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注文住宅/平屋/間取り図/コンパクト/部屋全体のインテリア実例 - 2017-11-09 23:07:27 | RoomClip(ルームクリップ)

注文住宅/平屋/間取り図/コンパクト/部屋全体のインテリア実例 - 2017-11-09 23:07:27 | RoomClip(ルームクリップ)

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Cocoon pendants for AstraZeneca measuring 2.1m tall and 2.9 in diameter. Together with the seating solution, they form the distinctive cocoon units that provide informal meeting places which facilitate and promote the exchange of knowledge and ideas between colleagues.  Interior design: SpaceInvader

Cocoon pendants for AstraZeneca measuring tall and in diameter. Together with the seating solution, they form the distinctive cocoon units that provide informal meeting places which facilitate and promote the exchange of knowledge and ideas betwe

Evolution of the airline logo (Although I can't vouch for the timelines...I've already noticed that Lufthansa is incorrect. A version of it did exist prior to WW2, all the way back to the late 1920s, but it was reorganized...as were most German companies). Either way it's an interesting poster

There are a lot of airlines out there, each with its own logo. How many of these logos would you recognize though? While you might be familiar with several logos (even for one company), the airline industry has a history … Continue reading →

vintagepromotions: Travel poster for Japan by Australia’s Qantas, in association with the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) and Tasman Empire Airways Limited (TEAL) (c. 1960). Artwork by Harry Rogers.

vintagepromotions: Travel poster for Japan by Australia’s Qantas, in association with the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) and Tasman Empire Airways Limited (TEAL) (c. Artwork by Harry Rogers.