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Sentinel House / Aurelien Chen

Added: 10.04.2021 19:20 | 4 views | 0 comments


This hybrid barn house on a narrow piece of land dialogues in harmony and in contrast with the traditional surroundings. Once upon a time in lived a local fisherman nicknamed “Sentinel”. He observed the sea from the hills towering the village harbor. One century later, his descendants bought a piece of land in , up on a hill and facing the same ocean horizon their ancestor used to gaze at. The project is located on a narrow and irregular piece of land, at the edge of a block and at the entrance of the village. Considering the peculiarity of this location, a traditional compact house would have had a strong impact on the surrounding landscape.

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www.theguardian.com: Fire and pestilence, flood and wind, the personal is political: Trump must go | Robert Reich

Added: 10.04.2021 19:18 | 28 views | 0 comments


Americans face existential challenges. The president has done nothing to help and much to make things worse

    My wife and I have been warned we may need to evacuate our cabin in the hills north of San Francisco, because of .

    Robert Reich, a former US secretary of labor, is professor of public policy at the University of California at Berkeley and the author of and . His new book, , is out now. He is a columnist for Guardian US

    Mystery As Hundreds Of Sex Toys Dangle From Power Lines In Portland, Oregon

    Added: 06.04.2021 18:19 | 25 views | 0 comments


    Someone has been up to no good in Portland recently as passersby are amazed, embarrassed, or just plain amused to see hundreds of sex toys dangling from the power lines. The sex toys, in shades of white and orange, have been hung all over town.
    Making for quite the photo opportunity, the dildos have been hung up on the power lines in pairs, and there are literally hundreds of sex toys on display.

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