Everything you need to know about the Supersalone design fair in Milan

So what’s in store? First of all, alongside traditional B2B events, this Show will also offer B2C meetings, open every day not only to professionals but also to the general public and non-professionals. The aim is to avoid being a purely commercial event, but rather to promote original crosses, openings, …

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Adams Voters Allow Cannabis Cultivation In Industrial Estate At City Annual Meeting | New

ADAMS – A point that sparked minimal debate at Monday’s annual municipal meeting, adding marijuana cultivation to the permitted uses in the industrial park area, passed by 92 to 9 votes. The outdoor evening meeting was held at Bowe Field due to the pandemic. It was 90 degrees when the …

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EF-3 tornado tears southwestern suburbs apart, leaving trail of destruction

A confirmed EF-3 tornado swept through the southwestern suburbs overnight, with Naperville and Woodridge taking the brunt of the damage. The destruction caused by the twister – estimated to be about three blocks wide while covering a radius of three miles – left overturned cars, uprooted trees, downed power lines …

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Attorney General Steve Marshall Warns Storm Victims of Home Repair Fraud and Price Hikes

MONTGOMERY, Alabama – In the aftermath of Tropical Storm Claudette, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall has warned customers to beware of potential scams, fraud and price hikes when cleaning, repairing and reconstruction of the damage after the storm. The tropical storm caused extensive damage on Saturday in several counties in …

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Two EZVIZ products win Red Dot Awards for innovative, user-centric designs suitable for modern smart homes

As a technology-driven but user-centric brand, EZVIZ seeks to bridge the gap between high-end technologies and everyday life through efficient designs. Winning the Red Dot Awards reflects EZVIZ’s leadership in this innovative path. As one of the world’s most prestigious and important design competitions, the Red Dot only rewards products …

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300 West 30th Street envelope progresses in Chelsea, Manhattan

Installation of the curtain wall is progressing at 300 West 30th Street, a 16-story residential building in Chelsea. Designed by Studio C Architects and developed by Hiwin USA, the property is located on the corner of West 30th Street and Eighth Avenue, a short walk from Madison Square Garden, Penn …

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Australia is experiencing real estate boom, but builders struggle to get the lumber to make them

Andrew Clements wishes his farm business could produce more farms to keep up with Australia’s insatiable appetite for building materials, but he just can’t get enough wood due to a “perfect storm” that shakes up the construction industry. Key points: Global competition for building materials has driven up the cost …

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dive into aquascaping, the art of architecture and underwater landscape design

when it comes to the art and architecture of a landscape, parks, squares and even pastures can come to mind. yet there is a discipline dedicated to a whole different type of landscape – one that lives in underwater spaces – and it’s called aquascaping. this art of creating an …

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House hunter stumbles upon an ordinary-looking house with a prison in the basement

A woman browsing property listings online was stunned after stumbling upon an ordinary-looking house with a terrifying prison in the basement. TikTok user @Angelikaisanerd found a property in Vermont, US that was listed for just over £ 100,000 ($ 150,000), consisting of four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The listing online …

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Wood is very expensive now. Even the prices of picnic tables explode | Business

The cost of a common good has clouded summer plans, and it’s not gasoline: soaring lumber prices are making new homes, renovations, and even simple picnic tables considerably more expensive . Sometimes bills come in thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars above the estimate. In the most extreme …

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