The Bartlett School of Architecture Year 1 has, like in previous years, made a series of film about the students experiences during their year 1 at the Bartlett.
The Bartlett’s BSc degree program aims to develop a creative, diverse and rigorous approach to architecture and design from the outset. Year 1 is centered on the design studio and is taught to the year as a whole. S
You may remember the last time I had anything to say about the tile floor in the master bathroom it was something along the lines of, this floor makes me want to pull out fistfuls of my own hair and throw screwdrivers at my boyfriend (one of those things may actually have occurred) except you wouldnt have understood that since I was screaming unintelligibly the whole time.
And while it might have been looking good from afar
Hiding through that doorway was this
And I know the title of this website is DIY Diva but lets be clear that on some days thats a question rather than a statement.
Although you dream about how your log or timber home will look when you first walk through the door, price is still an important factor for most people looking to build a custom home. If you are not familiar with how the wood home industry pricing systems differ from company to company your initial interactions can be frustrating. You may end up with price quotes that range from $25,000 to over a million dollars. How do you know what your quote is for and that the price is fair? Traditionally, when comparing the value of constructing one home to another, prospective home builders will ask about cost per square foot. Although this is a good baseline comparison, the way a home’s square footage is configured can have a dramatic effect on the overall cost. F
Renovating an old, heritage log cabin, DIY style (and inexpensively), isn’t really something I had on my bucket list. Nor did I ever think I’d ever even live in one. But in 2008 when I decided to pack up my son and finally leave the city to pursue my dreams of rural self-sufficient living, our old cabin was sitting there, waiting for us – and almost begging to be brought into the 21st century.
In case you haven’t read the story of our little cabin in the woods, it’s essentially this: back in the mid-to-late 1990s, my dad found an old homesteader’s cabin while exploring the woods adjoining a piece of our family’s property and I was lucky enough to be able to buy it (or what was left of it) and have my dad step in to restore in 1998/1999. At that time, it really was just a cabin, with a roughed in kitchen and no indoor plumbing.
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When I was in NYC a couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of staying at the Ace Hotel, a boutique hotel in NYC. I loved every element of this hotel and highly recommend staying there anytime you are up in NYC. The customer service is incredible and the staff is so down to earth. I thought to myself – Is this really possible?! One of our client’s also stays at Ace Hotel when he travels up to NYC for work.
At the laptop bar (not pictured above) – the tech savvy generation can plug their computers conveniently into a power strip, answer emails all while drinking a cocktail. This bar is