• The Manhattan Transformation
    @the_manhattan_transformation
    In retail as in real estate, its all about location. For American Apparel honcho Michael Pozner, the only place to work is at home. Making a tiny New York city apartment double as his office, it turns out, was no small feat.
  • Sell My House Fast Miami
    @sellmyhousefastmiami
    We are Miami-Dade County’s #1 trusted cash home buyers of ugly and pretty houses. Sell Your House Fast as-as in any condition, no matter where in Miami or surrounding areas. We take pride in being different from other cash house buyers because we provide multiple selling solutions to buy your home, instead of just one, like most other sell my house fast Miami companies do. Call us 786-364-3694 or just visit our website and fill out the form to get in touch with us. It’s worth the small effort. You could be debt free in less than a week. http://www.nwfhb.com/sell-my-house-fast-miami/
  • Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
    @ludwigmiesvanderrohe
    Without Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969), there would not have be the International Style we know today as the impetus for mid-century modernism. Born in Aachen, Germany, Mies (who was born Ludwig Mies and adopted his mother's maiden name, Rohe, in 1921) worked, in his early years, in the office of Peter Behrens, which employed Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, Hans Meyer, and Peter Grossman at the same time as well. Inspired by the work of Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Mies lay his first monumental foundations in the early 1920s with an office building and skyscraper in Berlin (though, of course, they could have been placed anywhere), both sheathed in glass. His 1929 Barcelona Pavilion--from which also comes the Barcelona chair produced by Knoll--became iconic of the International Style and its use of modern materials (like glass, steel, and, here, marble and travertine) meant for any and all locations. Like many German modernists, Mies immigrated to the United States during the Nazi reign and found his home in Chicago. In the U.S., he created American masterpieces like the S.R. Crown Hall at the Illinois Institute of Technology, the Seagram Building in New York, and the Farnsworth House, just outside of Chicago. Though he passed away in 1969, his legend, like his influence, continues to live loudly.
  • Minerva My
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  • my protein
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