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Daytrip to Lacock Over the last few months I’ve been “doing up” my dad’s house ...
A DayLite Window looks like a real window because it is a real window! The only difference between a DayLite Window and the windows in your home is the light source.
Curated by Ignacio García Leñero. Risk it for the biscuit. Product designer 1987 Madrid Based in Madrid INSTAGRAM: @Iglenero
We here and use the term often in real estate. Home owners and home owners to be want it; natural light. People spend a lot of time of their days indoors and if you're anything like me, I love the outdoors, but with cooking, cleaning and other tasks that require me to be inside, I still love to have a feel of the outdoors. My house plants and natural light shinning through the windows helps me do just that. But how is this beautiful thing called natural light beneficial to us and how can it…
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Visible Light: Artist Alexander Harding Reveals Dense Rays of Sunlight Pouring through Windows — Colossal
Connecticut-based artist Alexander Harding created an ongoing series of photographs titled Visible Light that explores light as a primary subject. His photos reveal dense, ethereal rays of sunshine as it passes through windows, bounces off mirrors, and skews through glass objects, where the light beams are so thick it seems like you could cut it with a knife. Harding says he is inspired in part by artist James Turrell, known for his exceptionally large light installations, and who once…
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Fake window manufacturing for basement. Artificial window like IKEA fake window. Faux (false) fake windows for windowless rooms.
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Basement apartments are often a bargain, but are they worth the potential problems with mold and lack of sunlight? Reddit user thatdbeagoodbandname decided that she and her husband would brighten their subterranean dwelling by putting in a lit, false window. And the cost? Just 150 USD!
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Chris Wiley writes about the photographer Lee Friedlander’s images of his wife
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