HEYBEEYOWCH!
HEYBEEYOWCH!
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"Take time to do what you love . It’s the most important thing. It’s why we are here. You deserve to do what makes you happy."
(via thetaoofdana)
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dollychops:

Versace Venus
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🌴🌴💓🌴🌴
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publicdesignfestival:

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills. 
Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.
publicdesignfestival:

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills. 
Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.
publicdesignfestival:

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills. 
Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.
publicdesignfestival:

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills. 
Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.
publicdesignfestival:

Taking inspiration from the Victorian terrace houses in the London borough of Hackney, the team composed by Julian Bond, Sigrid Bylander, Lucy Paton and Benedetta Rogers have created Sill to Sill, a shop and an info centre for Hackney City Farm made of recycled materials. By engaging the local community, the project wants also to highlight the opportunity of urban farming in window sills. 
Photo by Millie Harvey _ All rights reserved.
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aros:

Fascinating New York triplex with magical roof garden
aros:

Fascinating New York triplex with magical roof garden
aros:

Fascinating New York triplex with magical roof garden
aros:

Fascinating New York triplex with magical roof garden
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liveurlifeandshowurbeauty:

Wanna kiss me ? auf We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/83605486/via/deepocean420
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sharpeningmyaxe:

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