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Why THE VETERAN AMERICAN DESIGNER’S FOURTH COLLECTION WITH BAKER FURNITURE MARKS THEIR
After working for 30 years as an interior designer, Thomas Pheasant bemoans that perfection is a constantly distant goal. The pursuit of classical beauty continues to guide him, but «perfection is now a motivation rather than a destination for me,» he says. While much of his time these days is spent coordinating his team of architects and designers on residential projects, his latest Classical Evolution range for Baker Furniture is more intimate. «It’s really just me, privately, with my sketchpad,» he says.
Continuing their decade-long collaboration, this recent
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THE VETERAN AMERICAN DESIGNER’S FOURTH COLLECTION WITH BAKER FURNITURE MARKS THEIR DECADE-LONG COLLABORATION what gets him out of bed in the morning «THE PURSUIT OF PERFECTION.»
After working for 30 years as an interior designer. Thomas Pheasant bemoans that perfection is a constantly distant goal. The pursuit of classical beauty continues to guide him, but «perfection is now a motivation rather than a destination for me,» he says. While much of his time these days is spent coordinating his team of architects and designers on residential projects, his latest Classical Evolution range for Baker Furniture is more intimate. «It’s really
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In the UK there was an early ethnic apartheid. Genetics support the view of historians.
Anglo-Saxons came from the continent, at the expense of ethnic segregation and limitations of mixed marriages, were able to genetically displace indigenous islanders (the Britons) and that is why today the British genetically generally have German roots. This conclusion was made by Mark Thomas (Mark Thomas) and his colleagues at University College London (University College London).
Earlier genetic studies have shown that common genetic "profile" of modern British statistically somewhere between 50% and 100% Y-chromosome (inherited, respectively, in the male line) — German origin.
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Imagine a crowd of refugees, fleeing from environmental apocalypse, cross the border … So what, that's okay, says geographer David Thomas of the University of Oxford (UK).
At the London conference Planet Under Pressure, he said that "environmental migrants" — a part of the solutions to the problems that will result from climate change.
With "climate refugees" (a process already begun) associated with a number of myths. They say they are illegal immigrants. In fact, 80% of environmental migrants move within their country's borders. Say, where life becomes more difficult, all removed from their homes. In fact, the majority remains.
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Sunny, the temperature of +26-28 C
Do not pass:
In Minsk, in the office of the UCP will be a press conference by the organizers on August 16, concerning the disappearance of more than 10 years ago, Belarusian politicians Viktor Gonchar and Yuri Zakharenko and Krasovsky and journalist Dmitry Zavadsky.
ALSO THIS DAY:
1399: The Battle of the Vorskla River, ON troops smashed the Golden Horde.
1794: Surrender of Vilnius before the Russian troops.
1851: Isaac Singer was granted a patent for an invention sewing machine.
1953: The Soviet Union conducted its first test of a hydrogen
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Brian Thomas (Brian Thomas) from the University of Kansas (University of Kansas), together with scientists from NASA believes that the presence of ozone in the atmosphere of other planets is not conclusive evidence of life on them. This news has complicated the task of hunting for aliens.
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British artist Thomas Sassenbach (Thomas Sassenbach) creates amazing three-dimensional drawings on the garage doors.
In your garage can fit a pair of thoroughbred horses, expensive yacht, a piece of the beach … These dreams and make a reality of the artist Thomas Sassenbach, creating a series of three-dimensional paintings: some of them are associated with Halloween.
The cost of one of the paintings up to 147 pounds. 47-year-old artist explains: "I wanted to bring a sense of humor and style in the garage." These photo-tarpaulins to help diversify
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"The revolutionaries can destroy the idea — never"
In the years 1983-1987 under the title of State of Burkina Faso ("Homeland of honest people," former French Upper Volta) rules president Thomas Sankara. For the first three years in power, the man who received the nickname of "African Che Guevara", the parable truly "has come true."
Needless renaming native country — his idea. In the language of Moore, "Burkina" means "honest people" with the language of Jula "Faso" means "homeland."
Thomas Sankara — Army Captain, paratrooper, former head of the training center in Pau. An intelligent man,
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By parking in Leicester, England, archaeologists have discovered an ancient Roman burial, which has no obvious religious differences. Age burial is estimated at 1700 years.
Find includes many graves and the remains of 13 people — women and men of all ages. According to the archaeologists from the University of Leicester, burial appeared about 300 BC
"Just recently we finished the excavation, and the results are now processed and systematized, so that they may work and others", — said
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Blitz review of events and those in Belarus, a world history.
Temperatures around zero.
Do not miss:
The deadline for those who want to get on 25-27 March in Vilnius on Open Days of the European Humanities University. "Three Days of Yerevan State University" — an opportunity for high school seniors and their parents to attend classes, talk with teachers and students to write an introductory essay, as well as to live in a student dormitory.
The National Council of the United Civic Party will discuss "the case Romanchuk."
THERE WHERE TO NO:
British court will
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