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Incredible Shots of the Exotic Peacock Spider - My Modern Metropolis

Incredible Shots of the Exotic Peacock Spider - My Modern Metropolis | FASHION & LIFESTYLE! | Scoop.it
On a walk around the bush in Australia, entomologist Jurgen Otto came across a tiny insect he'd never come in contact with before—the Peacock Spider. The scie…

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Barbara Hart Radisavljevic's curator insight, January 5, 2013 12:14 AM

It's hard to believe some creative person did not design this spider and photoshop it into place. It looks almost like a piece of jewelry. 

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Cardeto Park in Ancona, walking between history and nature

Cardeto Park in Ancona, walking between history and nature | FASHION & LIFESTYLE! | Scoop.it

High up above the sea there is Cardeto Park, a large area of about 35 hectares close to the centre of the city; it is the largest Ancona urban park and a very precious green reserve. You will find some spots of historical value such as the Diffused Urban Museum, the Jewish Graveyard, the English Graveyard, the St Paul Bastion belonging to the ‘500 century, the Powder Magazine Castelfidardo, the Cardeto Fort, the Old Lighthouse and the ex-barracks Villarey, actually centre of the university of Trade and Economy. All that deepened into a natural environment of particular interest and extraordinary panoramic spots above the high coast, the cliff and the city.

 

http://www.parcodelcardeto.it 


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Prefab Connected to the Land: House for Gudrun, Austria

Prefab Connected to the Land: House for Gudrun, Austria | FASHION & LIFESTYLE! | Scoop.it

With a tight budget, focusing on the most necessary in terms of floor space and construction was essential for this residential project in Austria. The result is a two-room-apartment of prefabricated timber elements on a concrete foundation.

A large living space, two small bedrooms and the entrance are organized around a central core containing the bathroom and technical installations. Four large openings create unique views into the surrounding landscape. According to their orientation – private or public, varying in size and position, with or without parapet, each deeply cut opening has its own characteristic.

A large window to the west offering an idyllic view of the landscape and an entrance leading to the neighbors and outdoors. Sitting on the wooden terrace, the homeowner finds peace and nature, receiving regular visits of neighbors and even those from local rabbits, foxes and deer...


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