particularly common theme, but most of us simply opt for what “looks” the best. We don’t for a moment think about the hidden meanings, which is where this infographic stepped into the picture.

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Design and Decor Elements Every Bedroom Needs

Bedrooms provide a bit of personal space for those who reside in a home. They are not only rooms you go to for a good night’s sleep, but for many, a bedroom serves as an escape from the rest of the world. It is where children spend many hours playing, where teens go to hide out from their weird families, and parents go to watch television, read books, and relax after a stressful day.  Continue Reading

Magenn Air Rotor System (MARS)

Wind power continues to be one of the most cost-effective and efficient sources of sustainable energy available. However this simple technology has been perfected over the years and new and improved models continue to emerge. Here is a look at the state of wind power today, from the biggest most ambitious projects to small and humble designs for personal use. Continue Reading

FOLDABLE BOWL by Gowoon Jeong

Foldable Bowl | Gowoon Jeong

FOLDABLE BOWL

‘Tidal Datums’ by Adrien Segal

 

 

‘The body of work titled ‘Tidal Datums’ is the result of my senior thesis project. The collection consists of a variety of objects inspired by the formal language of data graphics, intended to be a representation of analytic information through the medium of furniture. My work process began by gathering data graphs from NOAA’s historic tide database followed by translating the empirical information into tangible materials. The forms modeled from the data not only reveal a dynamic pattern, they facilitate a new way of experiencing information by enabling a physical interaction of tidal patterns with the body.’ Adrien Segal.