Top Trend of 2018: Friendly co-working

Co-working spaces aren’t about working anymore: in the age of millennial loneliness, they’re mostly about finding one’s social niche. Source: Top Trend of 2018: Friendly co-working

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The 4,000-year-old history of New Year’s resolutions and how they became big business

It’s that time again. People turning over a new leaf and pledging to be fitter, more productive, and overall better versions of themselves are gunning their mental engines for the start of 2019. This despite the fact that more than a quarter (27%) have left off trying by the first week of the new year … Continue reading The 4,000-year-old history of New Year’s resolutions and how they became big business

10 architecture breakthroughs you might have missed in 2018

From a floating university to a network of black female architects, Phineas Harper offers an alternative guide to the year's most important happenings in architecture. A barrage of "top 10" articles come out at the end of every year, trumpeting the best films, plays, exhibitions and so on of the previous 12 months. Source: 10 … Continue reading 10 architecture breakthroughs you might have missed in 2018

14 Products And Practices To Kick Your Best Life Into Gear For 2019

Living our best lives can take form in a multitude of practices that differ from person to person — and regardless of what our varying aspirations may be, each year we line up new resolutions in place of the old to maintain this ideal homeostasis. Source: 14 Products And Practices To Kick Your Best Life … Continue reading 14 Products And Practices To Kick Your Best Life Into Gear For 2019

Digital Photography: Too Close for Comfort Series

Digital Photography: Too Close for Comfort Series AoiroStudio Jan 24, 2017 We would like to share the work from Jeanette Hägglund and her series called: Too Close for Comfort . It’s a stunning take of digital photography with architecture where there’s a style and tone expressed by Jeanette. Source: Digital Photography: Too Close for Comfort … Continue reading Digital Photography: Too Close for Comfort Series