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Low Budget Showroom Design made of Recycled materials

May 01, 2010 By: Momoy Category: Design Gallery

Vir.mueller architect is the guy behind this showroom interior design, client ask the architect to create a low budget showroom design which made of a timber material and the design must enable people to imagine the many possibilities and phenomena associates with the character of this showroom interior. He also embraced the design argument that [...]

Modern kitchens for traditional cooking

May 19, 2007 By: Momoy Category: Home & Decoration

The fast track life in cities has not only ushered instant food varieties but has also been steadily ushering in the era of readymade kitchens. The architects’ or the builders’ responsibility ends when they provide the four walls of the kitchen with electricity and water supply, the rest of the features can be bought from [...]

Many dogwood types can thrive in our area

April 29, 2007 By: Momoy Category: Flowers, Plants

If you’ve driven south through Illinois, Indiana, or Missouri in March, the wonder of spring flowering trees surely has refreshed your winter soul. Especially resplendent is Flowering Dogwood (Cornus florida), which abounds in Zone 6, one zone south. It grows here, too, but with neither the vigor nor abundance seen in a warmer clime. Dogwood [...]

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State houses become stately homes

April 15, 2007 By: Momoy Category: Home & Decoration

The perimeters are the giveaway. Amid the bustling neighbourhood of townhouses, duplexes, apartments, flats and family homes, it’s odd that the fences are all the same. Pen-like, the 1.2m flimsy aluminium spikes and rails are sufficient to mark property boundaries, but leave an openness for all to see. Backyards, front-yards and side-yards give up privacy [...]

Flower & Patio Show wild and familiar

March 16, 2007 By: Momoy Category: Events, Flowers

The Indiana Flower & Patio Show has grown so progressively over the years that it has taken up all of the available space at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. “So now our focus is on improving the quality of the exhibits at the show — bring in special features that are relevant to gardening, landscaping, floral [...]

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