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college wood furniture
    wood furniture
  • Eco friendly green furniture made of reclaimed wood and recycled teak.
    college
  • An educational institution or establishment, in particular
  • One providing higher education or specialized professional or vocational training
  • (within a university) A school offering a general liberal arts curriculum leading only to a bachelor's degree
  • the body of faculty and students of a college
  • College (Latin: collegium) is a term most often used today in Ireland and the United States to denote a degree-awarding tertiary educational institution and in other English-speaking countries to refer to a secondary school in private educational systems.
  • an institution of higher education created to educate and grant degrees; often a part of a university
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Wood Bed Lifters (Honey Oak) (4.5"D x 4.5"W x 4"H)
Wood Bed Lifters (Honey Oak) (4.5"D x 4.5"W x 4"H)
Finally! More Closet Space! Free up some space in your closet with a set of stacking bed lifters! Bed lifters raise your bed in minutes, giving you a space-efficient storage area, which will in turn leave you more room for clothes in the closet and around the home. These solid wood bed risers can be stacked to give you even more underbed storage space. These bed risers fit casters, square and round bed posts. Please note that, due to the finishes being composed of wood, there may be slight differences in color. One set of blocks will raise your bed 2 3/4" to 3 1/2". Add another set of blocks to gain up to 7" in height! Set of 4. Inner circle measures 3" in diameter and 3/4" deep. .

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Bennington College Bulletin 1959
Bennington College Bulletin 1959
Bennington College Bulletin Volume 28, No. 2, November 1959. In 1959, Bennington College opened the Edward Clark Crossett Library, designed by acclaimed architect Pietro Belluschi. The building was remarkable in that it was utterly modern-light and airy, with exterior lighting that lent the building a luminous nighttime glow-while still acknowledging the College's existing colonial architecture and intimate size. In an article praising the new library, Architectural Forum said: "In trying to bring the library into harmony with its colonial surroundings, the architects used three devices: first, they sited the building so that it fitted naturally into the pattern of rectangular spaces formed by the existing dormitories....Second, they used materials and details that recalled those of existing structures-white painted wood siding, horizontal wood louvers that relate to the clapboard patterns on the campus, vertical finds around the porch that recall colonial pilasters, brick and stone walls and paving that resemble similar details in neighboring structures. And, finally, the architects kept down the scale of the library so as to make it conform to the scale of the dormitories. This was done, partly, by sinking most of the bottom floor into the ground and making the building seem only two stories high, and partly by refining the details of wood trim and siding to maintain interest when the building is seen at close quarters. Bennington's President William Fels said of the new library: 'This is a warm, pleasant building. It doesn't intrude. The campus has gathered around it.' This was high praise indeed, but a leading library expert matched it, saying flatly that 'this is the best undergraduate library of its size in the country.'" Crossett Library went on to win the 1963 Honor Award for library design, given jointly by the American Institute of Architects, the American Library Association and the National Book Committee, Inc.
A tribute to college domestic life
A tribute to college domestic life
This is my classmates' apartment, where you're likely to trip over notes, school supplies, dirty dishes and (at one time) someone's underwear. It could be mistaken for a frat house if there were beer bottles scattered around (or maybe they're just hiding them somewhere). Despite the chaos, the rest of the class goes there to do projects, meet up to go some place, or just look for people to talk to. It's comforting at times to be around all these people, also struggling to finish homework, to cram for exams, trying to survive together. So, I've begun to consider this my home as well. Here's a shot of the common room from the dinner table where there was still space to sit and outline reports, which isn't really used as a dinner table, as you could see.

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