tinyhousedarling:

The Oasis

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For Sale: $39,400
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tinyhousedarling:

The Oasis

http://tinyhouselistings.com/the-oasis/

For Sale: $39,400
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tinyhousedarling:

The Oasis

http://tinyhouselistings.com/the-oasis/

For Sale: $39,400
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tinyhousedarling:

The Oasis

http://tinyhouselistings.com/the-oasis/

For Sale: $39,400
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tinyhousedarling:

The Oasis

http://tinyhouselistings.com/the-oasis/

For Sale: $39,400
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mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.
Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared. Don’t be me.
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mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.
Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared. Don’t be me.
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mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.
Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared. Don’t be me.
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mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.
Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared. Don’t be me.
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mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.
Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared. Don’t be me.
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mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.
Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared. Don’t be me.
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mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.
Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared. Don’t be me.
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mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.
Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared. Don’t be me.
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mxtori:

businessinsider:

7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.

Click here to find out why these questions help you.

This is so important!

I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared.

Don’t be me.

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Source: businessinsider

humoristics:

Well this ruined spongebob for me

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"EA Access" Lets You Play Some Of EA’s Best For A Monthly Subscription

populationgo:

EA is testing out a Netflix-like service that will let Xbox One owners pay a monthly fee to play some of the publisher’s best games anytime.

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Source: populationgo

gamingartandlove:

So uh, I haven’t seen this on my dash, but check out this kickstarter!
They’re waterballoons that SELF TIE, make a HUNDRED at a time, AND AND they’re biodegradablee!! Seriously why isn’t this all over my dash yet??
They’ve already reached WAY over their goal, but you can still get some early bird deliveries for an early start of the water balloon madness!
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gamingartandlove:

So uh, I haven’t seen this on my dash, but check out this kickstarter!
They’re waterballoons that SELF TIE, make a HUNDRED at a time, AND AND they’re biodegradablee!! Seriously why isn’t this all over my dash yet??
They’ve already reached WAY over their goal, but you can still get some early bird deliveries for an early start of the water balloon madness!
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gamingartandlove:

So uh, I haven’t seen this on my dash, but check out this kickstarter!
They’re waterballoons that SELF TIE, make a HUNDRED at a time, AND AND they’re biodegradablee!! Seriously why isn’t this all over my dash yet??
They’ve already reached WAY over their goal, but you can still get some early bird deliveries for an early start of the water balloon madness!
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gamingartandlove:

So uh, I haven’t seen this on my dash, but check out this kickstarter!

They’re waterballoons that SELF TIE, make a HUNDRED at a time, AND AND they’re biodegradablee!! Seriously why isn’t this all over my dash yet??

They’ve already reached WAY over their goal, but you can still get some early bird deliveries for an early start of the water balloon madness!

(via tinyhousedarling)

Source: gamingartandlove

gamefreaksnz:

Total War: Shogun II arrives on Mac this monthFeral Interactive have announced that the celebrated strategy game Total War: SHOGUN 2 will be released for Mac on July 31.
View intro trailer here.
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gamefreaksnz:

Total War: Shogun II arrives on Mac this monthFeral Interactive have announced that the celebrated strategy game Total War: SHOGUN 2 will be released for Mac on July 31.
View intro trailer here.
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gamefreaksnz:

Total War: Shogun II arrives on Mac this monthFeral Interactive have announced that the celebrated strategy game Total War: SHOGUN 2 will be released for Mac on July 31.
View intro trailer here.
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gamefreaksnz:

Total War: Shogun II arrives on Mac this monthFeral Interactive have announced that the celebrated strategy game Total War: SHOGUN 2 will be released for Mac on July 31.
View intro trailer here.
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gamefreaksnz:

Total War: Shogun II arrives on Mac this month

Feral Interactive have announced that the celebrated strategy game Total War: SHOGUN 2 will be released for Mac on July 31.

View intro trailer here.

Source: gamefreaksnz

plantsrooms:

藤本寿徳+俵博紀が設計した広島県府中町の住宅”宮の町の家”です。"House in Miya-no-machi" in Hiroshima by Fujimoto + Tawara
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plantsrooms:

藤本寿徳+俵博紀が設計した広島県府中町の住宅”宮の町の家”です。
"House in Miya-no-machi" in Hiroshima by Fujimoto + Tawara

Source: architecturephoto.net

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lauriejuspeczyk:

im lAUGHING SO HARD BECAUSE LOOK AT HOW HARD MARIO IS TRYING TO STEAL THE SPOTLIGHT IN THE BACK

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smallandtinyhomeideas:

via Wired | hat tip Architizer
Unlike traditional low-cost, temporary disaster relief shelters, Binishells are intended to be permanent fixtures. The technique is speedy and, according to Bini, costs start at just $3,500. A cluster of Binishells might look like a sci-fi film set, but the materials to build one could be found on any job site. “Aside from some special additives, our concrete mix can be sourced locally almost anywhere,” says Nicoló Bini. 
Binishells were pioneered by Dr. Dante Bini, Nicoló’s father, and the first Binishell, which popped up in 1964, is still standing. All told, over 1,600 Binishells have been built in 23 countries across the globe, including gymnasium-sized shells 120 feet in diameter and tiny bubble-shaped bungalows in the developing world. “Binishells have survived even extreme environments—such as the lava, ash and constant earthquakes on Mount Etna—for almost 50 years,” says Nicoló. The younger Bini is reviving the technique as a way to provide low-cost housing for refugees and displaced people, but believes Binishells could be used and to fabricate schools, military bases, sports stadiums and generally provide architects with a cost-effective way to explore convex construction.
I recommend this vintage mini doc about Binishells if only for the the soundtrack.
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smallandtinyhomeideas:

via Wired | hat tip Architizer
Unlike traditional low-cost, temporary disaster relief shelters, Binishells are intended to be permanent fixtures. The technique is speedy and, according to Bini, costs start at just $3,500. A cluster of Binishells might look like a sci-fi film set, but the materials to build one could be found on any job site. “Aside from some special additives, our concrete mix can be sourced locally almost anywhere,” says Nicoló Bini. 
Binishells were pioneered by Dr. Dante Bini, Nicoló’s father, and the first Binishell, which popped up in 1964, is still standing. All told, over 1,600 Binishells have been built in 23 countries across the globe, including gymnasium-sized shells 120 feet in diameter and tiny bubble-shaped bungalows in the developing world. “Binishells have survived even extreme environments—such as the lava, ash and constant earthquakes on Mount Etna—for almost 50 years,” says Nicoló. The younger Bini is reviving the technique as a way to provide low-cost housing for refugees and displaced people, but believes Binishells could be used and to fabricate schools, military bases, sports stadiums and generally provide architects with a cost-effective way to explore convex construction.
I recommend this vintage mini doc about Binishells if only for the the soundtrack.
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smallandtinyhomeideas:

via Wired | hat tip Architizer
Unlike traditional low-cost, temporary disaster relief shelters, Binishells are intended to be permanent fixtures. The technique is speedy and, according to Bini, costs start at just $3,500. A cluster of Binishells might look like a sci-fi film set, but the materials to build one could be found on any job site. “Aside from some special additives, our concrete mix can be sourced locally almost anywhere,” says Nicoló Bini. 
Binishells were pioneered by Dr. Dante Bini, Nicoló’s father, and the first Binishell, which popped up in 1964, is still standing. All told, over 1,600 Binishells have been built in 23 countries across the globe, including gymnasium-sized shells 120 feet in diameter and tiny bubble-shaped bungalows in the developing world. “Binishells have survived even extreme environments—such as the lava, ash and constant earthquakes on Mount Etna—for almost 50 years,” says Nicoló. The younger Bini is reviving the technique as a way to provide low-cost housing for refugees and displaced people, but believes Binishells could be used and to fabricate schools, military bases, sports stadiums and generally provide architects with a cost-effective way to explore convex construction.
I recommend this vintage mini doc about Binishells if only for the the soundtrack.
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smallandtinyhomeideas:

via Wired | hat tip Architizer
Unlike traditional low-cost, temporary disaster relief shelters, Binishells are intended to be permanent fixtures. The technique is speedy and, according to Bini, costs start at just $3,500. A cluster of Binishells might look like a sci-fi film set, but the materials to build one could be found on any job site. “Aside from some special additives, our concrete mix can be sourced locally almost anywhere,” says Nicoló Bini. 
Binishells were pioneered by Dr. Dante Bini, Nicoló’s father, and the first Binishell, which popped up in 1964, is still standing. All told, over 1,600 Binishells have been built in 23 countries across the globe, including gymnasium-sized shells 120 feet in diameter and tiny bubble-shaped bungalows in the developing world. “Binishells have survived even extreme environments—such as the lava, ash and constant earthquakes on Mount Etna—for almost 50 years,” says Nicoló. The younger Bini is reviving the technique as a way to provide low-cost housing for refugees and displaced people, but believes Binishells could be used and to fabricate schools, military bases, sports stadiums and generally provide architects with a cost-effective way to explore convex construction.
I recommend this vintage mini doc about Binishells if only for the the soundtrack.
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smallandtinyhomeideas:

via Wired | hat tip Architizer
Unlike traditional low-cost, temporary disaster relief shelters, Binishells are intended to be permanent fixtures. The technique is speedy and, according to Bini, costs start at just $3,500. A cluster of Binishells might look like a sci-fi film set, but the materials to build one could be found on any job site. “Aside from some special additives, our concrete mix can be sourced locally almost anywhere,” says Nicoló Bini. 
Binishells were pioneered by Dr. Dante Bini, Nicoló’s father, and the first Binishell, which popped up in 1964, is still standing. All told, over 1,600 Binishells have been built in 23 countries across the globe, including gymnasium-sized shells 120 feet in diameter and tiny bubble-shaped bungalows in the developing world. “Binishells have survived even extreme environments—such as the lava, ash and constant earthquakes on Mount Etna—for almost 50 years,” says Nicoló. The younger Bini is reviving the technique as a way to provide low-cost housing for refugees and displaced people, but believes Binishells could be used and to fabricate schools, military bases, sports stadiums and generally provide architects with a cost-effective way to explore convex construction.
I recommend this vintage mini doc about Binishells if only for the the soundtrack.
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smallandtinyhomeideas:

via Wired | hat tip Architizer

Unlike traditional low-cost, temporary disaster relief shelters, Binishells are intended to be permanent fixtures. The technique is speedy and, according to Bini, costs start at just $3,500. A cluster of Binishells might look like a sci-fi film set, but the materials to build one could be found on any job site. “Aside from some special additives, our concrete mix can be sourced locally almost anywhere,” says Nicoló Bini

Binishells were pioneered by Dr. Dante Bini, Nicoló’s father, and the first Binishell, which popped up in 1964, is still standing. All told, over 1,600 Binishells have been built in 23 countries across the globe, including gymnasium-sized shells 120 feet in diameter and tiny bubble-shaped bungalows in the developing world. “Binishells have survived even extreme environments—such as the lava, ash and constant earthquakes on Mount Etna—for almost 50 years,” says Nicoló. The younger Bini is reviving the technique as a way to provide low-cost housing for refugees and displaced people, but believes Binishells could be used and to fabricate schools, military bases, sports stadiums and generally provide architects with a cost-effective way to explore convex construction.

I recommend this vintage mini doc about Binishells if only for the the soundtrack.

(via tinyhousedarling)

Source: Wired

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