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Flores Furniture Design


flores furniture design
    furniture design
  • Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.
    flores
  • Flores is a private company founded in 1985 on the tradition of a family enterprise founded in 1803, which used to process fruit and produce liquor; wine, as well as other products, until 1952 when it was nationalized.
  • Flores is one of the Lesser Sunda Islands, an island arc with an estimated area of 14,300 km? extending east from the Java island of Indonesia. The population is estimated to be around 1.5 million, and the largest town is Maumere.
  • The largest of the Lesser Sunda Islands in Indonesia
  • Flores is a middle class barrio or district in the centre part of Buenos Aires city, Argentina. Flores was considered a rural area of the Province of Buenos Aires until 1888 when it was integrated to the City.
flores furniture design - Heartfelt HIGH
Heartfelt HIGH QUALITY MUSEUM WRAP CANVAS Print Anna Flores 7x7
Heartfelt HIGH QUALITY MUSEUM WRAP CANVAS Print Anna Flores 7x7
Title: Heartfelt. Artist: Anna Flores. Image Size: 6.78in. x 6.80in. Paper Size: 7.09in. x 7.09in. HIGH QUALITY MUSEUM WRAP CANVAS Print
The Canvas Transfer Process
Producing a canvas transfer is an intensely detailed process, which begins with an art print (ink on paper). Special chemicals are applied which, when dried, form a film that is meticulously separated from the paper and permanently embedded onto a high quality artist canvas. The canvas is then carefully stretched and wrapped around a sturdy, custom-cut inner support frame, called a "stretcher bar".
Ready to Hang "Museum Wrap"
Canvas is wrapped around the stretcher bars and stapled on the back. White canvas will show on the sides and no part of the image is lost during this wrapping process. The stretcher bar on the back of the canvas has a saw-tooth hanger, making it ready to hang on your wall. The canvas texture and non-reflective nature of a canvas transfer allows you to hang them under any lighting conditions.
Durability
Differing from traditional paper art prints, a canvas transfer has a lifespan as long as any original painting or work of art. They can easily be dusted and cleaned with a damp cloth, giving years of use and enjoyment.
Easily Framed
Since there is no need to cover a canvas transfer with glass or to even mat these items, having your canvas transfer framed is easy and cost effective.
SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING MUSEUM WRAPS
If your order contains a border around the main design of the image, it WILL BE cropped off. This will occur if there is a white, black orother colored border around the main image. Any text that appears in the border WILL also be cropped off as well.
Cropping will REDUCE the overall size of the Museum Wrap from the dimensions stated above.
We CANNOT REFUND orders where there is a misunderstanding about this process.
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Jardins del Palau de Pedralbes
Jardins del Palau de Pedralbes
Pergola de Antoni Gaudi. 1884. El Palau te el seu origen a l'antiga masia de Can Feliu, del segle XVII. La finca fou adquirida el 1862 pel comte Eusebi Guell, junt amb la veina Can Cuias de la Riera. Juntes formaren la Finca Guell, de gran extensio (30.000 m?). S'encarrega la reforma de la torre Can Feliu a l'arquitecte Joan Martorell i Montells, que construi un palauet d'aire caribeny, acompanyat d'una capella neogotica i rodejat de magnifics jardins. Mes tard, s'encarrega a Antoni Gaudi la reforma de la casa i la construccio d'un mur de tanca i els pavellons de porteria. Gaudi tambe s'encarrega parcialment del disseny dels jardins de la finca, construint dues fonts i una pergola, i plantant diversos tipus de plantes mediterranies (pins, eucaliptus, palmeres, xiprers i magnolies). Encara subsisteix la Font d'Hercules, restaurada el 1983; conte un bust de l'heroi mitologic grec, sobre una pila amb l'escut de Catalunya i un cano amb forma de drac xines. Detall del recinte d'acces al Palau Reial de Pedralbes. Eusebi Guell cedi la casa i part dels jardins a la Corona, en agraiment pel seu nomenament nobiliari, el 1918. Llavors s'emprengue una nova remodelacio per a convertir-la en Palau Reial (1919-1924), a carrec dels arquitectes Eusebi Bona i Francesc Nebot. El palau esta format per un cos central de quatre plantes, amb una capella a la part posterior, i dues ales laterals de tres plantes que s'obren en corba a la facana principal. La facana exterior es d'estil noucentista amb porxos de columnes toscanes, obertures d'arc de mig punt amb medallons intercalats i gerros coronant la construccio. L'interior conte una diversa barreja d'estils, tant en decoracio com en mobiliari, que van des de l'estil Lluis XIV fins als estils mes contemporanis. Els jardins van ser dissenyats per Nicolau Maria Rubio i Tuduri, a partir d'un projecte que integrava, en un tracat geometric decoratiu, gran part dels arbres ja existents, amb un estany i diversos elements decoratius, com una font obra de Gaudi, bancs de bambu, tres fonts lluminoses obra de Carles Buigas, diverses estatues, com la de la Reina Isabel II mostrant al seu fill Alfons XII que hi ha davant de l'entrada principal del palau, obra d'Agapit Vallmitjana. El 1924 es converti oficialment en Palau Reial pero, al proclamar-se la Republica el 1931, passa a ser propietat de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona, que decidi insta?lar el Museu d'Arts Decoratives, inaugurat el 1932. Durant el regim franquista torna a ser residencia del cap de l'estat. El 1990 s'insta?la el Museu de Ceramica. ------------------------------------ The palace has its origins in the old Masia (mas or farmer's house) de Can Feliu, from the XVII century. The corresponding land was adquired by the count Eusebi Guell, along with the neighbouring Can Cuias de la Riera. Together they formed the Finca Guell, an extensive parcel of land (30,000 m2). The Can Feliu building was remodeled by the architect Joan Martorell i Montells, who built a Caribbean-style small palace, together with a Gothic-style chapel and surrounded by magnificent gardens. Later the building remodeling was given to Antoni Gaudi, together with the construction of a surrounding perimeter wall and the side entry pavilions. Gaudi also partially designed the gardens surrounding the palace, placing two fountains and a pergola and planted many Mediterranean plants like palm trees, cypress trees, magnolias, pine trees and eucalyptus. The Font d'Hercules (Hercules fountain) still exists today on site, restored in 1983; it has a bust of Hercules on top of a pillar with Catalonia's shield and a cannon in the shape of a Chinese dragon. Eusebi Guell gave the house and garden to the Royal family, as a thank you for his noble title of Count given to him, in 1918. The house was then remodeled to become a royal palace. The work was done from 1919 to 1924 by the architects Eusebi Bona and Francesc Nebot. The palace is formed by a central building four stories high, with a chapel on the back side and two three stories high side wings that form a curve with the front facade towards the front. The outside facade is done in the Noucentisme movement style with Tuscan order columns forming two porches, with round arches and medallions and jars on the top. The interior of the building is of many styles both in decoration as in furniture, going from Louis XIV style to contemporary styles. The gardens were designed by Nicolau Maria Rubio i Tuduri, from a design that included, in a geometrically decorative area, lots of the trees already present, a pond with many decorative elements, Gaudi's fountain, bamboo benches, three lighted fountains by Carles Buigas, the same designer of the Magic Fountain in Montjuic and many statues such is the one of Queen Isabella II with her son Alfonso XII on the front of the palace, a work of Agapit Vallmitjana. In 1924 it was officially made a royal palace but, with the second Spanish Republic's proclamation in 1931, it became pr
Jardins del Palau de Pedralbes
Jardins del Palau de Pedralbes
Pergola de Antoni Gaudi. 1884 El Palau te el seu origen a l'antiga masia de Can Feliu, del segle XVII. La finca fou adquirida el 1862 pel comte Eusebi Guell, junt amb la veina Can Cuias de la Riera. Juntes formaren la Finca Guell, de gran extensio (30.000 m?). S'encarrega la reforma de la torre Can Feliu a l'arquitecte Joan Martorell i Montells, que construi un palauet d'aire caribeny, acompanyat d'una capella neogotica i rodejat de magnifics jardins. Mes tard, s'encarrega a Antoni Gaudi la reforma de la casa i la construccio d'un mur de tanca i els pavellons de porteria. Gaudi tambe s'encarrega parcialment del disseny dels jardins de la finca, construint dues fonts i una pergola, i plantant diversos tipus de plantes mediterranies (pins, eucaliptus, palmeres, xiprers i magnolies). Encara subsisteix la Font d'Hercules, restaurada el 1983; conte un bust de l'heroi mitologic grec, sobre una pila amb l'escut de Catalunya i un cano amb forma de drac xines. Detall del recinte d'acces al Palau Reial de Pedralbes. Eusebi Guell cedi la casa i part dels jardins a la Corona, en agraiment pel seu nomenament nobiliari, el 1918. Llavors s'emprengue una nova remodelacio per a convertir-la en Palau Reial (1919-1924), a carrec dels arquitectes Eusebi Bona i Francesc Nebot. El palau esta format per un cos central de quatre plantes, amb una capella a la part posterior, i dues ales laterals de tres plantes que s'obren en corba a la facana principal. La facana exterior es d'estil noucentista amb porxos de columnes toscanes, obertures d'arc de mig punt amb medallons intercalats i gerros coronant la construccio. L'interior conte una diversa barreja d'estils, tant en decoracio com en mobiliari, que van des de l'estil Lluis XIV fins als estils mes contemporanis. Els jardins van ser dissenyats per Nicolau Maria Rubio i Tuduri, a partir d'un projecte que integrava, en un tracat geometric decoratiu, gran part dels arbres ja existents, amb un estany i diversos elements decoratius, com una font obra de Gaudi, bancs de bambu, tres fonts lluminoses obra de Carles Buigas, diverses estatues, com la de la Reina Isabel II mostrant al seu fill Alfons XII que hi ha davant de l'entrada principal del palau, obra d'Agapit Vallmitjana. El 1924 es converti oficialment en Palau Reial pero, al proclamar-se la Republica el 1931, passa a ser propietat de l'Ajuntament de Barcelona, que decidi insta?lar el Museu d'Arts Decoratives, inaugurat el 1932. Durant el regim franquista torna a ser residencia del cap de l'estat. El 1990 s'insta?la el Museu de Ceramica. ------------------------------------ The palace has its origins in the old Masia (mas or farmer's house) de Can Feliu, from the XVII century. The corresponding land was adquired by the count Eusebi Guell, along with the neighbouring Can Cuias de la Riera. Together they formed the Finca Guell, an extensive parcel of land (30,000 m2). The Can Feliu building was remodeled by the architect Joan Martorell i Montells, who built a Caribbean-style small palace, together with a Gothic-style chapel and surrounded by magnificent gardens. Later the building remodeling was given to Antoni Gaudi, together with the construction of a surrounding perimeter wall and the side entry pavilions. Gaudi also partially designed the gardens surrounding the palace, placing two fountains and a pergola and planted many Mediterranean plants like palm trees, cypress trees, magnolias, pine trees and eucalyptus. The Font d'Hercules (Hercules fountain) still exists today on site, restored in 1983; it has a bust of Hercules on top of a pillar with Catalonia's shield and a cannon in the shape of a Chinese dragon. Eusebi Guell gave the house and garden to the Royal family, as a thank you for his noble title of Count given to him, in 1918. The house was then remodeled to become a royal palace. The work was done from 1919 to 1924 by the architects Eusebi Bona and Francesc Nebot. The palace is formed by a central building four stories high, with a chapel on the back side and two three stories high side wings that form a curve with the front facade towards the front. The outside facade is done in the Noucentisme movement style with Tuscan order columns forming two porches, with round arches and medallions and jars on the top. The interior of the building is of many styles both in decoration as in furniture, going from Louis XIV style to contemporary styles. The gardens were designed by Nicolau Maria Rubio i Tuduri, from a design that included, in a geometrically decorative area, lots of the trees already present, a pond with many decorative elements, Gaudi's fountain, bamboo benches, three lighted fountains by Carles Buigas, the same designer of the Magic Fountain in Montjuic and many statues such is the one of Queen Isabella II with her son Alfonso XII on the front of the palace, a work of Agapit Vallmitjana. In 1924 it was officially made a royal palace but, with the second Spanish Republic's proclamation in 1931, it became pro

flores furniture design
flores furniture design
Cardboard Book
Cardboard! It's low cost, readily available, familiar, portable, and recyclable, but something that's better than all of those qualities put together is the ease with which it can be used. No special tools or skills are required to cut, bend, fold, stack, glue, or tape it. All you need is a keen sense of imagination. This amazing new book is packed with examples of the ingenious ways architects, designers, artists, and craftspeople have put cardboard to the test and successfully harnessed its amazing qualities of strength and sound absorption. Projects featured include the conversion of a Paris industrial space into a youthful and dynamic office; a collection of do-it-yourself cardboard furniture for kids; and, a flat packed recyclable Christmas tree that comes with an assortment of cardboard decorations. Chapters include Architecture, Interiors, Furniture, Products, Art/Installations, Crafts/Toys and there is an Index of designers and artists.

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