Coconut chia pudding with mango and mint + how to make coconut milk
Is there anyone on the planet who digs chia seeds more than I do? For everything they have, everything they give me and everything they help me create, I love ’em. They’re great sprinkl…
A Very Exciting Announcement - Elle Australia Monthly Food Feature
The time is here. For another exciting announcement. I have been tight lipped about this one for a few months now. Way before I got the cookbook deal. A few months ago I was
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This weekend Sophia and I made a LOT of stained-glass lollipops for her to sell at her next business day. We've made these before and they were a big hit. These would be
AD Classics: Church of the Light / Tadao Ando Architect & Associates
Completed in 1999 in Ibaraki-shi, Japan. In the small town of Ibaraki, 25km outside of Osaka, Japan, stands one of Tadao Ando’s signature architectural works, the Church of the Light. The...
Helleborus Empathy hellebore, pink flowers with spots | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com
Helleborus Empathy hellebore, protogynous pink flowers with spots, winter blooming perennial for shade gardens
architect Tadao Ando 1975-1976 One of the earliest works of the self-taught architect Tadao Ando is the Azuma House in Sumiyoshi, where the house is split into a spaces devoted to daily life (composed of an austere geometry) by the insertion of an abstract space for the games of wind and light. His goal, he says, was to introduce a question on the inertia that has invaded human dwellings. Thanks to the Azuma House, Ando received an award from the Japan Association of Architecture in 1976…
Tadao Ando's Casa Monterrey nestles against a hillside in Monterrey
This house in Mexico by Japanese architect Tadao Ando boasts a swimming pool that projects from a hillside and concrete walls that frame mountain views.