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Chapel of the Jinting Bay / O-office Architects

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Land and Sea. Ancient China was geographically and politically centered on the mainland, the coastal areas were historically marginalized. These coastal areas, being far from the regime, gave rise to a more relaxed and diverse vernacular, and the geographical environment where land and water intersected brought about a greater sense of spontaneous and local senses. As time passes, with the expansion of the world’s maritime civilization, the coastal zone gradually became the point of communication between China and foreign cultures, further enriching the physical and non-physical cultural ecology of modern coastal settlements.

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Paint Colours to ’stay Away’ From in the Kitchen – ‘makes Them Feel Claustrophobic’

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Painting is just one way homeowners can add their own stamp onto a property. While the majority of this is down to personal taste, an interior design expert has shared the paint colours to “stay away” from in the kitchen.

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Painting Can Add ’25 Percent’ to Home’s Value – but One Colour Has ‘optimal Results’

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A property expert claimed a freshly painted home and a new kitchen can add potentially thousands to a property’s value.

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Design Tops the Urban Agenda in Valencia During the Month of September

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The World Design Street Festival, the first major retrospective of Jaime Hayon in Spain and the International Interior Design Forum stand out alongside Valencia Disseny Week and the Hábitat València Fair, the biggest in history coinciding with the World Design Capital Valencia 2022.

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